Clerk & Recorder System Outage

Marriage License, Civil Union, Recording Services, and Recorded Document Search Web Application Unavailable Wednesday, May 22, 5:00 p.m. through Thursday, May 23.
Due to a system upgrade, marriage license, civil union, and recording services at the Clerk & Recorder Office in Avon, Eagle, and El Jebel will be temporarily unavailable Wednesday, May 22, 5:00 p.m. through Thursday, May 23. Online recording services and the Recorded Document Search web application will also be unavailable.

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


Become an Election Judge

The Eagle County Elections Department is looking for registered voters to serve various temporary election judge positions for upcoming elections.

  • November 5, 2019, Coordinated Election
  • March 2020, Presidential Primary Election (date to be determined)
  • June 30, 2020, Primary Election
  • November 3, 2020, General Election

Potential election judges must:

  • Be a registered voter in Colorado.
  • Pass a Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) background check.
  • Complete the required election judge training.
  • Be able to work all assigned dates and hours.
  • Not be a member of a candidate’s immediate family in the election in which they serve.

High school students can be election judges if they are 16 years of age or older and either a junior or senior. Parental or legal guardian’s consent must be given for a student to serve as an election judge.

Election judge duties:

Election judges perform a wide range of responsibilities from registration to ballot processing.  As an election judge you might find yourself:

  • Using computer databases,
  • Conducting signature verification,
  • Processing ballots, or
  • Transporting supplies to voting sites.

Training is provided before each election.

Hours and pay will vary depending on your assigned position.

Voter Service and Polling Centers operate one to two weeks prior to and including Election Day

 

Sign Up To Be An Election Judge Here