Jerry DiTullio

Treasurer/Public Trustee
Jefferson County, Colorado

Moving Forward Together!

Hello JeffCo,

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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Jeffco Treasurer Update: Property Tax Bills to be Mailed on Feb. 16Jefferson County Treasurer Jerry DiTullio recently announced that a property tax relief bill that was passed by the Colorado Legislature impacted the timing of 2024 property tax bills. A delay in certification of county tax rolls led to a delay in property taxes being mailed. The delay gave taxing authorities time to certify their mill levies and county assessors more time to gather data. Don't want to wait for your tax bill to arrive in the mail? Jeffco property owners can view and pay their tax bill online: ... See MoreSee Less
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Hello JeffCo,Property tax bills have been delayed until mid-February due to the legislative special session held late in 2023 due to property taxes, but your current bill can be viewed and/or paid online.See link to view/pay: ... See MoreSee Less
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Hello, JeffCo Property Tax Bills will be mailed by the 16th of February. The informational insert below will also be included in the envelope. ... See MoreSee Less
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Success Stories

Fiscal Transparency

The new Treasurer’s Office financial reporting system, which includes the General Fund, Treasurer’s Budget and Quarterly Investment Portfolio, is now available on the JeffCo Treasurer’s webpage under “Financial Reports” and “Treasurer’s Notes”.


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

Customer Service

Our office is making every effort to have phone calls answered by a live person, and to return all voicemails by the end of the same business day. Our office hours have been adjusted to 7:30 am – 5:00 pm. We have also added a “Chat” function on the JeffCo Treasurer webpage.

Breaking Down Silos

The Treasurer’s Office is communicating with the public, the County Commissioners and other JeffCo departments more than ever before. Additionally, the Treasurer’s Office is supporting the Clerk & Recorder and the Sheriff’s Office with banking services and internal financial services, such as money orders for the County Clerk’s Office for passports. See Treasurers Notes or Financial Reports

Public Trustee Duties

I have assumed additional duties and staff as the Public Trustee pursuant to HB 19-1295. Commencing on July 1, 2020, the County Treasurer for each Class 2 county (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson, Larimer, Mesa, Pueblo and Weld) became the Public Trustee for their county. For more information, please see the JeffCo Public Trustee webpage.

I am pleased to endorse Jerry DiTullio for re-election as our Jefferson County Treasurer. Jerry is a true public servant who brings fiscal transparency to the Treasurer’s Office. Jerry is always prioritizing the needs of JeffCo taxpayers and our special districts. We need Jerry back in the Treasurer’s Office.

Tracy Kraft-Tharp, Jefferson County Commissioner (2022)

I am pleased to endorse Jerry DiTullio for re-election as our Jefferson County Treasurer. Throughout his tenure, Jerry and his department have made every effort to work with property owners and provide effective and efficient service to the public. Jerry is a thoughtful and proactive public servant, and I hope you’ll join me in supporting his re-election.

Congressman Joe Neguse (2022)

As our Jefferson County Treasurer, Jerry has a proven track record of accessibility, fiscal responsibility, and transparency. He has hit the ground running as the Jefferson County Treasurer. I look forward to supporting Jerry DiTullio this November for his re-election!

Congressman Ed Perlmutter (2022)

Treasurer Jerry DiTullio understands how important it is to make sure our county financial information and investments are transparent and easy to understand. Jerry and his staff have developed a monthly easy-to-read financial reporting system which is available on the county treasurer webpage. During the pandemic, Jerry worked tirelessly supporting JeffCo taxpayers by accepting payment plans and waiving interest on late payments in accordance with state law passed in 2020 and 2021. Please join me in voting for Jerry this November!

Amanda Gonzalez, JeffCo Clerk and Recorder Candidate (2022)

The JeffCo Dems Veterans Initiative is pleased to endorse Jerry DiTullio’s re-election for County Treasurer. Jerry has shown himself to be hard working and highly qualified. He will continue to ensure financial transparency for both JeffCo residents and businesses. We urge that you vote to re-elect Jerry by November 8th.

