Jackson County Treasurer and Public Trustee: Letitia D. “Tish” Willcox
Office Phone: (970)723-4220 Fax: (970)723-4233
Physical Address: Jackson County Courthouse, 396 LaFever Street, Walden CO 80480
Mailing Address: PO Box 458, Walden CO 80480
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (closed for lunch Noon – 1 pm)
Please note that this is a small office, with only one full-time and one part-time individual.
We work very hard to be responsive to requests for information, but ask that you understand that conflicting demands on our time can make immediate action difficult.
Property Tax Functions
***** ANNOUNCING UPCOMING CHANGES *****
Due to a series of setbacks — some related to COVID restrictions and changes in delinquent dates, others related to our difficult, ongoing conversion to a new property tax software package – the Jackson County Treasurer still does not have a robust web-based program, with online credit or debit card processing, easy online look-ups, etc.
We are sorry for any disappointment this causes many of our taxpayers, real estate professionals, potential tax lien investors, but we are also hopeful that we will eventually be able to overcome our internet shortcomings, and be able to serve you better. Meanwhile, we are keeping the candy dish stocked …
Please continue to watch this space for updates as we move Jackson County forward to a new period of transparency and convenience. Some of the procedures detailed below may change after the transition, and eventually much of this information will be available on our new web portal.
Paid or unpaid, delinquent, total amount(s) due, outstanding special assessments, etc.
Inquiries by phone (970)723-4220, e-mail or in person ONLY
Certification of Taxes Due (aka “Tax Cert”)
Request by e-mail
or by phone (970)723-4220
Cost is $10 – must make arrangements for payment
Scanned (.pdf) Tax Cert provided via e-mail
Checks payable to “Jackson County Treasurer” may be mailed to:
PO Box 458, Walden CO 80480
Online payments may be submitted at the following website:
We do not currently have this capability. When & if we do,
you will need to have your Account ID number(s) available
All major Credit Cards & e-check accepted. An additional fee will be applied.
Tax Lien Sale (Delinquent Collections)
Sale for Tax Year 2020 Scheduled for November 10, 2021, 10:00 am
at the Jackson County Treasurer’s office, Jackson County Courthouse, 396 LaFever Street, Walden CO 80480
Download or view the list of properties to be included as of November 4, 2021: TAXLIEN_LIST_110421
Please be aware that any property on this list may be removed from the sale at any time, for a variety of reasons, up until the time of the sale. The list as it appears on this website will be updated weekly, on Thursdays, to recognize any such changes.
If unable to download the list here, you may request a copy of the list via email
or review Newspaper publication in The Jackson County Star (970)723-4404
For specific information about the sale — how the auction is conducted, bidding rules, etc. — and a Buyer Registration Form, download the Buyer’s Information packet here: TLS21_buyer_reg_pack also a W-9 W9_form
General Information on the Colorado Property Tax Lien Process
General Information – Colorado Tax Lien Process
Public Trustee Functions
FYI: Most Colorado home foreclosures are handled by the lender through the Public Trustee of the county where the property is located, following Colorado statutes governing the process.
Jackson County Public Trustee Foreclosure Sale General Information — Statement of County Policies governing the conduct of Foreclosure Auction, bidding rules, the payment process, and so on:
Please review the above “Foreclosure Sale Policies” for details on how to participate in a foreclosure sale as a bidder.
Details on currently active Foreclosures in Jackson County are posted below. Watch this area for updates and additional documents as they are available:
There is currently one active Foreclosure action in Jackson County. Here are the details about Foreclosure #F2021-01
Request for Release of Deed of Trust
Accepted by mail, in person, or Simplifile e-recording system ONLY
Must be on properly completed form
Forms & instructions available on the Colorado County Treasurer’s Association website