Appointment spaces for Marriage Licenses are limited, and the Old County Courthouse building remains closed due to COVID-19 restrictions. Friday appointments book quickly and may be unavailable if you do not apply 35 days prior to your ceremony. Walk-up Marriage Licenses are not able to be processed during COVID-19 closure of the building.
Apply 35 days prior to the ceremony date. If you are within that time frame:
NON-SUMMIT COUNTY RESIDENTS: You should UPS or FedEx your hard copy application to the Clerk & Recorder physical address to ensure timely delivery. If you utilize U.S. Mail (Post Office), inquire at USPS.gov or at your local post office to check for known service delays or send via UPS or FedEx. If traveling from another Colorado County, we highly encourage you to contact your home County Clerk & Recorder to apply for your Marriage License.
SUMMIT COUNTY RESIDENTS: Drop your application in any of the 5 secure 24-hour voting/ballot drop boxes located around the County:
Silverthorne: Summit County North Branch Library, 651 Center Circle
Frisco: Summit County Commons, 0037 Peak One Drive, upper entrance in rear (West) of building
Frisco: Frisco Town Hall, 1 Main Street
Breckenridge: Summit County Courthouse, 208 East Lincoln Avenue, rear (North) parking lot
Dillon: Dillon Town Hall, 275 Lake Dillon Drive
A Licensing Clerk will contact you to schedule an appointment. Friday appointments book more quickly due to travel arrangements from out-of-County couples and may not be available if application is not submitted in a timely fashion.
If all appointments are booked the week you plan to travel and get married, we will refer you to the list of the 64 Colorado County Clerks who issue Colorado Marriage Licenses CLICK HERE. If traveling from another Colorado County, we highly encourage you to contact your home County Clerk & Recorder to apply for your Marriage License.
EMAILED APPLICATIONS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED OR PROCESSED