Washoe County Recorder
Washoe County Recorder
Kalie M. Work
1001 E. Ninth St. Bldg. A
Reno, NV 89512
Effective June 1, 2020
The Recorder's Office is working to assist you with remote resources and in-person social distancing practices. Normal office hours are 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday.
- Recording Services - In-person and electronic recording submissions will be recorded as usual during normal business hours. Alternatively, document(s) may be mailed to: Washoe County Recorder 1001 E. 9th St. A-140, Reno, NV 89512.
- Official Records Copies & Searches - Official marriage certificates and real estate records are accessible on our document copies and orders website. The research library is available upon request. Please see Recorder's staff upon arrival or request an appointment at 775-328-3660.
- General Phone Calls, Emails and Other Services - Phone calls, voicemails, and emails will be answered during normal business hours.
- We welcome your ideas, feedback, and suggestions as we re-open our office. Please visit our online survey.
For more information on Washoe County's efforts to address COVID-19, please visit https://covid19washoe.com/.
The Washoe County Recorder’s Office is dedicated to recording, permanently preserving and providing convenient access to property, mining, and marriage records. The office is also responsible for collecting real property transfer tax on transfers of real property and producing certified copies of official county records. We are committed to protecting the integrity of our County’s historical records.
Kalie M. Work serves as the Washoe County Recorder where she advocates for the use of technology to make local government more efficient, secure, and user-friendly.
We hope that you will find our website to easy to navigate. You’ll find information, forms, access to public records, and links to other departments.
We look forward to hearing your feedback.
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