Category Archives: Clerk and Recorder

Baca County Courthouse Closure

Download: Courthouse Closure

In an effort to do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Baca County Public Health in coordination with the Baca County Commissioners will be closing the Baca County offices to walk-in customers starting March 24, 2020. The courthouse building will be open for scheduled court appearances. Limited county staff will be in their respective offices to take your calls and set up appointments. The “ballot drop box” located near the courthouse entrance will be available for property tax payments and license plate renewals. Please ensure that payment envelopes are sealed. Contact the individual offices for other services.

  • Commissioner’s Office: 719-523-6532
  • Health Nurse: 719-523-6621
  • Clerk and Recorder: 719-523-4372
  • Treasurer: 719-523-4262
  • Assessor: 719-523-4332
  • Court Clerk:  719.523.4555 (

50% Reduction in Non-Essential In-Person Businesses

Download: PH Order 20-24

I issue this Public Health Order (PHO or Order) pursuant to the Governor’s directive in Executive Order D 2020 013 (Ordering Colorado Employers To Reduce In-Person Workforce by Fifty Percent Due to the Presence of COVID-19 in the State) in response to the existence of hundreds of confirmed and presumptive cases of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and related deaths across the State of Colorado. Further, there is substantial evidence of community spread of COVID-19 throughout the State.

65+ Can Renew Drivers License Online

Full Information for download: Renew Online Temporary Change

Renew online:

LAKEWOOD Tuesday, March 10, 2020 On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis  announced an emergency order to help Coloradans reduce the potential spread of COVID19. Starting on March 11, 2020, the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will allow residents 65 years old and older to renew their driver license credential online. Under normal circumstances, drivers 65 and older are required to visit an office to renew their credential.

The programming will remain in place until such time as the emergency order is lifted. There are a small number of customers who may have additional restrictions because they have renewed online twice before. We will work with these customers on an individual basis to renew their credential without visiting an office.


Primary Election Hours – June 26th 2018

Primary elections for Baca County will be held on June 26th, 2018 in Baca County. You can visit our Elections page for more information and sample ballots. Here is some info you may need:


June 26, 2018 from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm


741 Main Street, Suite 3, Springfield, Colorado 81073


Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) and Drop-Off Location

Primary Election Notice – Baca County 2018

Official Notice of Baca County Primary Election

More info: Baca County Elections information page

Baca County Clerk and Recorder
Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) and Drop-Off Location
Baca County Courthouse
741 Main Street, Suite 3
Springfield, Colorado 81073

Regular Election Office Hours –
June 4 – 22 and 25 – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 23, 2018: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Election Day Office Hours on June 26, 2018: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
24/7 Drive-Up Drop Box

In accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes, Section 1-5-205, notice is hereby given that Tuesday the 26th of June a Primary Election will be held in Baca County as an all-mail ballot delivery election.

Ballots were mailed to each active registered elector the week of June 4 – 8, 2018 in accordance with C.R.S. Section 1-7.5107(3)(a)(I).

As soon as you receive your ballot you may return it the following ways:

  1. Drop your ballot off at the Baca County Clerk & Recorder’s Office at 741 Main Street, Suite 3, Springfield, CO 81073.
  2. Place adequate postage on your ballot return envelope and mail it back. Remember to allow enough time for mail delivery of your voted ballot.  All ballots must be returned to the Clerk and Recorder’s office by Election Day, June 26, 2018 by 7:00 p.m. in order to be counted, whether by hand delivery or mail delivery, or 
  1. Drop your ballot in the 24/7 Drive-Up Drop Box located in the Courthouse Driveway/Drive through, east side of the building (no postage necessary). Baca County Courthouse, 741 Main, Springfield, CO 81073.

Election Services Provided: Election Services provided at Baca County Clerk & Recorder’s Office Voter Service and Polling Center: register to vote, update voter information, receive replacement ballots; return ballots; cast a ballot either by paper or electronic voting machine; cast a provisional ballot. On-line services are located at

UNAFFILIATED VOTERS: Recent changes in Colorado law now allow unaffiliated voters to vote in a primary election.

Here is how it works:

  1. You will receive two ballots in your packet, one Democratic ballot and one Republican ballot.
  2. Choose ONLY ONE of these ballots and fill it out. Discard the ballot you won’t use.
  3. Sign your return envelope and return your ONE voted ballot in the return envelope.

Sending in two voted ballots will disqualify all of your votes.  Your vote in this election will not affiliate you with a political party.

Clerk and Recorder Closed May 21-23

The Clerk and Recorder’s office and Drivers License office will be closed for Baca County May 21-23 and will be lightly staffed on May 24 and 25th while we do training. If you need for the Clerk and Recorder’s office or Drivers License office before Memorial Day we ask that you please schedule a week ahead, May 14th – 18th.

Clerk and Recorder and Driver’s License office
Closed for training
May 21-23 and May 24-25