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September 15, 2021

Home value appeals process affected by mailing error


Boulder County, Colo. - Boulder County has learned that about 300 property owners appealing home values did not receive their required Notice of Determination (NOD) sent to homeowners in August. This is a small number of the approximately 8,000 property owners who appealed property values and was a result of an issue with a third-party vendor responsible for mailing out the Notice of Determinations. Notice of Determinations are the response to a property owner’s first level of appeal and are an important piece of information property owners need in determining if they should move forward in the appeals process.

If you are a property owner who filed an appeal with the Assessor’s Office, and did not receive a Notice of Determination , please contact us at assessor@bouldercounty.org or 303-441-3530 by Sept. 22, 2021. Only property owners who appealed who did not receive the NODs need to contact the Assessor's Office. Copies of Notices of Determination can be picked up at the Assessor’s Office, emailed, or mailed to property owners.The Assessor’s Office is open Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 5 pm. Once you receive your NOD, The Assessor’s Office will work with you to ensure you have the opportunity to further your appeal if you disagree with the Notice of Determination.

“While it is only a small number of property owners that are impacted, we’re committed to ensuring every property owner has the information and support needed in the Board of Equalization process, and we want to make sure we reach all 300 property owners that were impacted by this error,” said Cynthia Braddock, Boulder County Assessor.

For more information, contact assessor@bouldercounty.org, or 303-441-3530.