New Denver public records search has now been formally launched. Denver's depository of recorded documents is now online. As of now, the documents go back to about 1963, about 7.5 million documents. As we continue to scan the older documents, more will come online until the the entire collection dating back to 1859 is online.
We are pleased to announce we now accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover cards for Records, Recording, Marriage and Civil Union Licensing, and Public Trustee. This new service has been put into effect as part of the Clerk and Recorder's implementation of its new state of the art document recording and online records search system.
The Office of the Clerk and Recorder has a Facebook page. See what we are posting here.
Looking for a City and County of Denver contract? Use our contract lookup.
We post our monthly marriage license stats and civil union license stats online. Marriages in Denver are up.
Denver foreclosure filings are down in 2013 from prior years. The graph below was last updated January 2014. It shows foreclosure starts in Denver over the last five years. It is composed of stats that can be found on this page.
For some context, here is a slide presentation on Denver foreclosures that was presented at a Clerk and Recorder public forum in southwest Denver on Feb. 26, 2013.