The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will temporarily issue remote marriage licenses to couples. Pursuant to Article IV, Section 2 of the Colorado Constitution and the relevant portions of the Colorado Disaster Emergency Act, C.R.S. § 24-33.5-701, Governor Jared Polis issued an Executive Order that temporarily suspends certain requirements for the issuance of marriage licenses during the closure of clerk and recorder offices due to the presence of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Colorado.

Couples will be required to sign an affidavit and submit this to the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office in addition to the online marriage application, license fee and any other required supporting documentation. The license is valid immediately and may be used anywhere in the State of Colorado. Couples have until May 31, 2020 in which to use this license before it expires, which is thirty-five (35) days following the expiration of Executive Order D 2020 014, unless further amended by the Governor. For information contact Recording 719-520-6200 or

Other recording services are available while offices are closed. People who have documents to record may submit them by mail or drop box. The mailing address is PO Box 2007, Colorado Springs, CO 80901-2007. The drop box is outside the east entrance of the main office, 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road. The documents should be in a sealed envelope and include contact information. Copy requests may be submitted via email at

Motor Vehicle/ Driver’s License Services:

All Coloradans are encouraged to take advantage of the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicle’s 35 online services. Go to where you will find, in addition to driver’s license and motor vehicle renewals, many of the most popular services, such as:

  • Request a driver record
  • Pay a citation
  • Pay a reinstatement fee
  • Upload reinstatement documents
  • Schedule an appointment
  • Change license or vehicle address
  • Update emergency contacts
  • Check eligibility to renew by mail
  • Replace tabs

  • Reschedule a hearing
  • Request title status
  • Request duplicate title
  • Apply for emissions waiver
  • First-time registration
  • Renew registration
  • First-time disability placards
  • Manage placards
  • Registration fee estimator

The Department of Revenue is allowing citizens to do more online and avoid in-person contact in our offices. All eligible customers 21 and over are now able to renew driver’s licenses online (previously restricted to 21-65 years of age).

The Clerk’s Office has expanded the phone bank with additional clerks to help people with questions. Please keep in mind the volume is high and we ask customers to be patient. If assistance is needed with motor vehicle or driver’s license services, people can call 719-520-6240 or email

Elections Services Online Available:

  • In-person elections services will not be available. To register to vote, or update your registration, please visit, call our office at 719-575-8683 or for elections assistance.

Liquor & Medical Marijuana License Applications:

  • In-Person services will not be available. Licensing information can be found on the El Paso County Clerk to the Board website or by calling 719-520-6430.
  • Completed license applications can be emailed to or mailed to PO Box 2007, Colorado Springs, CO 80901-2007

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