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Chuck Broerman
(719) 520-6202
Fax Number: (719) 520-6212

Location: 1675 West Garden of the Gods
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri
(Except Holidays)
Clerk & Recorder

30-Day public comment period on commissioner district boundary changes ends June 11, 2015. Please click on the maps below for a full view of each proposed option.
Click here to send your comments on the proposed changes.


The Clerk and Recorder has developed three options for changes to the County Commissioners’ districts.  At the May 12 meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, the proposals were presented, beginning a thirty-day public comment period.

“We are committed to a fair and transparent process where citizens can participate and make their voice heard on the direction of our county and the electoral process,” said Clerk Chuck Broerman.

Please click on the maps above for a full view of the proposed districts.  Your comments are welcome and can be made by contacting Clerk and Recorder Chief Deputy/PIO Ryan Parsell at or 719-520-7322 by June 11, 2015.

El Paso County has five commissioner districts that are subject to population realignment no more than once every two years.  The 2015 Commissioner Redistricting Process was necessary as the deviation in population between districts is currently greater than 4% and under Colorado law, they must be relatively equal in population.   

The Clerk and Recorder also presented a map showing proposed changes to precincts at the BOCC meeting on May 12.  The Board then approved the reprecincting changes. To view the map, click here. 

Clerk Chuck Broerman said, “I would like to thank the representatives of the Democratic and Republican parties who worked with my office to produce a bipartisan precinct map that will serve all the citizens of El Paso County.”

Colorado law invests each county’s Clerk and Recorder with the authority to create precincts that contain between 1,500 and 2,000 active eligible voters, so long as the plan is approved by the Board of County Commissioners.  Precincts help elections administrators determine for which offices, ballot questions, and issues an elector is eligible to vote.


The Clerk has four branch offices to serve you.  Check which office has the least time to wait by clicking the image below.  It will link to a screen with current wait times. Hit the branch and a drop-down will show the wait time for each service offered.

Clerk to the Court

Please note, our office does not handle court matters. If you have a question for the CLERK TO THE COURT (including divorces, child support, adoption, criminal and civil cases, transcripts, jury duty, name change) please contact or call (719) 452-5000.

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Locations and Hours
All four locations of the El Paso County Clerk & Recorder’s Office offer Motor Vehicle, Recording, Marriage/Civil Union Licenses, and Elections services.

Citizens Service Center
1675 W. Garden of the Gods
West of Centennial

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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Centennial Hall
200 S. Cascade
Cascade Ave and Vermijo

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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Southeast Powers
5650 Industrial Place
Powers Blvd and Airport Road

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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

North Union Town Center
8830 N. Union Blvd
Research Pkwy and Union Blvd

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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


  • Clerk to BOCC
    Access information on Board of County Commissioners Meetings: Agendas and Backup Materials, live Internet Audio Stream (see Agendas for Meeting dates and times), and archived audio for each Agenda item.
  • Election Department
    Access voter services such as voter registration and polling place locator; review information on this year's elections including the calendar, sample ballot, Mail-in Ballot application and results; as well as find information on election judges, student election judges, previous election results, and more. 
  • Motor Vehicle Department
    Review samples of the most common types of license plates; locate basic forms and various plate applications; and find information on emissions, insurance, disabled parking privileges, new resident requirements, and more. 
  • Recording Department
    Search our grantor/grantee index database, obtain requirements for marriage/civil union licenses, review recording and copy fees and view information about the release of military records.
  • E-Vault
    Retrieve archived data such as sample ballots, election results, marriage statistics, erecording statistics and other facts and figures.

Assistance, Comments, Questions?

Please send us your questions, concerns, or comments via e-mail.
All e-mail received will be responded to in a timely manner.

Elections: (719) 575-VOTE (8683)
Liz Olson, Manager

Motor Vehicle: (719) 520-6240
Chris Myszkowski, Manager

Recording: (719) 520-6200
Jimmie Van Buskirk, Manager

Clerk to the Board: (719) 520-6430
Vicki Ratterree, Manager

Chief Deputy/Media Requests:
(719) 520-7322
Cell (719) 351-9626
Ryan Parsell, Chief Deputy, Public Information Officer

Operations: (719) 520-6278
Mary Bartelson, Manager

The Clerk & Recorder Now Accepts All Major Credit Cards