The Larimer County Assessor’s Office has reviewed values and mailed this week over 24,000 Notice of Determinations [NOD] of property value in Larimer County.

From 24,000 property value protests received this year, over 67% saw an adjustment with the average adjustment for 2019 of 12%.

More than 8,300 used the new online value change map to view changes in property value.

Over half of the property value protests were filed online, 29% were received by mail, while just over 4,400 property owners visited the Office of the Assessor to discuss their protest in person.

Almost 200 property owners in southern Larimer County in 2019 took advantage of the Assessor’s Office Loveland Assistance Stations located at the Larimer County Loveland campus.

Larimer County property owners who disagree with the values on NOD have the right to file an appeal with the Larimer County Board of Equalization. The deadline to file is July 15, 2019.

Seniors may still apply for the Senior Homestead Exemption until July 15, 2019. Seniors might see a reduction as small as $600 in their property taxes. Over 1,730 homestead exemption applications have been submitted so far in 2019. For more information on the exemption, visit


Published on: 
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 - 12:11pm
Contact Details:

Bob Overbeck, Larimer County Assessor, [970] 498-7050,

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