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March 16, 2020

All Boulder County facilities are closed for business until Monday, April 20

All Boulder County facilities are closed for business until Monday, April 20

Boulder County, Colo. (March 16, 2020) - Today, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis ordered a general shutdown of public spaces to further decrease the rapid spread of COVID-19.

Colorado currently has 160 positive cases of Coronavirus, with likely thousands of undetected cases, said Gov. Polis. These measures are being put in place to help reduce the rate of transmission and the rapid rise of cases, known as 'flattening the curve." This protects the integrity of our health care system and our most vulnerable populations.

All Boulder County facilities are closed for business until Monday, April 20. With the exception of emergency response, only services that can be delivered electronically or by mail or phone will be available for the next 30 days. This includes motor vehicle registration, recording, and taxation services.

Below is a list of additional building closures and online services available to the public:

Downtown Boulder County Courthouse

1325 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colo.

Assessor's Office

Appointments can be rescheduled by emailing:

Treasurer's Office

You can Look up and Pay taxes online.

Clerk and Recorder Offices

  • 1750 33rd St. Boulder, Colo.
  • 529 Coffman St., Longmont Colo.
  • 1376 Miner's Drive, Lafayette Colo.

Most vehicle registration/tag renewals and other services are available online including: vehicle registration / tag renewals (even when expired or in the grace month), duplicate registration or title requests, address changes, disability parking, and more.

Department of Housing and Human Services

  • North Broadway Campus, 3400 North Broadway, Boulder
  • St. Vrain Community Hub, 515 Coffman Street, Longmont

Participants can sign up for and manage public assistance benefits online through Colorado Peak at Complete information is available at

Online Accessible Services

Boulder County has compiled a list of all services accessible online at Online Services. Also, check individual websites for any additional online services. For updates related to the novel coronavirus (COVII-19), go to

Message from the County Administrator Jana Petersen

This is an incredibly difficult time for all of us, but we are fortunate to be part of a resilient community. Though this situation is hard, and may get harder still, it’s important for all of us to remember that every individual action can save the lives of neighbors, family, friends, and co-workers: Practice social distancing, wash your hands frequently, take care of your mental and physical health, and find ways to stay connected virtually. We will get through this, together.