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: 1-970-963-4700
    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


Overview

For your safety and our team's safety, Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's offices are closed to in-person interactions until April 30, 2020, when these precautions will be reevaluated.

Recording services are best achieved by eRecording, however, documents can also continue to be mailed to Eagle County Clerk and Recorder, P.O. Box 537, Eagle, CO 81631 or they can be dropped in the Eagle, Avon, Edwards, or El Jebel 24-hour ballot drop box. Please be aware there may be delay in recording the documents arriving by mail or drop box due to time constraints. We ask that you email recording@eaglecounty.us if you are concerned about the timing of recording, otherwise, you may check online for confirmation as well as information will be available as they are recorded. You can call 970-328-8783 and we will be happy to provide additional information on how recording services may be accessed.

Marriage licenses will not be issued during the closure as the law states they must be done in-person. The Colorado County Clerk's Association has sent a request to the Governor for mail/electronic remote options, but we do not have a response or solution yet to overcome this legality. The State is working as swiftly as it can to find legal ways to continue the process. We will update our website as we receive more information.  

The Recording Department of the Clerk’s office is responsible for recording and archiving public records relating to real property transfers, marriage licenses, plats, liens and many other documents. Documents and indexes have been digitized dating back to 1873. 

All historical documents are available for researching and viewing in any of our offices. Basic information about recorded documents - excluding images - is also available online for documents recorded after 1983.  See Document Search Tutorial to learn how to search and purchase a copy of a document with a credit card. Search Recorded Documents to begin your search.


Our offices have public computers available for searching and viewing documents. We have experienced and knowledgeable staff available to assist you with your questions and locating resources for your record search.