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FAQs - Businesses

Land classification - How do I get my lands classified as agriculture?

If you believe your property qualifies for classification as agriculture property (see 

Change Address - How do I change my mailing address?

Written requests for address changes can be submitted to the Assessor's office or the Treasurer's

VIN Inspection: Where do I get a VIN inspection?

La Plata County Motor Vehicles has an inspector on-site (Durango office only): Those hours are Monday - Friday: 8:00am -11:30am & 12:00pm – 4:00pm.

Notary Public - Does your office have a Notary Public?

Yes, there is a notary at the Clerk & Recorder's Office at 98 Everet Street, Durango.  There is also a notary at the Information Desk at the La Plata County Courthousem, 1060 E 2nd Avenue,

Board meeting - Can I access a live Board meeting?

Yes live streaming is available during various public meetings.

Archive public meeting - Can I access an archive of public meetings?

Yes. The County has an archive of public meetings on our website. You can access this information at http://laplatacountyco.iqm2.com/Citizens/Calendar.aspx.

Marriage FAQ's

Marriage License FAQ’s

Marriage licenses are available from the La Plata County Clerk and Recorder’s office located in Bodo at 98 Everett Street Ste C Durango, Monday through Friday 8:00am- 4:30pm.

Property Value - How can my value go up so much in one year?

Property is revalued in Colorado every two years.

How are my registration/renewal fees calculated?

The notice you receive when it is time to renew your license lists information about your vehicle, the Taxable Value (TX VAL), the License Fee (LIC.FEE) and the Specific Ownership Tax (OWN.TX)

New Business - Where can I locate?

If your business will be located in the unincorporated areas of La Plata County, you must have the appropriate land use and building permits, as well as a valid Certificate of Occupancy prior to st

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