Remote access to recording and marriage services is available!
Due to capacity constraints, visitors to our office are limited to only the parties with appointments.
Notice Regarding Recorded DocumentsRecording a document with our office creates a permanent, public record of all the information in that document. Once recorded, your document will be available to the public online and in our archives in the office.
Please be certain that you want to record documents in Denver County. Denver County cannot reject these recorded documents or issue refunds for recording fees due to an improper submission.
Notice: Due to a technological issue, some documents are temporarily unavailable online. Affected documents were recorded from 1996 through 2021 and may be obtained by contacting the recording department. Only the following document types are affected: Deeds of Trust. Indexing is still available.
To search for our marriage records:
You do NOT need to create an account to search the database.
Click "Marriage / Civil Unions" in the left pane of the search window.
You can then use the tool bars to view the record, download an electronic copy, or order a certified copy through the mail.
Click "Names" in the left pane of the search window.
In addition to documents available in the county recording database such as marriage and property records, the Office of the Clerk and Recorder is the custodian of various municipal records including:
These documents are available upon request by emailing CityClerk@denvergov.org.
Copies of these records do not require a formal request through the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA). Learn more about filing CORA requests.
Learn more about other records in the City and County of Denver including Court, Motor Vehicle, and Vital Statistics by exploring these links:
Clerk and Recorder Paul López has made the Denver City Charter available to download.
Denver City Charter - English(PDF, 945KB)
Denver City Charter - Spanish(PDF, 1008KB)
NOTE: Charters up to date as of December, 2022
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To obtain certified copies of marriage licenses or other recorded documents, use our self-service Online Records Search and follow the prompts to make a certified copy request.
Certified copies of documents are $1 per document, plus $0.25 per page.
Records Fees and Forms
Paul D. LópezClerk and Recorder
Office of the Clerk and Recorder
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Closed during city holidays
Call: 311 (720-913-1311 outside Denver)
Hearing Impaired only (TTY): 720-913-8497
201 W. Colfax Ave., Denver, CO 80202
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