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Public Records/Maps
IMPORTANT
Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the public information data and graphic representations, Adams County cannot be responsible for consequences resulting from any omissions or errors contained herein. Adams County assumes no liability whatsoever associated with the use or misuse of this data.

Assessor

Clerk & Recorder

Front Range Airport

Interactive Maps

Please note: The retired Web Map has been replaced with two options below (Basic Web Map & Advanced Web Map). Please be aware these links can/will change over time as we upgrade and expand our online map offerings.  Please replace any existing bookmarks with a bookmark to this page to access current GIS mapping applications.

  • Basic Web Map
    The basic web map delivers a simple map to help you easily find the most requested county information. Works with IE9 (and above) and Firefox with Silverlight installed; it will not work with Google Chrome.
  • Basic Web Map (Optimized for Mobile Devices)
    A duplicate Basic Web Map optimized for hand-held devices. Is HTML5 compliant and should work on most devices.
  • Advanced Web Map
    This mapping application provides a comprehensive set of data layers for Adams County's geographic area. Works with IE9 (and above) and Firefox with Silverlight installed; it will not work with Google Chrome. 

Neighborhood Services

Planning & Development
  • Land Survey Plats
    All Land Survery Plats are recorded by the Planning and Development Department. All pages must be submitted on 18"x24" Mylar. The recording charge is $10 per page. (No other fees required.)
  • Permit Center 

Transportation
  • Permit Center
  • Snow Routes - This map shows the snow plow routes that are maintained by the Adams County Highway Department. The red routes depict the primary routes.  These routes are plowed in every storm and are the most important to keep maintained through a storm.  They provide access to hospitals, schools, fire stations and other public buildings.  The blue routes are the secondary routes and are only done if it is safe for the Highway Department to stop plowing the primary routes.  Please be aware that the Adams County Highway Department is only responsible for streets in the unincorporated areas.

Treasurer

Voter Information