Eagle County services restricting in person interactions


In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community, Eagle County government will be providing services via phone and/or online services and restricting in person interactions until April 8, 2020, when these precautions will be reevaluated. All essential county services are still being provided and contact information and on-line services can be accessed at https://www.eaglecounty.us/Administration/News/Eagle_County_Government_Services_Restricting_in_person_interations/

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


Record a Document

For your safety and our team's safety, Eagle County Clerk and Recorder's offices are closed to in-person interactions until April 8, 2020, when these precautions will be reevaluated. Recording services will continue, we encourage eRecording. Documents to be recorded can be mailed to Eagle County Clerk and Recorder, P.O. Box 537, Eagle, CO 81631 or can be dropped in the Eagle, Avon, Edwards, or El Jebel 24-hour ballot drop box.

Submitting a Document for Recording

  • Our office does not provide forms. You may purchase forms at office supply stores or online at deeds.com.

  • Please include a contact phone number when submitting documents for recording. Documents may be mailed or brought to our Eagle or El Jebel offices.

  • For payment by cash or check, mail to Eagle County Clerk & Recorder, PO Box 537, Eagle, CO 81631. Please make check payable to Eagle County Clerk.

  • Recording Fees

Document Requirements

The recording department is governed by Colorado State Statutes. In order to record your documents without delays and prevent rejections, the following requirements must be met:

  • 1-inch margin at top of document
  • grantee address for deeds that transfer title to property included
  • documentary fee or explanation of exemption on deeds – see C.R.S. 39-13-102 and 39-13-104
  • proper fees included
  • return address for the original document included

Questions related to what type of document is needed or how to fill out a document for a particular transaction should be directed to a title company or private attorney. The clerk’s office staff does not have the legal training to insure accuracy with these questions.

eRecording

Contact us at recording@eaglecounty.us with questions that may include:

  • marriage license recording deadline
  • document turnaround time
  • rejected documents
  • help researching a document
  • confirmation that a document was recorded
  • help with internet document searches