Logan County Treasurer
Patricia "Patty" Bartlett, Logan County Treasurer
Logan County Courthouse
315 Main Street
Sterling, CO 80751
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F Closed legal holidays
The main functions of the County Treasurer’s Office are to collect taxes and disburse them to the appropriate taxing districts and to maintain and invest the County’s financial resources. As the custodian of County funds, the Treasurer invests with the objectives of legality, safety, liquidity and yield in mind. To enforce collection of all delinquent taxes accomplished through the annual tax sale, distraints and fieldwork by office staff.
Property Tax Payment Dates
Property taxes are due January 1st for the previous year. Payment may be paid in two equal installments or in one full installment.
Half Payment Option Deadlines
First Half: February 28, 2017
Second Half: June 15, 2017
Full Payment Option Deadline
April 30, 2017
Only half or full payments will be accepted. Partial payments are not accepted.
When the tax amount is twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or less, the half-payment does not apply, therefore a single payment must be received by April 30. Payments bearing U.S. postmarks reflective of these dates are acceptable.
If your payment is postmarked after the deadline date, delinquent interest is added to the tax amount according to the following chart:
|Month Paid||February 28
|November (prior to tax sale)||9%||6%||7%|
Tax Lien Sale Date: Thursday, November 9, 2017.
Our Tax Lien Sale will be held Thursday, November 9, 2017, in the Commissioners Meeting Room, 315 Main Street, Sterling, Colorado. Please stop and register for the sale in the Treasurer's Office prior to 10:00 a.m. Please click on the the following links for the delinquent tax lien lists:
Convenient Drive-up Drop Box located in Courthouse parking lot.
A convenient drive-up drop box is located in the parking lot entrance to the Courthouse off of Ash Street on the east end of the parking lot. The drop box can be used for voted ballots, motor vehicle renewals, tax payments and any other county business after hours or during business hours for convenience.
The box will be open 24 hours unless there is a deadline for taxes or after 7 p.m. on election night. The box will be checked once a day at times other than election time when ballots are mailed out. During elections it will be checked multiple times a day. The box should hold between 750 to 1000 ballots. The box is under 24 hour surveillance. It is a felony to break open or tamper with the box. It is illegal to drop off more than ten ballots in the box for any election.
If there is a problem with the drop box, contact information is on the side of the box.