JeffCo Dems, Veterans Initiative (2022)

I’m proud to endorse Jerry for Jefferson County Treasurer. He has led the way and set the example for how elected officials can effectively outreach to the community. Through exceptional levels of communication, he has enhanced the county’s understanding of the treasurer’s important role in collecting, investing and disbursing resources.

Obi Ezeadi, Westminster City Council (2022)

As JeffCo Treasurer, Jerry DiTullio has raised the bar of county leadership. He runs a transparent and informative department – personally reporting out to cities in the county. I endorse Jerry DiTullio and support his re-election.

Amanda Weaver, Five Fridges Farm / Wheat Ridge City Council (2022)

Most people don’t know their County Treasurer. I want to let everyone know how fortunate I am to know mine. Treasurer Jerry DiTullio is one of the most accessible elected officials I know. He makes it easy to stay informed on matters relating to his office and he is always there to listen. Jefferson County residents should definitely re-elect him for a second term.

Sandie Weathers, Community Activist (2022)

Endorsed by West Metro Professional Firefighters Association

Local 1309 (2022)
Lesley Dahlkemper

Jerry has brought a new energy to the Treasurer’s Office. He has worked tirelessly with the County Commissioners and JeffCo legislators to bring forth legislation to support both residential and commercial property taxpayers, such as waiving late payment interest and arranging payment plans during the COVID pandemic.

Lesley Dahlkemper JeffCo Commissioner (2022)
Lindsey Daugherty

Jerry has been accessible and proactive as our JeffCo Treasurer. He has worked tirelessly with the JeffCo legislators to bring forth legislation to support residential and commercial property taxpayers, such as waiving late payment interest and arranging payment plans during the COVID pandemic in 2020 and 2021.

State Representative Lindsey Daugherty (2022)
Cheri Jahn

JeffCo Treasurer Jerry DiTullio is accessible, engaged and proactive as our Treasurer. He has worked tirelessly with the JeffCo Commissioners and state legislators to bring forth legislation to support all JeffCo property taxpayers, such as waiving late payment interest and arranging payment plans during the COVID pandemic.  His staff worked tirelessly during the pandemic supporting taxpayers and our special districts.

Cheri Jahn, Local Business Owner & Former State Senator (2022)
Support Jeffco Kids

SJK is pleased to endorse:

Incumbent Jerry DiTullio for Jefferson County Treasurer

Support Jeffco Kids (2022)

Arvadans for Progressive Action is pleased to announce that you have earned the endorsement of our membership for your candidacy this year.

Arvadans for Progressive Action (2022)
Korey Stites

I am excited to support Jerry DiTullio for County Treasurer, not only as a member of City Council, but as a small business owner. He has made a complicated system transparent and worked to engage taxpayers and businesses to work for win-win solutions to issues. For over 20 years Jerry has been someone who shows up for his constituents, no matter what office he has held. He is an example for all elected officials to follow.

Korey Stites, Wheat Ridge City Council (2022)
Kim Calomino

I am pleased to endorse Jerry for re-election as JeffCo Treasurer. Jerry has greatly improved the efficiency and the transparency of the office, helped citizens better understand the work of the county treasurer and maintained good stewardship of county funds. It is this kind of public service that enhances trust in our local government, which is critical  to a well-functioning democracy.

Kim Calomino, Community Activist (2022)
Dick Matthews

I have been impressed with Jerry’s ability to bring efficiency to the JeffCo Treasurer’s Office. Jerry and his staff have managed and invested taxpayer funds to maximize interest earned while following the county’s investment policy. Jefferson County has benefited from Jerry’s hands-on and proactive work ethic.

Dick Matthews, CPA, Jeffco Resident & Small Business Owner (2022)
Wanda Sang

I have had the pleasure of working with Jerry in various capacities in Wheat Ridge city government. He has always been a hands-on, hard-working, public servant. He has done an excellent job as our Jefferson County Treasurer working with taxpayers and county officials for the betterment of JeffCo.

