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Board of County Commissioners

Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)

State Law (Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), C.R.S. §24-72-201 et seq.), guarantees that you have access to the records of government bodies at all levels in Colorado. Most records are public and open for inspection.  Many County public records are available on our website.  However, if you cannot find what you need online, please submit an open record/CORA request for the specific County Department or Office below.

For all requests relating to the Board of Douglas County Commissioners, Health Department and other County Departments click here. For records requests relating to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Human Services case-specific records, Coroner or Douglas County Courts, please click on the links below.

How quickly is my request responded to?

Record requests will be responded to within three working days.  When extenuating circumstances exist, the period shall be extended for seven working days.  You will be notified of the need for an extension within the first three days. For fee information view Douglas County’s Open Records Request Procedure and Fees.  These policies and procedures are subject to modifications of CORA or other State Statutes, which shall supersede any conflicting provisions in these policies and procedures.

Submitting your request:

In your request, please include your name, contact information, organization represented (if any), and specific document description – dates, type of document, parties involved, etc. Broad, vague, or voluminous requests may cause delays in producing the records.

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Board of County Commissioner and County Departments

For all requests relating to the Board of Douglas County Commissioners and County Departments, excluding Sheriff, Human Services case-specific records, Coroner and Courts.

County Department Records Request

Coroner Records

The Douglas County Coroner’s office charges 25 cents per page for CORA-requested reports (autopsy and Coroner Letters will continue to be no charge).

Coroner’s Office

18th Judicial Court Records

The 18th Judicial Courts are an entity of the State Judicial System, not County Government. For record request information click the link below.

18th Judicial District Records Request