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News Archive

February 22, 2016

Clerk & Recorder Office to open Recording Desk at Longmont Branch

Boulder County, Colo. – Beginning this week, the Longmont branch will have a work station dedicated to processing real estate documents, issuing marriage licenses, and performing all county recording-related public tasks. There will also be a computer station set up for the public to perform research and print documents as needed (standard fees apply).

“We wanted to implement recording service to better serve the public,” stated Hillary Hall, Boulder County Clerk & Recorder. “While members of the public could always receive marriage licenses at the Longmont Branch, other recording services, such as recording real estate transactions, were limited to just paperwork drop-off only. This speeds up the services we perform for the public by having a recording staff member on site. People no longer have to wait to get a recorded document back in the mail.”

Now, having a Recording staff member work at the branch will allow the public to record documents on the spot, obtain copies of documents directly, and get all recording-related questions answered in detail. The Clerk & Recorder’s office is looking forward to providing these additional services for the Longmont community.

For more information on the Clerk & Recorder’s Recording Division, visit www.bouldercounty.org/departments/clerk-and-recorder/ or call 303-413-7770.