Clerk and Recorder
We are dedicated to excellence in the services we provide to the people of Delta County. We recognize that customers are our central focus and will be treated with courtesy and respect. We are committed to spending wisely the tax dollars budgeted for our office. Teamwork is essential in accomplishing our goals.
Please note that in addition to observed holidays, the Clerk & Recorder's office in the Courthouse and the North Fork Annex will be closed for Motor Vehicle, Recording and Vitals on the following days:
None at this time.
- Where can I apply for a passport?
Locally, passports can be applied for at the U.S. Post Offices in Delta, Montrose or Grand Junction. Information and application forms can be obtained from the State Department’s website at www.travel.state.gov or call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-4USA-PPT or TDD/TYY: 1-888-874-7793 (toll free). Please note that as of January 23, 2007, all citizens of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Bermuda are now required to present a valid passport when entering the United States at any airport as of January 23, 2007. Visit the Department of Homeland Security website at www.dhs.gov for up-to-date passport requirements and how they might affect you.
- I’m from out-of-state. How do I register my vehicle in Colorado?
You will need: Your title (if your vehicle has a lien we will accept a photocopy of the title showing lien information) or a current out-of-state registration Proof of insurance. A VIN inspection from any local law enforcement agency or licensed automobile dealer. Fees will vary depending on type and year of vehicle.
- How can I get a duplicate car title?
Duplicate Colorado titles can usually be printed over the counter at the Clerk’s Office. You will need your vehicle registration, a photo I.D., and $8.20. Duplicate titles can only be printed for an owner of the vehicle.