El Paso County Assessor Steve Schleiker and his team will discontinue its outdated parcel search web page and transition to a remodeled, more user-friendly tool called the Property Record Card on Jan. 2, 2019. The new parcel search web page can be found at https://property.spatialest.com/co/elpaso/.
The Property Record Card and another new tool called Citizen Comper were launched earlier in 2018 and ran alongside the outdated parcel search web page. The Property Record Card and Comper will compliment the already robust website that already serves citizens with its highly interactive “My Community” hub.
“The remodeled website offers great functionality for both the casual and professional user,” Schleiker said. “We are very excited to be able to serve the largest county in Colorado even more efficiently and offer easier ways to obtain information and navigate the valuation appeals process.”
The newly redesigned site with the Property Record Card and Citizen Comper make parcel and property searches more informative and easier to use. It consolidates parcel and property details into a single, user-friendly source of reliable information. The website continues a trend set by My Community with a highly visual format using photography and interactive mapping with real-time updates and edits. It is easy to use and understand while giving citizens and professionals much easier access to building and land details, deeds, permits and treasurer tax information, printable property records and complete parcel information to aid in day-to-day tasks as well as making the property valuation appeal process quick and easy.
My Community was launched in the March of 2017. Since that launch, it has engaged and empowered citizens, making it easier to access deeds and tax information, and to check sales and appraised values.