Generally, no. Tax year 2019 was a general re-appraisal year in Colorado. All taxable properties were re-valued in Delta County in Tax Year 2019. Tax Year 2020 is an “intervening” year in Colorado’s statutory 2-year reappraisal cycle. Generally, a property value will only change in Tax Year 2020 if the physical characteristics of the property have changed, or if the property’s use or classification for assessment purposes has changed. In those cases, the Assessor’s office will send a Notice of Valuation in May, 2020 that will reflect the valuation change. Otherwise, the insert you receive in your Tax Year 2019 Tax Notice (mailed in January, 2020) serves as your Tax Year 2020 Notice of Valuation, with the actual value of your property stated on the Tax Notice itself. Using this method to notify taxpayers of their valuation in an intervening year saves several thousand dollars in mailing costs. The taxpayer has a right to challenge the Tax Year 2020 valuation until June 1, 2020, if he or she believes the valuation of his or her property is incorrect. Under Colorado law, properties will be reappraised to a new level of value for Tax Year 2021.