Clerk & Recorder

Contact Us

  • Hours of Operation
    Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.  
    Closed on county holidays.

    Recording: 970-328-8723
    Motor Vehicle: 970-328-8729
    Voting / Elections: 970-328-8715
    Marriage License: 970-328-8723
    Liquor License: 970-328-8718
    Avon: 970-328-9670
    El Jebel: 970-328-9570
    Toll Free: 1-800-225-6136
    Fax: 970-328-8716

    Clerk & Recorder
    P.O. Box 537
    500 Broadway, Suite 101
    Eagle, Colorado  81631

    elections@eaglecounty.us 
    motorvehicle@eaglecounty.us
    recording@eaglecounty.us


Persons with Disabilities

How to apply

The applicant and a licensed medical professional must submit a completed Parking Privileges Application (DR2219) to an Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's Office motor vehicle service office. These forms can be downloaded online or provided by your medical professional's office.

Applicant, guardian, or entity representative must provide secure and verifiable identification and have it witnessed on the Parking Privileges Application (DR2219).

Placards

Upon renewal applicants for both short term 90 day (red) and extended or temporary three year (blue) placards must submit a new Parking Privileges Application (DR2219), completed by a licensed medical professional.

Permanent three year placard holders can self-certify on the third and sixth year of renewal. On the ninth year of renewal, the applicant will need to submit a new Parking Privileges Application (DR2219)
completed by a licensed medical professional.

Placards will have a month and year punch-out to identify expiration dates and have a sticker applied to them, similar to license plates.

Plates

Persons with Disabilities license plates are renewed annually. When required, the plate holder must submit a completed Parking Privileges Application (DR2219).

Plate holders can self-certify on the third and sixth year renewal. On the ninth year of renewal the applicant will need to submit a new Parking Privileges Application (DR2219).

Disabled Veteran Handicap Plates

Eligible disabled veterans may receive one set of Handicap Disabled Veteran License Plates at no charge.

In addition, to the Parking Privileges Application (DR2219) persons seeking Handicap Disabled Veteran License Plates must also submit the following:

  • a letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs Veteran’s branch service that states that that the qualifying person has a service connected permanent disability that is rated at 50 percent or more.

Please see the Handicap Disabled Veteran License Plate checklist.