Notification of Hearing
When filing online, the scheduled hearing will be confirmed by email to the address provided. This hearing will be a teleconference using Microsoft Teams and will be conducted remotely by a hearing officer experienced in property valuation. You will be able to connect to the hearing with either a computer or telephone.
Instructions to access the hearing will follow by a separate e-mail delivered at least five business days prior to the hearing. If you are unable to attend the hearing by phone or computer, do not file your appeal online. Please call 303-660-7302 with any CBOE questions.
Once a petitioner elects to receive email communications and an email address is provided all contact from Douglas County CBOE will be sent to the email provided. Unfortunately, servers or SPAM filters often block important messages or send them to your junk mail folder because they don’t recognize the sender. Once you provide an email address, please add the CBOE email [email protected] and the domain @douglas.co.us to your email address book or contact list. Please check your junk email or SPAM if you are expecting documents for the CBOE and have not yet received them.
About the Hearing
Hearings will be a teleconference using Microsoft Teams and will be conducted remotely by a hearing officer experienced in property valuation. You will be able to connect to the hearing with either a computer or telephone. The CBOE online application provides the means for the Petitioner and Assessor to provide information to the hearing officer and each other. All documents intended to be considered by the hearing officer must be submitted into the system, delivered in person, or received by regular mail at the Douglas County offices, within two business days of the scheduled hearing. Copies of the Assessor’s documentation will also be submitted online and can be downloaded by the Petitioner no less than two days prior to the hearing. An email will be sent once the Assessor’s Report has been uploaded to the Petitioner’s appeal.
County Board of Equalization’s Determination
The CBOE must conclude its hearings and render decisions by August 5, 2022, per Section 39-8-107(2) C.R.S. No later than August 5, 2022, determination letters will be mailed and emailed to property owners advising them of the outcome of their appeal(s).
Board of Equalization Administration
The Clerk to the Board of Equalization oversees the CBOE appeals. It is the clerk’s responsibility to:
Our goal is for you, the taxpayer, to have full access to the appeal system.