Property Taxes

Sterling Ranch is comprised of Sterling Ranch Metropolitan Districts 1-7. The primary purpose of the Districts is to finance the public infrastructure required by the development and to provide an ongoing governmental structure for the operation and maintenance of district improvements and facilities. 

Homeowners in Sterling Ranch will benefit from the construction, maintenance, repair, and replacement of the open space areas, natural areas, parks, landscaping, consistent community standards, an amenity center, and other public infrastructures in the neighborhood. 

These improvements and maintenance expenses are paid through homeowner property taxes collected through Douglas County in the form of a mill levy. A calculation example is provided below.

Click here to view the letter sent to Governor Polis regarding the Repeal of the Gallagher Amendment and Action sent on May 1, 2023. 

Understanding your 2024 Property Taxes 1

Understanding your 2024 Property Taxes 2

Understanding your 2024 Property Taxes