In 2024, Jefferson County property taxpayers should expect to see their property tax bills a bit later than in most years. Tax bills will be mailed on Friday, Feb. 16. If you don't want to wait for your tax bill in the mail, you can view and pay your property tax bill online. Per Jefferson County Treasurer Jerry DiTullio, the Colorado Legislature recently passed a bill to provide property tax relief that will impact the timing of property tax bills being mailed. A two-week delay in certification of county tax rolls will cause property tax bills to be mailed later than in most years. The delay is to give taxing authorities sufficient time to certify their mill levies and to give county assessors more time to gather data. Please note that these changes do not alter the first-half payment due date for property taxes. The due date will remain February 29, 2024, which is a Leap Year. The decision made by the Colorado Legislature to not alter the payment deadline was to ensure that special districts like fire departments, schools, health departments, and hospitals, as well as other public entities have the revenue to continue to operate.Once the tax roll process is complete, property owners will be notified by mail from the Jefferson County Treasurer what the 2023 payable 2024 taxes will be. This information will also be available on the Jefferson County Treasurer webpage.Questions? Please call the Jefferson County Treasurer’s Office at 303-271-8330.