FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Marilee Johnson, Public Information Coordinator – 970.522.0888 ext. 253
NON-FACE-TO-FACE OPTIONS FOR CONDUCTING LOGAN COUNTY BUSINESS
In order to minimize the health impacts of COVID-19, Logan County government offices have several options for completing transactions without having to enter public buildings. All offices continue to remain open during normal business hours for those who wish to conduct business in person.
Logan County Clerk’s Office
The following can be done online at www.mydmv.colorado.gov: duplicate titles, change of address, first time registration for a new vehicle, replace tabs, ADA placards, renew stickers, get a transaction receipt, and apply for a personalized plate. Motor Vehicle renewals can also be dropped off in the drive-up drop box located in the Courthouse south parking lot. (This drop box is available for use at all times.)
To record a document that can be done by mail, you can always mail the document and payment, or you can use the drive-up drop box located in the Courthouse south parking lot.
Election registrations can be done online at www.govotecolorado.gov
For more information regarding the Clerk’s Office options for online or mail transactions, contact the Clerk and Recorder at 970-522-1544 and Motor Vehicle Department at 970-522-1158.
Logan County Treasurer’s Office
Property tax payments may be mailed, or paid over the phone (970-522-2462) by credit card with a convenience fee, or online at www.logancountycoaat.com. You can also use the drive-up drop box located in the Courthouse south parking lot to pay property taxes. Remember full payments are due April 30, 2020, and second half payments are due June 15, 2020.
Logan County Fair Season Tickets
Order form submissions for Night Show season tickets may be mailed per instructions in the form, or they may be dropped off in the drive-up drop box located in the Courthouse south parking lot. Deadline to purchase season tickets is Wednesday, March 18, 2020. For more information call 970-522-0888, ext. 222.
Logan County Department of Human Services
Documents or verification proof for assistance programs only (for example: food assistance, medical assistance, Colorado Works, etc.) can be emailed to email@example.com. DO NOT use this email address to report fraud referrals, child or adult protection issues, or to ask questions about your case as this email is NOT monitored.
To apply for LEAP (Low Income Energy Assistance Program) to help pay your home heating costs, contact Logan County Department of Human Services (DHS) at 970-522-2194 for an emailed application, as well as for all other information regarding DHS options for online or non-face-to-face transactions.