Assessor’s Office passes state audit
September 25, 2012
EAGLE, Colorado – For the 21st consecutive year, the Eagle County Assessor’s Office has successfully passed its state audit and was found to be in compliance with all valuation requirements. The results stem from a two-part analysis, including a procedural audit and a statistical audit.
Eagle County Assessor Mark Chapin says the yearly state-mandated audit tests both the accuracy of the appraisal process and the procedures used to value and assess property. For local property owners, this means the values assigned to each taxable property have been found to be equitable countywide and the resulting property tax will be equitable for like properties.
“We take great pride and care in our work to ensure we meet the stringent standards set by Colorado law,” Chapin said.