Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)

CORA information and Procedure:

Frequently Requested Published Items:
The Colorado Open Records Act, (CORA) C.R.S. § 24-72-201 to 206, provides that all public records shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times, except as provided in part 2 or as otherwise specifically provided by law.  It is the intention of CDOR to apply this Act in a uniform and reliable manner to comply with its provisions. View the CORA Policy.  
Records requests or requestors that cite the federal Freedom of Information Act shall be treated as though they were made pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act. Public records are those writings kept by a State Agency as required by law or administrative rule involving the receipt or expenditure of public funds.  See CRS 24-72-202 (6).  Costs may be assessed for a records request according to the service.
Please see Quick Answers for the fee and answers to your questions.
PROCEDURE - In order to respond to your requests as efficiently as possible, please read and follow the instructions:
All requests must be presented in writing and include the date, requestor’s name and mailing address, company name (if applicable), phone number, e-mail if available, a detailed list or description of the specific information being requested.
Send CORA requests through the online request form.  
Specific information is required for requests pertaining to Auto Industry Division or Liquor Enforcement Division.
Fax: 303-866-2400
Postal Mail: PO Box 17087, Room 406, Denver CO 80217-0087, Attn: CORA Records Custodian