Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)
Town Clerk is the official custodian of Town records
Town Clerk is responsible for maintaining all historical, administrative, operational and legal documents for the Town. As the records custodian, the intent is the protection of the integrity of the record and to hold the record in trust for all citizens with full disclosure and transparency. Additionally, the custodian has an obligation to provide prompt and equitable service to those requesting access to public records.
Who needs to complete a CORA request?
How to request a record
To request records, please complete and submit the Public Records Request Form and email your request to the Town Clerk. The Clerk's office is the facilitator for public records requests and coordinates responses from multiple departments within the Town. Requests must be specific to documents requested as well as the dates covered by the request. Requests that are broad in scope or general in nature will delay a response to your request.
Record requests are normally completed within three business days, beginning the first business day after the request was filed. This initial three-day period may be extended by an additional seven business day extension due to extenuating circumstances. Public record requests are completed electronically unless otherwise determined.
Open bid opportunities and RFPs
The Town of Castle Rock has partnered with BidNet as part of the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System to post open solicitations and bid opportunities. Vendor registration allows open access to current bids and opportunities in addition to RFPs, RFQs and posted addendums. The Town of Castle Rock cannot be held responsible for incorrect information, nor can it attest to the accuracy of information found on Non-BidNet, third party websites. Always refer to BidNet for accurate, complete and current bid information.