Boulder County Property Search
Welcome to Boulder County's Property Search
To provide the best in public service, Boulder County has redesigned Emapping into Property Search, which is viewable not only on desktops and laptops, but also tablets and smartphones. We hope you enjoy the new design.
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Contact Us



Assessor's Office
Assessor's
303-441-3530

Boulder County GIS Coordinator
Mark Mullane
303-441-3958

Assessor GIS
Brooke Cholvin
303-441-3523

Land Use GIS
David Haines
720-564-2632

Parks and Open Space GIS
Kristi VanDenBosch
303-678-6274

Road Maintenance GIS
John Mosher
303-678-6088

Transportation GIS
David Watson
303-441-3850
What are you looking for?
Owner
Street
Subdivision

Welcome to the Boulder County Assessor's Office Property Search

Our property search is now responsive to mobile devices!


How to Search

Start by entering any one of the following items into the Property Search box and click the search button:

  • Address
  • Owner Name
  • Account Number
  • Parcel Number
  • Street Name
  • Subdivision
  • Section-Township-Range

After retrieving a property, click on the blue buttons above to change the data display

How to Use the Map

To find property information from the map, you may:

  • Use the navigation tool on the upper left corner of the map.
  • Hold the shift button and drag your mouse over the desired area.
  • Swiping the map will move it in the desired direction.

Once the properties are visible, you can select a property by clicking on it

See the help file for more detailed instructions.

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Click to Select
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Select Account:
Account Number:
Owner:
Mailing Address:
City:
Sec-Town-Range:
Subdivision:
Parcel Number:
Property Address:
Location:
Jurisdiction:
Legal Description:
Est. Parcel Area:
Square Feet:
Acres:

Account

Select Account:
Account Number:
Parcel Number:
Tax Area:
No. of Improvements:
Site Address:
Neighborhood:

Deeds
Deed#Sale DateRecordedSale Price

Total Account Value
ActualAssessed
Total:
Structure:
Land:
X-Features:
MillLevy:

Improvements
Section:
Class:
Built:
Design:
Number of rooms
Total:
Bedrooms:
Full Bath:
3/4 Bath:
Half Bath:
Areas of levels in sq. ft.


Subject Comparable Comparable Comparable
Address
Account No
Design
Sale Date
Sale Price
Living Area
Year Built
Basement Finished
Basement Total Basement Total
Garage Total
Floodplain Information
Address:
Parcel Number:
Flood Zone:
Floodway:
FIRM Map Num:

Determinations

Permits

Address:
Parcel Number:
Zoning:
Wind Load:
Snow Load:
Land Use Department Permits and Dockets
Address:
Parcel Number:
Precinct:
US Congressional District:
State Senate:
StateHouse:
County Commissioner:
For information on the districts this property is in please call:
Boulder County Assessor's Office
(303) 441-3530
Boulder County Treasurer's Office
(303) 441-3520
(303)413-7740
Address:
Parcel Number:
Survey Number:
Survey Date:
Surveyor:
Firm:
STRQ:
Description:
No survey plat available
Google Street View
Google Street View is a technology feature in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides 360° horizontal and 290° vertical panoramic views from a row of positions along the street (one every approximately 10 or 20 meters) for many streets in the world, from a heightf about 2.5 meters. It was launched on May 25, 2007, and has gradually expanded to include more cities, more streets, and more rural areas.
Oblique Imagery
Oblique refers to the angle at which an image is captured (oblique images are typically captured at a 40 degree angle). By capturing images at this angle, as opposed to a straight down or overhead shot, oblique images reveal greater detail, enabling users to see different views of an image and notice relevant details such as street lights, fire hydrants etc. With oblique imagery, for example, you can see the front door of a house, the back door, the windows and more. Boulder County has acquired the rights to serve oblique imagery captured and hosted by Pictometry International Corporation.
Google Earth
Google Earth is a virtual globe, map, and geographic information program that was originally called EarthViewer 3D. It was created by Keyhole, Inc., a company acquired by Google in 2004. It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and a GIS 3D globe.
City of Boulder
The City of Boulder maintains its own property search application. If your property is located in the city's limits, this link will take you to their information.

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  1. Buffering allows you to select all properties within a specified distance from a parcel or group of parcels that you select. You can then create a report or download a .csv.
  2. Multiselect allows you to select all properties within a polygon that you draw on the map. You can then create a report or download a .csv.
  3. Lat-Long allows you to locate a specific location from a latitude-longitude pair you provide.
  4. Measure allows you to measure length of a line or the area of a polygon on the map
  5. Upload allows you to upload a list of parcel numbers or addresses from a file and display them on the map.
First, enter distance in feet:

Next, select the properties to buffer by drawing a polygon on the map. The buffer will draw and any property the buffer touches will be returned.

Latitude:
Example: 40° 1‘ 9
Longitude:
Example: 105° 16‘ 9
Latitude:
Example: 40.0186
Longitude:
Example: 105.2783
Latitude:
Example: 40° 1.1
Longitude:
Example: 105° 16.7
Decimal/Minutes/Seconds
Decimal Degrees
Degrees and Decimal Minutes
Measure:
Distance
Area
Units:

To measure a distance, click on the map and draw a line. Click once to change the direction, double-click to end the measurement.

To measure an area, click on the map and draw a polygon.

To select multiple parcels, click on the map and draw a polygon by dragging the mouse. Release the mouse to end the polygon. Any parcel that is touched by the polygon will be selected.


Please select either a text file or a Comma Separated Values file (.txt or .csv extension). Excel exported CSV files are supported. Click the help button for more information about formatting your file.