Sales Tax Standard Definitions Project

Colleagues from the 71 self-collecting sales tax municipalities, 

Below are resources for you to use as your city or town moves to adopt the standard sales tax definitions that were developed pursuant to the legislative request made in SB 14-038:

 

 

If you have questions or need further assistance, contact Laurel Witt, staff attorney, at lwitt@cml.org or 303-831-6411. Also, as your city or town starts taking steps towards adoption, please communicate your status, challenges, and successes with Laurel, who will be tracking the project’s next steps.

Home Rule, Self-Collecting Municipalities that Have Adopted Sales Tax Definitions

  • Municipality (date of adoption)

 

  • Alamosa (5/16/2018)
  • Arvada (6/19/2017)
  • Aspen (10/19/2017)
  • Aurora (4/3/2017)
  • Avon (3/28/2017)
  • Black Hawk (2/14/2018)
  • Boulder (2/6/2018)
  • Broomfield (3/13/2018)
  • Canon City (3/5/2018)
  • Carbondale (5/22/2018)
  • Centennial (12/4/2017)
  • Cherry Hills Village (8/7/2018)
  • Cortez (10/10/2017)
  • Craig (3/27/2018)
  • Crested Butte (8/7/2018)
  • Dacono (8/14/2017)
  • Denver (6/25/2017)
  • Edgewater (5/4/2017)
  • Evans (9/18/2018)
  • Federal Heights (7/17/2018)
  • Fort Collins (5/16/2017)
  • Frisco (9/12/2017)
  • Glenwood Springs (6/7/2018)
  • Golden (4/27/2017)
  • Greeley (10/17/2017)
  • Greenwood Village (5/1/2017)
  • Gunnison (11/28/2017)
  • Gypsum (2016)
  • La Junta (5/1/2018)
  • Lamar (11/27/2017)
  • Littleton (12/19/2017)
  • Longmont (4/25/2017)
  • Louisville (6/13/2017)
  • Montrose (9/19/2017)
  • Mountain Village (11/27/2017)
  • Mt. Crested Butte (9/18/2018)
  • Northglenn (10/9/2017)
  • Parker (12/14/2017)
  • Sheridan (9/20/2018)
  • Silverthorne (3/7/2018)
  • Snowmass Village (7/18/2018)
  • Timnath (5/15/2017)
  • Westminster (6/26/2017)
  • Wheat Ridge (4/10/2017)
  • Windsor (7/9/2018)
List as of Sept. 18, 2018