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The Mesa County Assessor’s Office will conclude the 2023 reappraisal and mail Notices of Value (NOV) to all taxpayers on May 1, 2023. The NOV will reflect sales, other data, and analyses from 2021 and the first half of 2022. Most taxpayers will see an increase in Actual Value due to the historic run-up in the real estate market during this period. Taxpayers are encouraged to study their NOV carefully as tax bills will be based on this Actual Value next January.

As taxpayers review their NOV, they should determine whether the property could have sold for the Actual Value listed as of June 30, 2022. If taxpayers discover an error or feel that the Assessor's Office has valued the property too high, they can file a protest. 

The Assessor will begin to hear objections and protests to the valuation of real property starting no later than May 1, 2023, in compliance with Colorado law (39-5-122(1) (C.R.S.)). Protests must be delivered or postmarked by the end of business on June 8 for real property and by June 30 for taxable personal property.

Taxpayers can file protests in person at the Assessor's Office at the old County Courthouse Annex, 544 Rood Avenue, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

They can also file protests by phone at (970) 244-1720, FAX at (970) 244-1970, or online.

To ensure prompt attention, taxpayers are encouraged to make an appointment by calling (970) 244-1720 beginning May 1.

The Assessor's Office is committed to ensuring fair and accurate property valuations. 

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