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NOTICE – March 18, 2020

Click here for U.S. Department of State travel advisories and country-specific COVID-19 information.

Consistent with guidelines issued by the White House and Colorado Governor Jared Polis, Douglas County has closed most County buildings effective March 17. County departments and offices will be staffed to support county operations. County services will continue during this closure, the duration of which has yet to be determined.

The Recording office is currently closed to the public until further notice and Passport Services are currently NOT available.

Taking a trip and need to apply for a passport?  The Douglas County Recording Division is an acceptance agency for new passports. Please click here for information on passport renewals.  For your convenience, Douglas County offers passport photography services on-site for a fee of $8.

Click here for a printable passport brochure.

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Here’s a current list of travel warnings and alerts you should be aware of and current processing times for passports.

To get started, complete the passport forms online or visit the Douglas County Recording Division.  Due to high demand for passports, all forms need to be completed and all applicants and necessary parties must be present before you will be added to the list to be served during our acceptance hours. Check the current wait times at the Douglas County Recording Office.

Are any of the applicants a minor? Children under the age of 16 must apply in person for a passport, even if they have had one before.

Costs vary based on whether the applicant needs a passport book, passport card, or if any additional services are requested.

Please click here for answers to frequently asked questions.