Recorder

Department Function


The recording department is required to timely record, accurately index, scan or film and preserve all records received. All documents are indexed under grantor/grantee names and are not tract indexed. Any document recorded in the real estate records of Rio Blanco County becomes public record, open to public inspection. There is no charge for individuals to search the records.

If you have questions concerning the legality of a document, consult your attorney before presenting it for recording. Members of the County Clerk's Office are not qualified legal advisers and may not give legal advice. Please present documents which are clear and legible for recording.

Rio Blanco County receives e-recording from Simplifile. If you have an interest in using e-recording for your documents, check the Simplifile website.

CSC provides a web-based eRecording solution that enables submitters to electronically record real estate documents.  Check their website at erecording.com.

Fees


View the Recording Fee Schedule (PDF) for current fees. We can not accept credit cards for recording. Call the Meeker office for additional information.