Denver County Court


COVID-19 Update:

Filings and payment of filing fees for Pro Se parties (persons who do not have an attorney representing them on their civil matter) will be accepted by mail. Detailed information on civil filings and associated fees can be found on our website at: . Individuals who qualify to file without paying fees due to their income may also file a motion to file without payment of filing fees. This form can also be found on our website.

Mail civil filings by enclosing in an envelope with sufficient postage and include a check for your filing fee (if required) with your documents. Do NOT mail cash. Mail your documents to:

Denver County Court – Civil Division
1437 Bannock St., #135
Denver, CO 80202

The postmark date on your mailing will serve as your filing date.

 Attorneys are required to use the Denver County Court E-Filing system.

Organizations may now register for the Denver County Court E-filing system at


The Civil Division of the County Court handles cases per §13-6-101 C.R.S. et. seq.  The County Court has jurisdiction in civil actions, suits and proceedings in which the debt, damage or value of the personal property involved does NOT exceed TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND dollars ($25,000.00). Examples of the types of cases heard in County Court are those involving money, evictions, name changes, replevins, foreign judgments and nuisance abatements.