The Colorado General Assembly recently passed legislation that changes the state’s sales and use tax rules and regulations. For more information regarding the state’s changes, please contact the Colorado Department of Revenue ( www.colorado.gov/revenue).
The City of Grand Junction is a Home Rule City, which means that the City's sales and use tax laws and regulations are set through the authority of the City Council (by ordinance and/or resolution) and are not changed by acts of the State Legislature. Although the recent legislation by the State did not change the City's laws, we thought it would be helpful to our businesses and taxpayers to understand how the City addresses those specific sales and use tax areas.
- Candy and Soda FYI 2010-01
- Non Essential Articles FYI 2010-02
- Energy Used for Industrial FYI 2010-03
- Computer Software FYI 2010-04
- Agricultural Compounds FYI 2010-05
- Direct Mail Advertising Materials FYI 2010-06
- Sales by Out of State Retailers FYI 2010-07
- Coins and Precious Metal Bullion FYI 2011-01
- Sales, Use, and Storage of Beetle Killed Wood FYI 2012-01
- Manufacturing Equipment FYI 2013-01
- Sales by School Associations FYI 2013-02
- Magazine Subscriptions FYI 2013-03
- Short Term Housing FYI 2013-04