The Assessor and Treasurer's offices may not be up-to-date as we are migrating to a new database platform. We do not yet have our systems integrated with searchable maps. Until we do, you can use the County GIS Portal to locate a property, then copy/paste the parcel number into our property database to obtain owner information and property characteristics (or vice versa).
- Property Database (hosted by Pueblo County) THIS SITE HAS NOT BEEN REGULARLY UPDATED SINCE AUGUST 2020. Please bear with us as we convert to a new property records system. The link above takes you to an Acknowledgment page and then to a series of search boxes. If you are using an iPhone or iOS, try hitting the back button after submitting the acknowledgment (glitch!) Once you get to the search screen, we generally recommend using only 1 of the boxes per search. If you know the owner, put only the last name or part of the company's name into the name box. If you are searching for a mining claim, put the name of the claim in the legal description box. If you only know the address, that will require more than one box. Once you find a property, you can see it on a map by copy/pasting the parcel number into the County GIS Portal.
- Street Number
- Street Name
- Parcel Number
- Owner Name
- Legal Description
From the results screen, click on a parcel number to get property record card details, values, tax payments, Notices of Valuation and Tax Notices.
- GIS Portal - Interactive Map (ArcMap Web App Viewer)
This system does not currently have owner information. You can search by parcel number or mining claim name. Otherwise, you can scroll and zoom into an area to search using the map itself. Once you locate a property, copy/paste the parcel number into our property database to obtain owner information and property characteristics.
- Parcel Shapefile with Ownership info (zip file). There are up to 11 ownership fields for a given property because we often have separate parcel numbers for properties owned by multiple people in undivided interests. Other Shapefiles, KMZ files, and other GIS files can be requested emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mining Claims Spreadsheet (Excel Spreadsheet)
This spreadsheet lists all patented mining claims in San Juan County, sortable by location, size, ownership, parcel#, survey#, patent#, and other attributes. The spreadsheet has one row per schedule-sequence combination. Some mining claims have multiple rows if they are owned in partial interests with separate tax schedule numbers. Some tax schedules have multiple mining claims (multiple sequences). See the tab labeled "Key to Columns" for a description of each field. We make no guarantees of its accuracy. Please contact the Assessor with any feedback or corrections.
- Assessment Roll Data Files
The official 2020 assessment roll data will be available in December 2020. The following files are available for free download now, but may change after protest periods and abatements between now and the end of the year. The files are provided in Excel format and include tabs with data layouts and keys to codes.
- Index (Prop Type, Owner info, Location, Zoning, Legal Description)
- Improvements (includes residential, commercial, industrial and manufactured homes)
- Land (includes patented mining-claims and possessory interests)
- Tax Amount (2019)
- Sales (includes non-sale transfers and certain other recorded documents)
- Static Maps (PDF format)
- Commissioner Districts Map
- Topo Sections Map
- Township Range Map
- San Juan County Road Map
- Town of Silverton Street Overview Block Map
- Town of Silverton Parcel/Block Map
- 1930s San Juan Triangle Map - East (includes Silverton; shows mining claims)
- 1930s San Juan Triangle Map - West (shows mining claims)
- Commissioner Districts Map