NOTICE: Updated as of Thursday, April 17th, 9:50 AM
The Pitkin County Plaza One Building in which our office resides will be closed the remainder of this week. This location will reopen on Monday, April 21st, at 8:30 AM. We have opened a temporary Recording office in the Treasurer’s office located in the Courthouse at 506 East Main Street in Aspen. We are able in accept in person recordings and eRecordings. We also have one records research station available for viewing records in the Assessor's Office and we can issue civil union and marriage licenses. The Motor Vehicle, Elections and BOCC offices will remain closed until Monday, April 21st. If you need immediate assistance, please call 970-920-5180 and leave a message and we will return your call. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Renew your motor vehicle registration online!
NOTICE: Recording Fee Change Effective July 1st, 2010
1007, which amends 30-1-103 (1) and (4) C.R.S., has been signed into
law by Governor Bill Ritter Jr. and will take effect on July 1st, 2010.
This amendment makes recording fees uniform on a statewide
thereby eliminating confusion for submitters. The
passage of this law will have the following impacts on documents
recorded in our office:
$11.00 for the first page (this includes the $1 surcharge) and $5.00
for each additional page for recording standard (letter, legal) sized
fee adjustment will NOT
impact the following documents: Oversized documents (Plats, Land Survey
Plats), Federal Tax Liens, UCC's and Mining Claims. The fees
recording these documents will remain the same.
Our online public records search covers all indexing data (no images) from recorded documents between November 1977 to current.
If you are interested in having access to the document images online; those are available through our paid web and ftp services .
Document copies can be obtained by using our copy request eForm or by stopping by our office and using the public research room.
Civil Union License Kiosk - COMING SOON!Effective May 1, 2013, civil union licenses became available in Colorado. Until our online kiosk is available, please stop by our office to complete the application and receive your license. For additional civil union license information please click here.
Birth and Death Records
Birth and Death records for Pitkin County are kept with the Garifled County Clerk and Recorder in Glenwood Springs.
Divorce Decrees are kept with the Pitkin County District Court.