Plats, Development Plans, and related documents are some of the items required to be recorded BY the El Paso County Land Development Code.
The process itself is not difficult for the applicant. Project Managers will assist you in getting your required documents signed and recorded. After necessary paperwork is checked for sufficiency by staff and the recording fees paid, then the necessary County signatures are obtained. These may include the Board of County Commissioners Chairman, Development Services Director, etc.
If you bring in all the required copies of the approved plans and documents, then the process should move along smoothly. Although there is no guaranteed time frame, the documents are regularly brought to the Clerk and Recorders Office when ready.
Yes. If it is a plat, a copy is immediately sent to you, the applicant, in the mail, or you may wish to pick them up in person at the Development Services Office. The other documents recorded along with the plat are mailed to the applicant as they become available.