Assessor/Property Records

Anne Schafer, Assessor Anne Schafer, Assessor

Gilpin County Office of the Assessor
Phone: 303-582-5451 Fax: 303-565-1798
203 Eureka Street P.O. Box 338
Central City, CO 80427 

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Abstract Of Assessment
Address Change Form
Assessment Rates
FAQ & Other Helpful Information
GIS Maps
Mill Levies
Protest Process
Real Property Transfer Declaration (TD-1000)
Senior and Veteran Exemptions
Personal Property Information
What happens if? ...Fire

Camilla Herod , Appraiser I
Cindy Johnson, Property Transfer Clerk 
Mary Coan, Office Assistant
Dave Kurronen, Chief Appraiser

The assessment process plays an important role in local government. Equitable assessments assure property owners that they are paying their fair share of the costs of operating schools, providing police and fire protection, road construction and maintenance, water, sanitation, and other necessary services.

The Assessor does not set taxes. The values determined by the Assessor are assessments. This office is audited annually by the General Assembly and is governed by state law. While we make every effort to reduce errors in any endeavor they occasionally occur. If you have questions about any assessment matter, please contact us.

The Assessor's Office is not able to give legal advice. We suggest you contact a lawyer, title company, or realtor for information on transferring and changing title on property and how forms should be completed.

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