Boulder City and County Records
Scope and Contents
Includes Water Licenses (1897-1914), Water and Sewer Charges (1897-1914), City Cash Books (1893-1914), Burial Permits and Dog Licenses (1879-1895), Police and Justice Court Dockets (1882-1926), departmental records and other material.
- Creation: 1879 - 1926
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This collection is open for access.
Conditions Governing Use
Limited duplication of materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.
Biographical / Historical
Boulder is the eleventh most populous city in the state of Colorado. It is the seat of Boulder County and the home to the University of Colorado Boulder, founded in 1877. The City and County of Boulder are located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountain Range and feature the Flatirons rock formation. Historically the home of Native American tribes, including the Southern Arapaho, Utes, Cheyennes, Comanches, and Sioux, Boulder was first settled by non-native peoples in 1858 during the Colorado Gold Rush. Officially part of the Nebraska Territory, Boulder became part of the Colorado Territory in 1861 upon that territory’s creation by the United States Congress. The city of Boulder was first incorporated in 1871.
9 linear feet
Language of Materials
Official records of the City and County of Boulder on permanent loan from the Boulder Pioneer Museum.
Collection is split into two series, Ledgers and Boulder Records. Ledgers are arranged alphabetically and then chronologically. The Boulder Records series was kept in the original order.
- Edited and reformatted; Jeffrey Wermer, December 2012; uploaded by Jennifer Sanchez to Archives Space 2017
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Boulder Colorado 80503 United States