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. Most records maintained by the Assessor’s Office are public. We encourage anyone looking for property information to contact us directly. A Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) request is usually not necessary and may delay the delivery of information and increase cost.

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Mark Flutcher



(719) 520-6600 Telephone

(719) 520-6635 Fax


Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Office Closed Legal Holidays


Citizens Service Center

1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 2300

Colorado Springs, CO 80907

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Parcel Search

Search for properties in El Paso County and see detailed tax information

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Community Overview

Research property and tax data for the County as a whole

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Parcel & Sale Data

View property data collected by the Assessor’s Office

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Residential Property

Learn how residential properties are assessed for taxable value

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Personal Property

Learn how personal property affects your property value and taxation

Popular Pages

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Abstract of Assessment & Understanding Your Value

Understand the specifics of your tax assessment

Commercial Real Estate & Possessory Interest

Learn more about your multi-family residential, commercial, and industrial property assessments

Agricultural & Vacant Land

Learn more about vacant, improved, or agricultural land property assessments

Veterans with a Disability Exemption

Since 2006, many veterans are exempted a large portion of actual value on property taxes. Learn more about how these benefits work here

Appeals, Notice of Value & Re-Appraisal

Learn about how the Re-Appraisal, Notice of Value, and Appeals processes work


Access various forms related to your property value or other Assessor’s office services

Archived Information

View historical information from the Assessor’s Office

GIS Legal Descriptions & Parcel Numbering

Learn more about legal land descriptions, parcel numbers, and our GIS team

Assessment Calendar & Glossary of Terms

See important dates regarding property values, taxes, ad other Assessor’s Office functions

Senior Property Tax Exemption

Since 2000, many seniors are exempted a large portion of actual value on property taxes. Learn more about how these benefits work here

Charitable & Religious Property Tax Exemptions

Learn more about the exemptions and benefits for charitable and religious properties

Tax Entity Maps

Access maps for a variety of local tax entities, including metropolitan districts, school districts, and others


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