- Public Trustee
Effective June 1, Jefferson County Offices will reopen to the public. Please contact departments and offices directly to see if they provide services online and/or are open by appointment only. We strongly encourage wearing a face covering while visiting any county facility.
Also beginning June 1, most Jefferson County offices will be switching to a four-day business week and will be closed on Fridays. However, offices such as those related to courts and law enforcement will not be switching to this schedule. Please contact departments and offices directly for their hours of operation.
If you have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 Crisis please contact your lender’s Loss Mitigation Department regarding forbearance, loan modification or other programs that they may have available to help you avoid foreclosure.
The Jefferson County Public Trustee’s office provides services relating to real estate foreclosures and releases of deeds of trust. The Public Trustee also acts as escrow agent for collection of property taxes under a contract for deed or designates an alternate agent within the county. Get more information about the following topics:
- Search foreclosure records by property address or foreclosure number
- View reports
- Policy on how to bid at a foreclosure sale and subscribe to Alerts
- How to release a deed of trust
- Read our Resolution to Adopt and Appropriate our 2020 Budget
- Read our notice for our March 5, 2020 budget meeting
The Public Trustee has used all reasonable efforts to ensure that the pages and other information on this website do not contain any inaccurate or out-of-date information; however, we can make no guarantee or warranties as to the accuracy or the timeliness of the data. If you believe any material contained in this webpage is inaccurate, please call 303-271-8580
Other websites not affiliated with the Jefferson County Public Trustee’s office that are advertising foreclosure sales may contain inaccurate or out of date information.
Foreclosure documents are public records and are recorded with the Clerk and Recorder. Even though you may have cured your default or the foreclosure action has otherwise been withdrawn, the records remain permanently available to the public for viewing.