Jefferson County, Colorado
Moving Forward Together!
In the private sector, businesses must protect their customer base. In the public sector, government must protect its taxpayer base. In both scenarios, the base is PEOPLE. As your Jefferson County Treasurer, I have always, and will always, protect and support our County tax base, YOU – the taxpayer.
As you know, I was elected Jefferson County Treasurer in the November 2018 election, and re-elected in the November 2022 election. Since taking office, my staff and I have been making great strides in improving several areas of the JeffCo Treasurer’s Office. Due to the 2020-22 pandemic, it has taken resiliency to assist JeffCo taxpayers and to keep our County and special districts funded to provide vital services. The virus has affected taxpayers physically, mentally, and financially. Many citizens have lost their jobs, their businesses and/or have been furloughed causing a financial strain on personal budgets. Thanks to House Bill 20-1421 and Senate Bill 21-279, which I supported and testified on, my department and I worked with taxpayers in 2020 and 2021 on waiving interest on late payments and accepting payment plans on property taxes for residential and commercial properties.
We made every effort to assist property owners in paying their property taxes in JeffCo. In 2020, my department distributed CARES Act Funds and other COVID grants to local businesses and non-profits based on the criteria from the federal government and the Jefferson County Commissioners. I will continue to support and work with taxpayers and our special districts in 2022 and beyond. We are all in this together. Let’s do our best to protect each other and each other’s mental and financial health in 2022 – shop local and live local.
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I have reduced the Treasurer’s Office expenses by $107,000 in 2020 and by $100,000 in 2021. Beginning in 2020, to save taxpayer dollars on mailings (and some trees), my office mails out one, not two, annual Property Tax Notices. We continually cross-train within the Treasurer/Public Trustee Department to enhance customer service for the
Breaking Down Silos
Public Trustee Duties
I am running for Colorado State Treasurer in 2026!
If you are interested in making a campaign contribution to support my election in 2026, please donate HERE
You may also mail a personal check (corporate or business checks not allowed) to:
Citizens to Elect Jerry DiTullio
4465 Kipling St., Suite 103
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Payable To: Citizens to Elect Jerry DiTullio
Any amount will help – $250 $100 $50 $25. As always, I will represent you and will work to safeguard your hard-earned tax dollars. Thank you!
JeffCo Treasurer/Public Trustee
720-253-6785 (personal cell)
I’ll be Voting for Proposition HH this November Election
Hello Colorado/JeffCo Property Taxpayers, TABOR specifically allows the governing body, in this case the state legislature, to ask the voters on how to spend and/or return TABOR “surplus” funds. The proposed senior exemption change and the TABOR reallocation of “surplus” funds must be voted on since they are defined in
Colorado Voters to Vote on Property Taxes this November Election, Most Likely
Hello Colorado/JeffCo Property Taxpayers, The fate of property tax policy will likely be in the hands of Colorado voters this November. Two bills are proposed, Senate Bill 23-303 and Senate Bill 23-304. https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb23-303 [leg.colorado.gov] https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb23-304 [leg.colorado.gov] As a taxpayer and as JeffCo Treasurer, I support both bills, SB23-303 and SB23-304. The
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“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor
the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change (including government and politics).” – Charles Darwin