Time for registration at State Parks
May 18, 2001
E-Registration, available at http://www.coloradoparks.org. Annual registration
renewal can now be done online, meaning life for the 192,000 boat, OHV and
snowmobile owners just got a whole lot easier.
“Colorado State Parks e-Registration is another example of how we’re trying
to make government smarter and more efficient,” State Parks Deputy Director
Tom Kenyon said. “By automating the renewal process and making it available
online, we can make more efficient use of our resources while improving
service to Coloradans. That’s smart e-government.”
Registered owners receive an annual renewal notification card via the mail.
All the information they need to renew online is available on their renewal
card. Once users of e-Registration have entered their payment information,
they receive a printable, temporary permit that allows them to get out and
enjoy the outdoors immediately. Registered owners will receive their registration certificate and decals in seven to10 business days.
“Colorado State Parks e-Registration provides a quick and easy way to renew
registrations and will cut down on the lines at our over-the-counter service
centers during the Memorial Day weekend rush,” State Parks Field Services Manager David Hause said. “That frees up our resources to process first-time registrations more efficiently.”
Under Colorado law, operators of these vehicles and vessels must renew their
registration every year. The revenue from these registrations is used to
fund boat safety programs, trail improvements and many other services.
Registered owners can also renew their registration via mail.