Passport Applications

U.S. PassportThe City of Golden is a designated Passport Acceptance Facility under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State.

City of Golden City Hall
911 10th Street
Golden, CO  80401

Phone: (303) 384-8000

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday
*Appointments are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins will be accommodated as scheduling allows, but walk-in service is not guaranteed. Please call (303) 384-8000 to make your appointment and ensure timely service.

Requirements

  • Applicants should fill out the US Department of State forms prior to arriving.
  • Proof of Citizenship: State certified birth certificate, previous passport, or a naturalization certificate.
  • Proof of Identity: Valid drivers license (not temporary or learner’s permit), naturalization certificate, previous U.S. passport, government issued I.D. with photo and signature, or military I.D. with photo and signature.
  • One color photograph: 2” x 2” with white background is required.  The City of Golden does not have photo services available.
  • For minors under 15: Child and both parents listed on birth certificate must be present. (See U.S. Department of State website for more information).
  • For minors 16-17: Minor and one parent listed on birth certificate must be present. (See U.S. Department of State website for more information).

Fees

  • U.S. Department of State fees for passport books, passport cards and expediting fees MUST BE paid to the U.S. Department of State by check or money order.
  • The City of Golden fees of $25 for execution must be paid to the City of Golden by cash, check, money order, Visa or Master Card.

Learn more about applying for a passport

If you have questions about your passport application, whether you’re applying for the first time, renewing your passport, obtaining a passport for a child, or need to expedite your passport for an upcoming trip, you can learn more on the U.S. Department of State website.

COG Mesa

 Golden was named after Thomas L. Golden,
a gold prospector who arrived in Jefferson County in 1858.

Additional Resources

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