Colorado 30 Day Notice to Quit | Month to Month Tenancy

The Colorado thirty (30) day notice to quit, pursuant to § 13-40-107, is used to inform month-to-month tenants of the landlord’s intention to terminate the lease/rental agreement. The thirty (30) day notice period only applies to a tenancy that has lasted for longer than six months but less than one year (6-12 months). Month-to-month tenancies of one to six months (1-6) have a notice period of only ten days.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the Colorado Month-to-Month Notice to Vacate form in .PDF form and print it out.

Step 2 – At the top of the form enter the date of the notice, and the full address of the rental unit (include the county name).

Step 3 – Next to the “To:” field, enter the tenant’s full name as it appears on the rental/lease agreement.

Step 4 – If you are the landlord issuing this notice to the tenant, check the first box and then enter the lease/termination date. Enter the address where the security deposit shall be returned to (if applicable).

Note: If you are the tenant, check the second box and enter the lease/termination date. 

Step 5 – In the “Proof of Service” section select which type of service method was used to deliver the notice to the tenant and enter the date of service. Sign your name next to the “Landlord’s Signature” field, enter the date, and then print your name at the bottom of the form.