Document drop boxes offer 24-hour convenience, security for motorists, residents and customers
County residents, motorists, property owners and even newlyweds are using Arapahoe County’s document drop boxes, a secure, 24-hour option to return important documents and conduct business.
Customers enjoy having a no-fee, 24-hour option to quickly conduct transactions while running errands, or on their daily commute. Boxes are locked and do not accept cash payments, adding to their security. Transaction times are also faster than waiting on the mail or coming in to visit a County office.
Motor Vehicle customers use the boxes to renew vehicle registration and order temporary tags, disability placards, duplicate documents, and proof of insurance documentation. Property owners and real estate professionals use the secure boxes to drop off documents to the Recording division and Assessor’s office, or to make property tax payments to the Treasurer’s office. Even newlyweds use them to drop off their marriage licenses for recording on the way to their honeymoon.
Boxes are located outside County offices in Aurora, Byers, Centennial and Littleton, their bright red coloring makes them hard to miss. The Assessor’s office also manages a drop box reserved for their office to drop off protests, abatements and exemptions, located in the secured lobby at Altura Plaza in Aurora.
Learn more about using document drop boxes for Motor Vehicle or Recording services, or on how you can use drop boxes to make payments to the Treasurer’s office, file a protest or abatement, or submit an application for a Senior or Veteran exemption to the Assessor’s office.