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Alamosa County Background Check (Colorado)

Alamosa County Criminal Records (Colorado)


An Alamosa County Colorado Criminal Check includes the last seven years of criminal history and will reveal convictions and delayed judgments. Searches will be conducted in the County and District Courts on Felony and Misdemeanor charges. The average turnaround time is between 1-4 days. However, certain county criminal background checks could take longer due to the court procedure or when additional documents require ordering. Counties with more time to process than average: None reported at the moment.

Alamosa County, Colorado Overview

Alamosa County is located in the U.S. state of Colorado. The county was created in 1913 and was named for the cottonwood trees in the Rio Grande and its tributaries. Alamosa is a Spanish word meaning the cottonwood grove. It is the county seat of Alamosa. As per the U.S. Census Bureau of 2013, the county is home to around 16,253 residents. Based on the U.S. Census Bureau, the county covers 723 square miles, out of which 723 square miles are terrain and 0.7 square miles is water. Alamosa County borders the following counties: Saguache County, Colorado, to the north; Huerfano County, Colorado, to the east; Costilla County, Colorado, to the southeast; Conejos County, Colorado, to the southwest as well as Rio Grande County, Colorado to the west. Alamosa County has two zip codes. The zip codes for Alamosa County are 81101 and 81102.

Alamosa County Secretary and Recorder's Office Information

Alamosa County Clerk and Recorder's Office is accountable for recording real estate transactions, marriage licenses, vehicle and titling vehicles, liquor licenses, license plates for cars, and preserving birth and death and other important documents. This Clerk and Recorder's Office is also responsible for registering voters and conducting general, primary, and municipal elections and school district elections.

The records kept at Alamosa County are available for the public to see and peruse. You must submit the form for public records to access this service. It is necessary to include information like your name, business, address, city and zip code, state and phone number, the name of the document(s) you want to obtain or request, etc., on the form.




Updated on 2023-05-26 12:18:49 by larry coleman

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