At Burial (for the funeral director or person acting as such)
Receive a Disposition Permit and an Private Land Burial Affidavit from the local office of vital statistics. Complete the Affidavit of Private Burial along with the bottom portion of the Disposition Permit as required by Colorado Revised Statute 25-2-111 .
Submit the Disposition Permit to the County Clerk and Recorder to be signed by a deputy registrar, and the Affidavit of Private Burial to be recorded into the records of the Delta County Clerk and Recorder (recording fee applies). Receive a copy of the signed Disposition Permit and the recorded Affidavit of Private Burial for the land owner’s records.
NOTE: The funeral director or person acting as such is responsible for ensuring the remains are properly embalmed or refrigerated if disposition does not occur within 24 hours.