The Town of Winter Park uses MUNIRevs, an online sales tax licensing and reporting system to provide a secure, online tool for businesses to apply for sales tax licenses, file tax returns, renew licenses and submit payments. Visit the MUNIRevs website to register and begin remitting. Be sure to review the instructions and FAQs or contact the MUNIRevs directly if additional assistance is needed. Unlimited phone and web support are available Monday through Friday from
For all taxable activities, the tax rate to charge for the Town of Winter Park is 7.0%.
This does not include the State sales tax of 2.9% or the Grand County sales tax of 1.3%. (The total sales tax for taxable activities is a combined 11.2%--Colorado Department of Revenue collects the State and County tax). The Town of Winter Park collects the Town's sales tax.
For all non-lodging activities, the sales tax rate is 7.0%
Sales tax is levied on the purchase price paid or charged for tangible personal property and taxable services when purchased or sold to retail by the sale, lease, rental, purchase, storage, distribution or consumption of tangible personal property and taxable services. (4% Sales Tax, 1% Supplemental Tax, 2% Transit & Trails Tax)
For lodging activity, the sales tax rate is 7.0%
Lodging includes leasing or rental of any hotel room, motel room, or other public accommodation in any hotel,
Closing an Account
Please send an email to email@example.com providing what city it is in, town license number, business name, and closed as of date.
You will also need a sales tax license with the State of Colorado. You can start that process by clicking here.
Items To Be Aware Of
- You must file a tax return even if no taxes are due for the period. All zero liability returns will be subject to a $15 late fee if filed after the due date. Zero liability returns can be filed online.
- Amended returns can now be filed online through MUNIRevs.
- Be careful to use the return which corresponds to the period for which you are filing. Sales tax returns/payments are due on the 20th month of the following the close of the tax period you are filing for, i.e. monthly, quarterly, annually.
Copies of your tax returns, tax exempt affidavits, and records of both purchases and sales, including purchase order and sales invoices, must be retained by you for a period of three years. All municipal taxes paid by the purchaser to the seller are considered public money of the sole benefit of the Town. The Town Manager or Town representative may inspect and review your books at any time.
It shall be a violation for any retailer, vendor, consumer, purchaser, or any other person subject to the tax levied by the Town of Winter Park tax code to refuse to make any return, or to make any false or fraudulent return, or any false statements in any return, or to fail or refuse to make payment to the Town, or in any manner to evade the collection and payment of the tax, or fail or refuse to pay such tax or evade the collection and payment of the tax.