Wanda Sang, Former City Clerk and City Council Member (2022)
Leah Dozeman

Jerry is an experienced and knowledgeable leader centered on serving others, maintaining transparency, and being fiscally responsible with tax-payer dollars. His robust public outreach efforts ensure that accurate information is readily accessible. Having worked with Jerry on city and county issues, he consistently advocates for efficient and effective policies that are in the people’s best interest and support good governance.

Leah Dozeman, Wheat Ridge City Council (2022)
Janeece Hoppe

Since Jerry DiTullio was elected, he has worked tirelessly to bring transparency and accessibility to the County Treasurer’s office. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he worked with State officials to bring relief to Jefferson County taxpayers by bringing forward a program that allowed maximum flexibility with property tax payments. Because of Treasurer DiTullio’s commitment to transparency, accessibility, and stewardship of the citizens’ tax dollars, I am honored to endorse him in the 2022 election.

Janeece Hoppe, Wheat Ridge City Council (2022)

Jerry has done a fantastic job as our Jefferson County Treasurer. Jerry serves Jefferson County, he doesn’t expect Jefferson County to serve him. Let’s keep the momentum going and re-elect Jerry for JeffCo Treasurer.

The Thompson Family, Jeffco Residents & Taxpayers (2022)
Jefferson County Democratic Latino Initiative

It is with great pleasure that the Jefferson County Democratic Latino Initiative (JDLI) endorses Jerry DiTullio for Jeffco Treasurer. A leader who works for democratic values as stated in the JDLI Public Policy Agenda. Education, Health, Economic Security, Civil Rights, Environment, and Climate. Please join us in supporting Jerry!

Jefferson County Democratic Latino Initiative (2022)

“I am proud to endorse Jerry DiTullio as our next Colorado State Treasurer. As the Jeffco Treasurer, Jerry is a proven public servant, and demonstrates financial transparency about where the money is and where it is going. He has made his office readily available to the public, and has expanded services as the Public Trustee. Colorado needs a Treasurer we can trust, that is why Jerry has my vote.”

Dr. Annette Cannon, Jefferson County Coroner
Rob Osborn

I support Jerry for State Treasurer because he leads by accountability, and helps drive positive results with everyone he works with. His experience as an elected official in city and county government has given him the depth of knowledge needed in managing complex budgets and balancing the needs of the office. Jerry rolls up his sleeves and works across the table in developing policies that create a win-win. Jerry has the perspective of business and residents, and will keep this as State Treasurer because he knows that every decision made impacts the community.

Rob Osborn, Douglas County Resident
Ray Goodhart

I have known Jerry since he was elected Jefferson County Treasurer and have found him to be transparent, through, and proactive. He works to support all taxpayers. Jerry’s background and experience make him the ideal candidate for Colorado State Treasurer. Please join me in supporting Jerry.

Ray Goodhart, Jefferson County Community Activist
Lindsey Daugherty

I have always been impressed with Jerry’s unwavering commitment to transparency, accessibility, and fiscal responsibility. He has served our community for over two decades and his knowledge and expertise are exactly what Colorado needs right now. He has also worked closely with JeffCo legislators to help bring forth legislation that saved taxpayers money during COVID. Please join me in supporting Jerry for State Treasurer!

Representative Lindsey Daugherty, Colorado House District 24
Travis Nelson

It’s my honor and pleasure to endorse my friend Jerry DiTullio for Colorado State Treasurer. The state Treasurer’s job is to advocate for economic justice, enhance our state’s economy, protect your tax dollars, and strengthen retirement benefits for our state employees and employees in the private sector through smart investing. Jerry DiTullio is perfect for these tasks with his background and current experience as the Jefferson County Treasurer.

Travis Nelson - Candidate for Huerfano County Commissioner

Vision, Leadership, Experience and Proven Ability to Get Things Done!

“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