The Assessor is responsible for discovering, listing, classifying, and valuing all property in the county in accordance with state laws. It is the Assessor’s duty to determine the actual and taxable value of property.
(719) 520-6600 Telephone
(719) 520-6635 Fax
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Office Closed Legal Holidays
Citizens Service Center
1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 2300
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Search for properties in El Paso County and see detailed tax information
Research property and tax data for the County as a whole
View property data collected by the Assessor’s Office
Learn how residential properties are assessed for taxable value
Learn how personal property affects your property value and taxation
Effective November 20, 2023, the CO General Assembly passed SB23B-001, in a special session concerning a reduction in residential property taxes payable in 2024. Contact our office for assistance estimating the 2023 property taxes with the new reduction.
- Residential property will receive a $55,000 reduction in actual value prior to calculating the assessed value
- The residential assessment rate will be 6.7%
Property taxes are expected to rise sharply in Colorado next year, with mountain resort areas, like Steamboat Springs, expected to see some of the biggest hits based on higher home values during the pandemic. Read the latest articles to learn more.
Commercial Property Surveys
Surveys help our office develop fair and equitable property values for El Paso County commercial properties. This data will provide a more current and up to date view of our commercial real estate market. The completion of this survey helps us determine what economic impacts are taking place. Information obtained in this survey is strictly confidential and will remain in our office.
El Paso County Parcel Search
A MESSAGE FROM THE ASSESSOR
“Our mission is to meet or exceed the statutory requirements, rules, and regulations of the State of Colorado in the administration of El Paso County’s property assessment and mapping system that is accurate, fair, and equitable to the citizens and to serve our customers in a courteous and efficient manner that fosters mutual respect and understanding.”
Would you like to know more about our community? Here you can find the Assessment, Sales, Census, and Permits numbers as well as an Area Overview and Satellite Maps of El Paso County.
n 2006, Colorado voters approved Referendum #E, amending Section 3.5 of Article X of the Colorado Constitution.
The amendment and subsequent legislation expanded the Senior Property Tax Exemption, to include “qualifying disabled veterans.”