Boulder County Colorado Marriage Records

Search For Marriage Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Boulder County Clerk Offices
Boulder County Clerk1750 33rd StreetBoulderCO80301303-413-7770
Boulder County Clerk1376 Miners DriveLafayetteCO80026303-413-7700
Colorado State Clerk1777 6th StreetBoulderCO80302303-441-3750
Boulder County Town & City Halls
Boulder City Hall118 Main StreetBoulderCO80302303-449-1806
Jamestown Town Hall118 MAIN StJamestownCO80455303-449-1806
Lafayette City Hall415 North 111th StreetLafayetteCO80026303-665-5588
Louisville City Hall749 Main StLouisvilleCO80027303-666-6565
Lyons Town Hall432 5th AvenueLyonsCO80540303-823-6622
Nederland Town Hall45 West 1st StreetNederlandCO80466303-258-3266
Superior Town Hall124 East Coal Creek DriveSuperiorCO80027303-499-3675
Boulder County Marriage License Office
Boulder County Marriage License1750 33rd StreetBoulderCO80301303-413-7770
Boulder County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Website
Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office County Records
Boulder County Divorce Certificates
Boulder County Marriage Applications
Boulder County Marriage Certificates & Records
Boulder County Recording Division County Records
Carnegie Library Archives
Longmont Public Library Database


Married Couples58,828 (47.1%)
Unmarried Couples7,858 (2.6%)
Never Married Men54,520 (41.1%)
Never Married Women45,077 (34.1%)
Separated Men997 (0.8%)
Separated Women1,474 (1.1%)
Widowed Men2,198 (1.7%)
Widowed Women7,235 (5.5%)
Divorced Men12,049 (9.1%)
Divorced Women16,708 (12.6%)

How Do I Search For Marriage Records?

Marriage Records in Boulder County Colorado is maintained by the Colorado Vital Statistics Office. Colorado Marriage Records in Boulder County covers those in the City of Boulder as well as the counties of Weld, La Broomfield, and Parker. These records are confidential, and there is a fee to have access to them. You can get Colorado marriage records online for free, but you will probably not get very much information. Marriage Records are maintained for the exclusive use of the individual parties (the husband and wife), their parents, and anyone else who has an interest in the marriage or the history of the marriage.

You can locate Colorado Marriage Records at various official government agencies, such as the Colorado Vital Statistics Office or the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The Vital Statistics Office offers a free service and the other two have reasonable charges. They also offer free online searches, but the information is limited and you might not be able to find what you are looking for, especially if you are restricted by the location of the record. Because the files are stored in the state, they are organized by county, which is where the Office of the Clerk Recorder in each county stores the records. Statewide, you can find access to records at the Office of the Governor, which is the state office that maintains the records.

The first place most people look for marriage records is the Court House of the county where the marriage took place. If this is the case, you should visit the building and ask for the records, or try to call the court house to see if they have the information you need. Marriage license records are available online as well. However, to get more information, you usually need to send a written request, and in some cases, it may take a while before you receive anything.

There are several web sites that provide these records, but you need to be careful about who you are doing business with. Beware of any service that asks for confidential information. There are plenty of reputable places that provide access to many different types of public information and do so confidentially. This is the safest way to search for someone’s records. Marriage records can tell the happy married couple many things about their history, including the parents and children, the ages at which the union was entered into and the names of those involved.

If you want to save money, you can find services that offer to let you search the records for free. In many cases, you will only get limited information, such as the names of the people and their ages at the time of the marriage. This is because each county registers only the marriage of its own residents, so if there is no record in your county, the service will not be able to find it. Keep in mind that the fee that you pay will depend on what information you want. For example, the fee will go up considerably if you want to search through many records. Usually, the fee is not more than $20, so unless you are really into searching, it is probably not worth the price.

Of course, if you are looking for unlisted marriage records, this will cost more. However, you may still be able to obtain it for much cheaper than you imagine. Many online companies only charge a small one-time fee, allowing you unlimited access to their information. They also have access to more data than most brick-and-mortar companies, making it possible to find more details about people with much more limited searches.