County Clerk and Recorder
Pamela M. Bacon
The Recording Department is responsible for processing and preserving documents presented for public record. Recorded documents in the office range from 1865 to the present. Most of the documents are available electronically. Included in the records are: real estate records, military discharges, school records (limited information), subdivision maps, marriage licenses and civil unions. In addition to housing recorded documents, the recording department issues marriage licenses and civil unions.
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Documents are recorded in the order received, either physically or electronically. All documents received on any business day after 4:00 p.m. will be processed in the order they are received on the next business day. For more information contact the Clerk's Office.
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|Recording Fee Schedule Revised 1-1-2017.pdf||29.44 KB|