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Littleton, CO – Arapahoe County residents should have received their 2018 property tax statements in the mail this week.
“The Arapahoe County Treasurer’s Office serves as the single point of property tax collection for more than 400 different taxing districts throughout the county,” said Treasurer Sue Sandstrom. “Arapahoe County keeps a small fraction of what we collect; the remaining funds from property taxes go to school districts, fire protection, sewer and water services, and municipalities.”
If residents are paying taxes in one payment, the full amount is due April 30, 2019. If residents are paying taxes in two half payments, the first payment is due February 28, 2019, with the second half due June 17, 2019. The Treasurer’s Office accepts check, cash, credit and debit card payments, although some electronic servicing fees may apply.
There are a variety of payment locations for residents:
Homeowners who recently paid off a mortgage should contact the Treasurer’s Office as soon as possible to ensure they begin receiving tax statements.
Property owners ages 65 or older who have lived in their home for 10 or more years as well as fully disabled veterans may qualify for a property tax exemption. Active military members of the National Guard or Reserves as well as adults age 65 or older also may qualify for a tax deferral.
For more information, visit www.arapahoegov.com/treasurer or call 303-795-4550.