The Clerk and Recorder is responsible for recording deeds, registering automobiles, issuing marriage licenses, registering voters, administering elections and maintaining records for the Board. The Clerk and Recorder's Office is made up of several divisions, which includes Motor Vehicle, Elections, Recording, Liquor Licensing and Clerk to the Board.
Our Mission is building the trust and confidence of the citizens of Pueblo County while working together as employees and servants of the public by:
- Involving and educating the staff of the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office to better perform their duties.
- Offering services in the most efficient, professional and courteous manner.
- Serving the public according to the statutory and constitutional limits of the law, pertaining to the office.
- Due to the rapid growth of our community, our departments are envisioning increased workloads, new mandates and exceeded demand for quicker service.
- Due to the diversity and complexity of election laws, the Election Department requires wisdom, courage and the desire to remain focused on our vision of free and impartial elections despite the changes in society and its laws.
- The office of the County Clerk has been bestowed the sacred honor of protecting and promoting public trust and confidence by our conduct of accurate and fair elections, we are responsible for the integrity of the process which demands that these must be placed above personal or partisan gain.
Each department must maintain and support current laws and guidelines as well as ascertain new law and system changes.
- Any member of the public is welcome to come into the office to conduct business Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. If it is easier for you to make an appointment with my office you may do so, however if you prefer to walk in during the stated time without an appointment you may do so as well. Currently our office is in the Pueblo County Historic Courthouse 215 W. 10th Street in Pueblo.
- Auto dealers, rentals, lenders, and fleet operators are required to come into our office on Mondays from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Commercial customers are also welcomed to conduct business in the office Tuesday – Friday from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. All commercial customers may utilize the drop box system for drop off and pick up without waiting.
- License plate renewals will be processed in the office. Renewals will also be processed online at county.pueblo.org or at the two kiosks located inside the Pueblo West Safeway and southside King Soopers.
Contact Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder
Clerk and Recorder Department
Pueblo County Historical Courthouse
215 W. 10 Street
Clerk and Recorder