A variety of documents may be recorded in Boulder County, including, but not limited to:
- Warranty deeds
- Quit claim deeds
- Deed of Trust
- Court documents (letters, personal representative deeds and judgments)
- Marriage and civil union licenses
- Death certificates for real estate purposes
- Military records
Submitting Documents for Recording
Documents may be recorded in person or by mail at our Boulder office. Documents can also be dropped off at our Lafayette and Longmont offices, and the original document will be mailed back to you after recording. Emailed or faxed documents are not accepted.
Documents must be submitted/received by 4:00 p.m. or they will not be recorded until the next business day.
If you or your agency/company will be submitting numerous documents, our office recommends using the electronic recording (eRecording) service.
- eRecording your documents will allow you to submit and receive your recorded documents the same day, saving time and money. For information on how to submit documents electronically, please contact one of our vendors listed in our eRecording Guide. Various fees apply.
Provide the following to record a document:
- Document to be recorded
- Recording Fee payment
- Mailing information for returning the document
Review a complete list of recording requirements.
Boulder County provides recorded document information online.