The Treasurer's Office is responsible for mailing property tax notices, collecting and distributing property tax collections to taxing entities such as:
- Fire departments
- Library districts
- Special districts
The Treasurer's Office is also responsible for receiving and receipting all money due the County from the various County departments, which includes keeping accurate and detailed records of all monies received or disbursed. As the custodian of County funds, the Treasurer invests with the objectives of legality, safety, liquidity and yield in mind. To enforce collection of all delinquent taxes accomplished through the annual tax sale, distraints and fieldwork.
Look what’s new: Tax Sale Investor Portal. Please contact the Treasurer’s office at (303) 621-3118 or (303) 621-3120 main number for user setup and begin using this service immediately. Once setup is complete, click HERE to enter the portal.
We are always here to assist you by phone or email. Additional services provided by the Treasurer's Office include:
- Drive through
- Drop box
- Online services
For assistance please contact us by phone or email.
We encourage you to continue to use these avenues of payment and/or communication to cut down on public traffic in our building; however, we are open to the public.
If you own property in Elbert County and you do not receive a property tax notice, please call our office as soon as possible (303) 621-3120. Failure to receive a notice does not invalidate property owner’s responsibility of paying taxes on time.
Important due dates:
1st Half Payment - February 28 current year
2nd Half Payment - June 15 current year
Full Payment – April 30 current year
If the due date falls on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday, legal holiday or any day our office is closed, your payment shall be deemed timely received if received and/or postmarked on the next regular business day. Postmarks are accepted for current year taxes only. Delinquent taxes must be paid with certified funds and in our office the last working day of the month for valid interest amounts.
Important note: We would like to encourage all property owners to pay taxes online if possible. This will cut down on traffic in the Samuel Elbert Building, but mostly paying online ensures your payment is timely received and does not get lost in the mail. If needs be, you may also drop your payment in the drop box on the east side of the building. Current year property taxes paid on line at www.elbertcounty-co.gov. Click the radio button Pay Taxes Online.
The Elbert County Treasurer is required by law to send the tax notice to the owner of record. If your mortgage company pays your taxes, you will need to forward a copy of your bill to them to ensure accurate payment information. We do not automatically send them a copy.
Please check the back of your property tax notice for other important information.