Adams County offices are closed through April 30. Human Services, Animal Shelter, and Colorado Air and Space Port will provide essential services. Sheriff, District Attorney, Coroner, and Justice Center will remain open until further notice.
Adams County is now under the state-issued Stay-at-Home Public Health Order, in effect through April 26. Need COVID-19 resources? Visit


Important Information Regarding Property Tax Payments

On 04/06/2020, Governor Polis granted further authority to the County Treasurers to waive interest on the first half real property tax payment (which was due 03/02/2020), so long as the taxpayer pays that first half on or before 04/30/2020.  (A prior Executive Order granted authority to the Treasurer to waive interest through 04/20/2020).  The language of the current Executive Order follows (and a hyperlink to the full Executive Order is here):

Excerpt from Governor Polis’ 04/06/2020 Order:

2. Replace Paragraph II.I (of the 03/21/2020 Executive Order) with the following:

I authorize the County Treasurers of the State of Colorado to take action to suspend or waive delinquent interest through April 30, 2020 that may accrue pursuant to the provisions of C.R.S. § 39-10-104.5 as a result of delinquent tax payments.  I further authorize county treasurers to accept multiple payments from any taxpayer ahead of payment deadlines and encourage any taxpayer to make second-installment payments ahead of the June 15 deadline established in C.R.S. § 39-10-104.5(2). Any action by a Treasurer to waive delinquent interest shall be made with advance notice to any entity that imposes a mill levy within the county and shall be made available on the Treasurer’s website, electronic mail, or automated messages. This Executive Order does not authorize County Treasurers to waive delinquent interest pursuant to the provisions of C.R.S. § 39-10-104.5 that accrues after April 30, 2020.
(Emphasis in bold is added here by the Treasurer).

We are working

Many people have called assuming we’re not working, because our building is closed.  We are working, and all payments are being processed each day that we receive them from the USPS.  Please pay with a check by mailing it (with your coupon, if possible), or go to to pay online, or you can drop it off at the building in our drop box or the ballot boxes listed on this site.  We are working to keep Adams County operating smoothly through this pandemic.  Thank you!

Important Notice

To ensure public and employee safety, many Adams County offices are closed through at least Sunday, April 19.

Residents and businesses in Adams County may pay their property taxes to the Treasurer’s Office in many ways:

  1. Online at
  2. Over the phone – 720.523.6160, #2
  3. Hand-deliver to a 24-hour voting ballot box at one of these locations:
    • Adams County Government Center – 4430 S. Adams County Pkwy., Brighton
    • Aurora Motor Vehicle – 3449 N. Chambers Rd., Aurora
    • Commerce City Sheriff’s Substation – 4201 E. 72nd Ave., Commerce City
    • Adams County Human Services Center – 11860 Pecos St., Westminster
    • Westminster Motor Vehicle – 8452 N. Federal Blvd., Westminster
    • Strasburg Sheriff’s Substation – 2550 Strasburg Rd., Strasburg

Governor Jared Polis issued Executive Order D 2020 012 that limits evictions, foreclosures, and public utility disconnections for Coloradans affected by COVID-19. 

The Tri-County Health Department has issued a stay-at-home order that goes into effect Thursday, March 26. Read the full order here



2019 Real and Personal Property Tax Bills are in the mail.  If you want a copy now visit to print a bill or a Statement of Taxes Due free of charge.


Click here to make a tax payment online, view your parcel details, obtain current and prior year payment history and receipts, and view or print your current year tax statement.


Property taxes are collected one year in arrears. In 2018 the Treasurer's Office will collect the 2017 taxes for a total value over $700 million on approximately 180,000 tax bills.

By June 30th each year, the Treasurer's Office collects about 95% of all taxes billed. By December 31st, 99.9% of all taxes will be collected.

IMPORTANT:  The Assessor maintains the mailing addresses for tax statement notifications. Click here to print the form.  When completed, mail the form to:

Adams County Assessor’s Office
4430 South Adams County Parkway
2nd Floor, Suite C2100
Brighton, CO 80601

Once updated, the Assessor’s file rolls to the Treasurer’s system, therefore notification to the Treasurer’s office is not necessary. 


Please contact the Treasury by email at or by phone at 720.523.6160 with any comments, questions, or suggestions so that we can better serve you.  Thank you!

Lisa L. Culpepper, J.D.
4430 S. Adams County Pkwy.
Suite C2436
Brighton, CO 80601
Ph: 720.523.6160
Fx: 720.523.6175

Monday - Friday
7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(Excluding holidays)