Police RecordsPlease note, the information on this page does not apply to Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA). To request copies of a police report please visit CSPD’s Records Request Unit webpage or call 719-444-7521 for more information.
City Records under the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)
Requests should be as detailed as possible including date, type of record, etc. If the document name is unknown, provide brief, but specific description of the document or information requested (note date of issuance and location of the document, if known). A request which is broad, vague, or too voluminous may cause a delay in the time it takes to produce the records.
If the records are available pursuant to C.R.S. 24-72-201 et seq., the records shall be made available for inspection within three working days of receipt of the request. If extenuating circumstances exist, the period may be extended up to an additional seven working days. The requestor will be notified of the extension within the first three days of receipt of the request by the City of Colorado Springs.
Request a City Record
*Note: If do not receive an email confirmation of your submittal, please check your SPAM box.
Request by Mail: 30 S. Nevada Ave. Suite 606, MC 660, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Questions? Please call City Communications at (719) 385-5906 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pay for CORA Records
All payments must be paid to Accounts Receivable by cash, check, credit card or money order in the exact amount. Please contact Accounts Receivable to submit your payment. Make checks payable to “City of Colorado Springs.”
In person or by mail:
30 S. Nevada Ave., Suite 203
PO Box 1575, Mail Code 250
Colorado Springs, CO 80901-1575
About CORA Fees
In accordance with C.R.S. § 24-72-205(5)(a), the City will charge the requestor when a request is made that requires more than two (2) hour of staff time to locate, gather and produce records.
By filing a CORA request, the requester acknowledges that there may be charges associated with their request. The requestor will be informed of the estimated cost, and have an opportunity to withdraw or modify the request, prior to costs being incurred. Requestors must pay final costs before receipt of documents.
If more than two (2) hours of staff time is believed to be necessary to process a records request, the City will attempt to provide an estimated invoice to the requestor prior to final invoice. The City may require payment of a fifty percent (50%) deposit of the estimated invoice prior to compilation of records at the custodian’s discretion. If a fifty percent (50%) deposit is requested, the City will contact the requestor to communicate this requirement and provide further details. At the completion of disclosure, the requestor will be required to pay the final actual cost of retrieval and production in excess of the fifty percent (50%). If the final actual costs of retrieval and production do not exceed the fifty percent (50%) deposit, the City will refund the remaining deposit to the requestor. Final invoices left unpaid for 30 days will result in closure of the CORA request.
|Photocopies or Printouts per C.R.S §24-72-205(5)|
$0.25 per 8 ½” x 11” standard size or actual cost for documents larger than standard size
Oversized Maps / Plans - actual cost
Photographs - actual cost
|Research and Retrieval/Compilation of Requested|
|$30.00 per hour in 15 minute increments|
|Data Manipulation per C.R.S. §24-72-205(3)||Actual cost|
|Off-site Records Retrieval||50% of actual cost to retrieve the records|
from off-site storage facility
|Audiotape, Videotape or Other Magnetic Tape||Actual cost to reproduce|
|On-site Record Inspection||$30.00 per hour for staff time|