Treasurer & Public Trustee
About the County Treasurer
The county treasurer is responsible for mailing property tax statements, collecting property taxes, and disbursing the taxes to the individual taxing authorities (schools, cities / towns, special districts, etc.). The treasurer's office receives all monies sent to Clear Creek County and maintains a proper accounting of all money, disbursements, and investments of the county.
Article XIV, Sec. 8 of the Constitution of the State of Colorado is the authority by which the treasurer operates. Activities of the office are directed by the Legislature of the State of Colorado by statute.
The Treasurer is an elected official serving a four-year term.
You are able to check tax amounts, print a tax notice or tax receipt online. Tax payments may be made online by credit card which has a convenience fee or by an e-check. Please know your account number and the EXACT AMOUNT DUE.
IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR PROPERTY TAX NOTICE FOR 2019 PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE. WE MAY NOT HAVE YOUR CORRECT MAILING ADDRESS.
Tax Lien Payments and Endorsements may not be made online. Call 303-679-2353.
PLEASE BE ADVISED there will be a fee of $20 for collection of any Check, Draft or Order not paid on presentment. C.R.S. 13-21-109
Clear Creek County Treasurer’s Office will continue to be open to the public, during June 2020 from 10am until 2pm M-F pending re-evaluation of the risk to the public and to our employees.These limited essential adjustments to county services and public access will now be in place until June 30, 2020. The safest and best way to contact our office is by email.
Carol Lee, Clear Creek County Treasurer