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Bill Detail: HB21-1308

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Title Property Tax Administrative Procedures
Status House Committee on Transportation & Local Government Postpone Indefinitely (05/19/2021)
Bill Subjects
  • Fiscal Policy & Taxes
  • Local Government
House Sponsors M. Gray (D)
C. Larson (R)
Senate Sponsors K. Priola (R)
D. Moreno (D)
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee
Date Introduced 05/07/2021
Summary

The property tax administrator is required by law to prepare and
publish manuals, appraisal procedures, instructions, and guidelines
(property tax materials) concerning the administration of the property tax.
Beginning January 1, 2022, section 1 of the bill requires the administrator
to conduct a public hearing on a proposed change to the property tax
materials prior to submitting the proposed change to the advisory
committee to the property tax administrator (advisory committee). The
administrator must publish notice of the hearing and mail notice to those
people who so request. At the hearing, interested persons may submit
information and the administrator is required to consider these
submissions. Any interested person may also petition the administrator for
the issuance, amendment, or repeal of any property tax material.
At least 2 weeks prior to the advisory committee reviewing a
proposed change to the property tax materials, section 2 requires the
property tax administrator to publish notice about the proposed change.
Under current law, an assessor may, with the permission of the
board of county commissioners, include an estimate of property taxes
owed in a notice of valuation. Section 3 requires an assessor to include
this estimate and allows the assessor to include a range of values.
If in the consideration of a protest an assessor finds that he or she
made a systematic error and the valuations of other similar properties are
incorrect, section 4 requires the assessor to correct the error for the other
similar properties.
Sections 4 through 9 extend all deadlines related to protests of the
valuation of real or personal property and for appeals to the county board
of equalization to the same day of the following month. The deadline for
a county assessor to report the total valuation for assessment of land and
improvements within a county is likewise delayed.

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