The Assessor's Office is responsible for identifying, classifying, and valuing all real and personal property in Grand County according to statutory provisions. The equitable assessment of property ensures a fair tax distribution relative to the value of similar properties.
2023 Notices of Valuation were mailed to every Grand County property owner on May 1.
- Home values in Grand County followed state and national trends, and rose significantly in 2021 and 2022.
- Property is valued as of an appraisal date, which for this period, was June 30, 2022. (The study period was July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2022.)
- By State statute, the Assessor cannot consider any market data from after June 30, 2022 for the 2023 valuation.
Click here (or on the image at right) to learn more about the 2023 valuation, important dates and how to appeal your valuation.
NOTE: The COMPER comparable sales tool won't reflect 2023 values until May 1.
Both the Grand County Assessor's Office and the Treasurer's Office participate in the eNotice online program. Simply go to https://enoticesonline.com/ to log into the eNotice website. This program allows a property owner to receive their tax and valuation notices via email instead of by regular mail. As an added benefit, the website will have a repository of all the notices sent this way for future access by the property owner. Each owner that signs up will have a separate and distinct account. This is a convenient way to receive notices and have easy access to those notices at any time, day or night.
Changing a Physical (situs) Address
The process to change a physical (situs) address for a property is to submit a written or email request to either the GIS or Assessor's Office, preferably from the owner of the property. Governmental or emergency service agencies may verbally request a change, in which case the property owner will be notified by mail at the mailing address we have on file.