Assessor Data Files

Assessor data is in a Microsoft access database and is derived from the La Plata County Assessor’s property information system. The data is provided in 2 different ways. The file asrdata table is a single table of real estate property only, which has one line for each Assessor's property account number. All property types are included in the other tables which contain more detailed information on each account and can be used in a relational database to link data on account number or parcel number. A list of these files with a description of the fields of data can be found in the Excel file named Files_Fields.xls.

Individual properties are identified by both an Assessor’s account number and a map parcel number. Ownership information includes name and mailing address. Property location is provided by the subdivision or condominium designation, site address and legal description. The legal description may not be complete. Property characteristics include land use and building architectural style and year built. In the asrdata table, the deed information is for the most recent document recorded. Saledata contains all recorded documents in the Assessor's database. Both actual value and assessed value are included separately for land classed property and improvement classed property (structures). Property size is presented in acres or square feet. The tax area district identification number determines the mill levy for the property.

DISCLAIMER: The basic property information contained on this site has been compiled from La Plata County Assessor files. The data is subject to the constraints of Colorado law and is maintained within the legal and personnel restrictions of the Assessor's office. All of the data may not be current based on the statutory requirements of the office.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOWNLOADING
New Instructions for Downloading To download the Assessor’s data files, follow the basic instructions below.

  • If you agree to the Disclaimer above, click on that link.  It will take you to the list of files. 
  • Click on the desired file.
  • You will be asked to save it to disk.
  • Navigate to a folder where you will have sufficient memory and easy access, and click SAVE.
  • You should see the data being transferred and flying into your folder.
  • When the download is complete, go to your browser, My Computer or Windows Explorer and navigate to the folder where you saved the file.
  • After downloading, the access table can be imported for viewing into EXCEL, MICROSOFT ACCESS, and QUATTRO PRO.

You can now import the data file into one of the above mentioned software programs.