During the recent flooding many Coloradoans lost important documents. This information may be helpful in locating the offices and agencies that can help you replace those papers:
Did you lose any of your important personal papers in the recent flooding? If so, you may be scrambling to remember everything that needs to be replaced, as well as figuring out where to go to get replacements. The Colorado Division of Emergency Management has addressed this problem by posting a list on their blog with websites and contact information for obtaining birth, death, and marriage certificates; mortgage, property, and insurance papers; adoption, immigration, and military records; financial information; passports; drivers licenses and vehicle records; and more. Even if you were not affected by the recent flooding, this is helpful information to keep on hand in case any of your important documents are ever lost or destroyed.
Please note, the list links to a federal government website for obtaining birth, death, and marriage certificates. However, if the birth, death, marriage, or divorce occurred in Colorado, you can obtain these records from the Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment’s Vital Records Section.
[From: http://cospl.blogspot.com/2013/11/replacing-important-papers.html , published 11/14/2013]