An Assessor Office is responsible for appraising the taxable property in an area in order to calculate property taxes in Denver County, Colorado. As part of this job, Denver County Assessors maintain detailed county and local maps, including Geographic Information Science (GIS) data. These Denver County GIS maps typically include property divisions, plots, buildings, property appraisal values, and property taxes. They may also include public property, parks, roads, place names, bodies of water, and other local geographical information, as well as flood zones, county zone lines, and school boundaries. These maps can be useful for a number of reasons, including buying and selling property. Assessors may provide online access to their Denver County GIS data on their websites.
Denver County Assessor's Office Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue 80202 720-913-4060
An Auditor Office provides oversight for government agencies, including evaluating the performance of government offices and their compliance with laws, rules, and regulations in Denver County, Colorado. Auditors also investigate corruption and fraudulent activities. Auditor Offices maintain a number of records related to their local area, which can include GIS data that shows Denver County property boundaries, city or county lines, flood zones, earthquake zones, and property taxes. These Denver County maps may also provide place names, bodies of water, and other geographic information. Auditors may provide online access to their GIS maps.
Colorado Auditor Denver CO 200 East 14th Avenue, Ste 200 80203 303-866-2051
Denver Auditor Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue, # 705 80202 720-913-5000
A Building Department creates and enforces building codes and zoning regulations in order to ensure the construction of safe buildings in Denver County, Colorado. As part of that job, Building Departments maintain GIS data that can include Denver County GIS maps on the topography, elevation, soil composition, and flood zones for the local area. This information can be important for adhering to building codes and meeting zoning rules. These GIS maps may also show Denver County parcels, lots, subdivisions, and tracts of land, as well as sewers, public utilities, and other building hazards. GIS data may be available on the Building Department website.
Denver Building Department Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue, # 307 80202 720-865-2700
Denver Planning Department Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue, # 608 80202 720-865-3163
Denver Zoning Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue, # 205 80202 720-865-3000
A Soil and Water Conservation Office provides information on the conservation and management of natural resources in Denver County, Colorado. They are also responsible for developing, implementing, and enforcing policies to protect these natural resources. Denver County Soil and Water Conservation Offices maintain GIS data in the form of maps to monitor soil and water, and these Denver County maps can show ground and surface water, stormwater runoff, irrigation, erosion, flood zones, and sources of pollution. These maps can be important for buying, selling, or improving property, and they may be available through the Soil and Water Conservation Office website.
Denver Colorado Soil and Water Conservation Denver CO 1313 Sherman Street, 721 80203 303-866-3441
A Clerk Office maintains public records for a county or local government, including GIS data in the form of maps. These GIS maps provide detailed information such as property boundaries, roads, public property, parks, and in some cases, population and demographic information. GIS data can also show Denver County property value assessments, property taxes, flood zones, zoning boundaries, and earthquake zones, as well as place names, bodies of water, and other geographic information. Clerks may also have historic GIS maps from the USGS or other organizations. Denver County GIS data is often accessible through the Clerk Office website.
Denver County Clerk Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue 80202 720-865-7800
A Recorder of Deeds keeps real estate documents to ensure the accuracy of property and land records in Denver County, Colorado. In addition to filing deeds that provide information on property sales and transfers, Recorders of Deeds also have detailed county and local maps, including Denver County GIS data. These maps can include property lines, building information, unclaimed parcels, property value assessments, and property tax information. They may also show Denver County place names, flood zones, zoning boundaries, neighborhood lines, bodies of water, and other geographic information. The Recorder of Deeds may provide access to GIS data on its website.
Denver County Recorder of Deeds Denver CO 201 West Colfax Avenue 80202 720-865-8400
A Town or City Hall provides municipal services for their town or city, including keeping vital records and maintaining documents on their jurisdiction such as maps with GIS data in Denver County, Colorado. These GIS maps typically include property boundaries, real estate appraisal values, Denver County property tax assessments, public property, and unclaimed parcels. The maps may also show place names, Denver County zoning boundaries, bodies of water, and flood zones, as well as population and demographic information. Some Town and City Halls also maintain historical maps of their area. These maps are often available on the Town or City Hall website.
Denver Lectures Town Hall Denver CO Unit 5, 2552 E Alameda Ave, Unit 5 80209 303-698-0230
Frederick Town Hall Denver CO 401 South Locust Street 80224 720-382-5500
Mountain View Town Hall Denver CO 4176 Benton Street 80212 303-421-7282