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Recording Technology Board awards $21,366 to Cheyenne County

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The Department of State’s Electronic Recording Technology Board has awarded a total of $894,411.57 to Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Clear Creek, Dolores, Pueblo and Yuma Counties to continue the indexing and digitizing of county records and improve public accessibility to historical documents.

  • Arapahoe County $508,288.80
  • Cheyenne County a grant in the amount of $21,366.00 from the Electronic Recording Technology Fund
  • Clear Creek County $24,234.77
  • Dolores County $9,587.00
  • Pueblo County $277,963.00
  • Yuma County $52,972.00

The ERTB was created in 2016 with the mission of developing, maintaining, improving, replacing, or preserving land records systems in Colorado. The ERTB’s statutory authority was renewed in 2021 with new legislation that allows the board to consider security improvements for counties’ land recording systems. The grants help counties – especially in rural Colorado – invest in technological upgrades. Since its creation, the board has awarded more than $10 million to ensure county clerks are able to improve and maintain property records and other important documents.