Press Release

Saving People Money: Governor Polis Takes Action to Provide Property Tax, Rent, Heat Rebate Relief for Coloradans

LAKEWOOD - Governor Polis and Lt. Governor Diane Primavera announced today that the Property Tax, Rent, Heat (PTC) Rebate is now available to Colorado residents based on income including people with disabilities and older adults to help with their property tax, rent, and/or heat expenses this winter and beyond. The rebate amount can be up to $976 a year for applicants.

Colorado Department of Revenue announces tax relief for Coloradans Impacted by Boulder County Fire

DENVER, Colo. - January 5, 2022 - The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) understands some taxpayers will be unable to meet Colorado filing and payment deadlines as a result of the recent Marshall Fire. CDOR is offering relief on state-collected taxes to Colorado taxpayers who have been affected by the Marshall Fire. The tax relief measures will mirror IRS measures in the same declared disaster area. 

Colorado Department of Revenue announces tax relief for tornado victims

DENVER, Colo. - January 3, 2022 - The Colorado Department of Revenue (CDOR) understands some taxpayers will be unable to meet Colorado filing and payment deadlines as a result of the recent tornadoes in Kentucky, Illinois and Tennessee. CDOR is offering relief on state-collected taxes to Colorado taxpayers who have been affected by the tornadoes in those three states, as well as other recent disasters where the IRS extended filing or payment relief.

Colorado Department of Revenue’s Geographic Information System (GIS) is now available on the myColorado™ mobile app

LAKEWOOD, August 9, 2021 — The Colorado Department of Revenue announced today that the Geographic Information System (GIS), built as part of the Sales and Use Tax System, is now available on the myColorado™ mobile app, the State of Colorado’s official mobile app™. The mobile GIS allows you to use your smartphone’s GPS location to help determine the sales tax rate at your location. 

Until now,  businesses and individuals could only look up the specific sales tax rate for an individual address or map location using a desktop or laptop.

Department of Revenue announces the Geographic Information System is online

LAKEWOOD, April 1, 2021 – The Colorado Department of Revenue notified retailers and sent notice to the Revisor of Statutes certifying that the Geographic Information System (GIS) is online and available for use. The GIS is part of the new Sales and Use Tax System (SUTS).

Colorado retailers are advised pursuant to sections 39-26-104(3)(c)(III)(B) and 39-26-105.2(2), C.R.S. that they must take the following actions by July 1, 2021: