Tax administration and procedure -- Jefferson County (Colo.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Scope and Contents Abstracts of the yearly assessment of the county as compiled by the Jefferson County, Colorado Assessor. Early abstracts list number and valuation of acres of land and improvements; town and city lots; animals; musical instruments; clocks, watches and jewelry; carriages and vehicles; and other personal property for the total valuation of the county. Also included are valuations placed on miles of railroad, telegraph and telephone lines, and other property by the Colorado Tax Commission. The...
Found in: Jefferson County Archives
Scope and Contents Mill levy documentation for the various taxing districts in Jefferson County. The Assessor establishes the value of all property for tax purposes and taxing authorities use the assessed value to determine their mill levies. A mill levy is the number of dollars collectible for each $1,000 of assessed valuation. A mill is 1/10 of one cent, or $1 of revenue for each $1,000 of assessed valuation. State taxes were levied by the State Board of Equalization. County taxes are set by the Board of...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1872-1970