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County Treasurer Waives Interest

SPECIAL NOTICE: On March 20, 2020, Governor Polis issued Executive Order #D 2020 012 authorizing the County Treasurer to suspend or waive delinquent interest that may accrue pursuant to the provision of § 39-10-104.5 as a result of delinquent tax payments for the next 30 days. Therefore, the first half of the 2019 property taxes may be paid without penalty interest from March 20 through April 20, 2020.

In order to take advantage of this waiver DO NOT use this website for your payment. Make your payment by dropping it in the drop-box at the Baca County Courthouse, or by mailing it to the Baca County Treasurer, 741 Main St., Ste. #2, Springfield, CO 81073, or you can call our office at (719) 523-4262.

Download: SPECIAL NOTICE Waiving Interest

Baca County Courthouse Closure

Download: Courthouse Closure

In an effort to do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Baca County Public Health in coordination with the Baca County Commissioners will be closing the Baca County offices to walk-in customers starting March 24, 2020. The courthouse building will be open for scheduled court appearances. Limited county staff will be in their respective offices to take your calls and set up appointments. The “ballot drop box” located near the courthouse entrance will be available for property tax payments and license plate renewals. Please ensure that payment envelopes are sealed. Contact the individual offices for other services.

  • Commissioner’s Office: 719-523-6532
  • Health Nurse: 719-523-6621
  • Clerk and Recorder: 719-523-4372
  • Treasurer: 719-523-4262
  • Assessor: 719-523-4332
  • Court Clerk:  719.523.4555 (

Fire Warning – Baca County

Saturday night a fire started south of Granada and burned through the night and into Sunday. Crews from several towns were there to help fight the fire. The orange glow could be seen for miles. This area is currently having RED FLAG warnings daily and extreme fire danger with wind gusting. Please do not burn trash, weeds, or throw cigarettes out the window of your car. Thank you to all the men and women that fought the blaze and those who volunteered to bring water, food, and other necessities to the people fighting the fire. Photo courtesy of Cheryl Taylor