Property Tax Revenue Limit Calculations

The calculations shown on form DLG53 are intended to assist local governments in calculating the statutory property tax revenue limitation. This information is subject to change when County Assessors recertify the values for a taxing entity per C.R.S. 39-1-111(5). Please see our county page for links to county web sites.

The statutory "5.5%" Property Tax Revenue Limit, also known as the "Annual Levy Law" (Section 29-1-301, et seq., C.R.S.), applies to most statutory local governments that levy for property taxes. It does not apply to home-rule municipalities.

For subject governments, the "5.5%" limit restricts the amount of property tax revenue that may be collected each year. The local government's limit is calculated by using information found on the Certification of Valuation (CV) sent by the county assessor by August 25 of each year. A final CV may be sent by December 10th for valuation information that the assessor may have changed.

  • For more mill levy and property valuation information please see the Division of Property Taxation's Annual Report.

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