Due to a higher than normal volume of applications received, our office will NOT be able to answer any confirmation inquiries. Our office will send out a letter either by email or the post office once your application has been processed. The current processing time for applications is four to six weeks.
If you have not received a result letter from our office by July 2, please contact our office.
Qualifying Disabled Veteran and Gold Star Spouse Property Tax FAQ
Gold Star Spouse Application and Instructions 2023.pdf
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION APPLICATION FOR QUALIFYING DISABLED VETERANS 2023.pdf
Disabled Veteran Form Instructions 2023.pdf
Property Tax Exemption for the Surviving Spouse of a Previously Qualified Disabled Veteran Application
Property Tax Exemption for Qualifying Disabled Veterans and Gold Star Spouses
Qualified Disabled Veterans and Gold Star Spouses can receive 50% of the first 200,000 value of their home value exempted from their property tax. This exemption is for primary residences owned and occupied since 1 January of the year in which the Veteran or Gold Star Spouse is applying.
Qualifying Disabled Veteran applicants must have an honorable discharge and established a service-connected disability that has been rated by the United States Department of Homeland Security, or the Department of the Army, Navy or Air Force. Individuals being compensated at 100% rate due to individual unemployability do not qualify for this exemption.
Gold Star Spouse applicants must be a surviving spouse of a United States Armed Forces service member who died in the line of duty and the spouse received a death gratuity from the Department of Defense, or a surviving spouse of a veteran whose death resulted from a service-related injury or disease as determined by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and who is receiving dependency indemnity compensation awarded by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
Applications will be accepted between January 1, 2023, through July 1, 2023. Applications may be submitted in person or mailed to 155 Van Gordon Street, Suite 201, Lakewood, CO 80228, or via fax at 303-914-5414.
The Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs will review applications received to validate applicant eligibility in accordance with Title 39 of the Colorado Revised Statutes and forwarded verified applications to the respective county tax assessor for further processing.