Search for Records

 

Marriage Records

To search for our marriage records:

Step 1.Visit the online database

You do NOT need to create an account to search the database.

Step 2.Select Search Records as Guest and accept the disclaimer

Step 3.Set the Search Type as "Marriage / Civil Unions" 

Click "Marriage / Civil Unions" in the left pane of the search window.

Step 4.Enter your search criteria and hit the Search button

Step 5.Double click the line to open the record

You can then use the tool bars to view the record, download an electronic copy, or order a certified copy through the mail.

Land Records

Step 1.Visit the online database

You do NOT need to create an account to search the database.

Step 2.Select Search Records as Guest and accept the disclaimer

Step 3.Set the Search Type as "Names"

Click "Names" in the left pane of the search window.

Step 4.Enter your search criteria and hit Search

Step 5.Double click the line to open the record

You can then use the tool bars to view the record, download an electronic copy, or order a certified copy through the mail.

 

Other Records

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:

  • City Ordinances, Resolutions, Proclamations, and Minutes
  • City Contracts and Agreements
  • City Rules and Regulations
  • Oaths of Office for City and County officials
  • Miscellaneous documents placed in the public record as “City Clerk Files”

These documents are available upon request, and requests can be emailed to CityClerk@Denvergov.org

Copies of these records do not require a formal request through the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA).

To make a CORA request for records that fall outside of the examples listed above, please email Records@Denvergov.org The research, retrieval, and review fee for CORA requests is $33.00 per hour, after the first free hour.