Tax assessment -- Jefferson County (Colo.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstracts of Assessment, 1869-2019
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...
Archives, Various Tax and Assessment Records
Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Dates: Record Keeping: Circa 1959; Record Keeping: Circa 1970
Assessment Rolls and Tax Lists, 1866-1948
Scope and Contents Assessment rolls and tax lists generally indicate a property owner's name, legal description of land or town lot owned, assessed value of the land, assessed value of improvements on the land (but no indication of what the improvements were), total tax assessed and the amount of taxes apportioned to state, county, town and school district. Books for later years list tax levy and revenue information.The assessment rolls dated 1871-1893 show the number and assessed value of personal...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1866-1948
Assessor, Various Records
Unprocessed Material — Volume 1-2
Dates: circa 1890-1954
Assessor's Index Books, 1910-1987
A tract index summarizing real property transactions and referencing the book and page numbers where the documents were recorded.
Dates: Record Keeping: Approximately 1910-1987
Clerk and Recorder, Various Records
Property Ownership Books, 1905-1954
Scope and Contents Bound volumes showing ownership of subdivided land (called "Block Books") and ownership of unsubdivided land (called "Land Books") in Jefferson County, Colorado for various years. Block Books (1909-1919) indicate assessed value of land, assessed value of improvements, and schedule number of the owner. The schedule number begins with the first letter of the owner's last name and can be looked up in the Assessment Rolls and Tax Lists for the same year to determine the name of the...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1905-1954 (Gaps)
Treasurer, Various Records