Property owners may appeal the Assessor’s office Notice of Determination concerning the value of their property for the current year to the BOE. The BOE determines the value of property in Boulder County, when there is a question or dispute that is not resolved with an appeal at the Assessor level, by holding hearings during September and October.
- A property owner must have appealed at the Assessor level and received a Notice of Determination in order to proceed with an appeal to the BOE.
- The Assessor’s office will mail Notices of Determination (NOD) out on August 15, 2021. A property owner may appeal to the BOE as soon as they receive their NOD through the deadline of Wednesday, September 15, 2021.
How do I file an appeal?
- File online with the account number and access pin located on the Notice of Determination.
- You may upload evidence with your online petition. *See guidelines below.
- If you have any problems with the online petition, email email@example.com.
- Appealing online allows you the option to choose from available dates and times to schedule your hearing.
- On your Notice of Determination, complete all information requested and sign the form.
- Attach any additional evidence to support your petition for appeal. *See guidelines below.
The BOE is not affiliated with the Assessor’s office. Evidence you submitted to the Assessor’s Office for appeal will not be provided to the BOE.
- Attach a signed Letter of Agency, if required. This letter is required if:
- An agent is submitting the petition on your behalf and will represent you at the hearing, -OR-
- You do not plan to attend your hearing but will be represented by someone who is not an attorney at law licensed in the State of Colorado.
- Keep a copy of your petition for your records.
- Submit either by USPS certified mail or hand delivery to the Boulder locations below.
- The Appeals Coordinator will schedule the date and time of your hearing.