Colorado Association of REALTORS | Denver to Waive Property Tax Late Interest Through April 20
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Denver to Waive Property Tax Late Interest Through April 20

Mar 30 2020

Denver to Waive Property Tax Late Interest Through April 20

On March 26, 2020, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced he had instructed the Denver Department of Finance to waive interest on late property tax installment payments. The waiver takes effect immediately.

“We know all too well the impact COVID-19 is having on our families and businesses, so I am taking full advantage of this opportunity to provide a little more relief for them during this time,” Mayor Hancock said. “The city is committed to working with our partners to continue to support our community and prepare for our recovery from this public health emergency.”

According to the Mayor’s news release:

All Colorado property owners have two options to pay their property taxes:

  • Pay in full by April 30, 2020
  • Pay in two installments, the first half by February 29, 2020 and the second half by June 15, 2020

Read the entire news release.

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