The Douglas County Access and Functional Needs Registry is a database containing information about individuals in Douglas County with special needs who may require assistance in the event of a disaster. The information may also be used to assist emergency personnel and volunteers in providing assistance. Participation in this Registry is voluntary.
View your personal property declaration on-line. All you need is your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) and Account Number.
Find a parcel record.
Enables users to search building contractors.
This online application allows contractors and homeowners, in unincorporated Douglas County, to obtain permits for residential property, in a single transaction using a credit card or e-check.
Schedule building inspections via mobile devices.
Schedule building inspections using drop down selections for inspection types.
Search building permits online.
Find comparable sales by subdivision.
An interactive web mapping tool allowing the user to query and view spatial information.
Foreclosure Property Search – for subscribers only.
Protest your real property Notice of Value (NOV) online.
Search and view property tax payment information.
Search Special District Public Notices
Search for property records, marriage records and other recorded documents.
The Online Reporting System is for areas in unincorporated Douglas County, and includes the areas of City of Castle Pines, Franktown, Highlands Ranch, Grandview Estates, Town of Larkspur, Louviers, Parker Heights, Parker North, Perry Park, Perry Pines, Pinery, Pradera, Roxborough, Sedalia and Stonegate. If you are unsure if the area is in unincorporated Douglas County, please call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 303.660.7500 to validate the correct jurisdiction.
Access to records online.
Find out how much is owed for outstanding citations or traffic violations and make payments quickly and securely.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, the Lone Tree Police Department, the Parker Police Department, and the Castle Rock Police Department have teamed up to create a resource site of registered sex offenders living in our jurisdictions that fit the criteria of C.R.S. 16-22-110.
No time in your busy day to run errands or take off work, but need to renew your vehicle registration right away? Renewing vehicle registrations has never been easier, thanks to an enhanced online vehicle registration renewal service implemented by Douglas County in collaboration with the State Web portal, Colorado.gov. and the Department of Revenue. For an additional $1.00 fee, you can renew using your existing checks as an electronic check or you can use your credit card. The fee structure is explained under the administrative processing fee link on the main web page www.colorado.gov/renewplates.
Volunteer Connect of Douglas County, Colorado is a community resource provided by the Partnership of Douglas County Governments. The purpose of this site is to bring organizations in need of volunteers in touch with the individuals in our community who are looking for ways to help.
Register to vote or manage your current voter registration.