C.R.S. Section 37-23-107
Special assessments

  • apportionment


The board of directors, on or before July 1 in each year, shall determine the amount of money required to meet the current expenses of the coming year, including cost of construction, maintenance, operating and ordinary expenses, deficiency in the payment of expenses already incurred, bond interest unpaid, the amount of bonded indebtedness, and the principal or interest which will fall due during said coming year, and by resolutions shall order such amount of money to be raised by special assessment upon the lands of the district, as may be necessary to raise the sum of money so determined. Such amount shall be apportioned among the several tracts in the name of the owner when known according to acreage of each and its figure of this classification on the graduated scale, so that each tract may bear its equal burden in proportion to benefits.


The board shall make out a special assessment roll, designated in this article as “tax list”, setting down in separate columns the owners’ names when known, and when unknown stating “unknown”, a description of the land, the number denoting the classification, and the tax: That for current expenses and that for bonded indebtedness and interest thereon shall be in separate columns. When completed the list shall be filed with the secretary of the district.


The tax list may be substantially as follows:
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT TAX LIST OF--(here insert name of district).
NAME of LandClassificationExpensesand InterestRemarks
on Scale

Source: Section 37-23-107 — Special assessments - apportionment, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-37.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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§ 37-23-107’s source at colorado​.gov