Logic and accuracy testing for the 2020 general mail ballot election, November 3, 2020Will be conducted on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 in room 101B at the Garfield County Courthouse 109 Eighth Street Glenwood Springs, Colorado This testing is open to the public and will begin at 9:00 a.m.
Ballots mailed for Nov. 3 Presidential ElectionBallots for the Nov. 3 Presidential Election are in the mail on Oct. 9 and active registered voters can
expect them in the coming days. If you don’t receive a ballot by Oct. 19, please contact the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. On Oct. 12, 24/7 ballot drop boxes are available in Carbondale, Glenwood Springs, New Castle, Silt, Rifle and Parachute. On Oct. 19, early voting begins in Glenwood Springs and Rifle, and Coloradans can still register to vote up to and on Nov. 3 and vote in this year’s election.
Clerk and Recorder offices closed to the publicGarfield County Clerk and Recorder’s offices in Rifle and Glenwood Springs are providing services for clients, but the physical locations are closed to the public due to COVID-19. The clerk’s office has complied a detailed list of services available.
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Presidential Election Day is Nov. 3Presidential Election Day 2020 is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Ballots are being sent to all active registered voters on Friday, Oct. 9. Register to vote or make sure your registration information is correct at Go Vote Colorado.
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Colorado DRIVES is liveColorado DRIVES (Driver License, Record, Identification and Vehicle Enterprise Solution) is up and running at Garfield County. The new system reduces customer service time, increases transaction speed, provides better county-to-county integration, and offers additional online services. Colorado DRIVES
Online motor vehicle servicesMany driver’s license, identification, and vehicles services can be conducted online at myDMV
Apply for a driver’s license or identification card
Renew your driver’s license or identification card
Change your address
Register your vehicle
Renew a vehicle registration
Add or change a driver’s license renewal reminder
Request your driving record
Apply for a disability placard
Request a personalized plate
Request a duplicate title
Clerk and Recorder database for public records searchesThe Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s office makes every effort to collect and maintain accurate data. However, Tyler Technology and the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s office are unable to warrant any of the information herein contained.
Viewing public recordsThe public may view grantor and grantee indexes online, and search indexes back to February 21, 1883. Images may be viewed by contacting the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, and signing up for either a weekly ($100) or monthly ($300) subscription.
Duties of the Clerk and Recorder’s officeThe Clerk & Recorder’s office is responsible for voter registration, the conducting of all primary, general, and November coordinated elections, motor vehicle titling and registration, real estate and other recordings, marriage licenses, birth and death records, liquor licenses and recording the proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners.
Monday–Friday, 8:30 am – 5 pm, excluding holidays.
Elections – 970-384-3700
Marriage licenses – 970-384-3700
Motor vehicle – 970-384-3700
Recording – 970-384-3700
Vital records – 970-384-3700