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Office Building  Office Information

Salt Lake County Recorder
2001 South State Street, Suite #N1-600
Salt Lake City, Utah 84190
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Recorder's Office Assistance:
Questions? If you need a response or assistance please e-mail us at Recorder Questions.
Please note that our office is not permitted to carry out title searches or give any legal advice.
Office Hours:
Monday-Friday : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(Recording & Research, Maps & Copies)
Note: The Recorder's office does not accept credit cards. All payments must be made by cash or check.

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Adam Gardiner, Recorder   Adam Gardiner, Recorder

Adam Gardiner, Recorder

Adam Gardiner


News  News and Updates

News and Updates

We are now accepting credit & debit cards for in-person transactions only.

There will be 5 business days to review plats.

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Free website training offered the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. 10:00am. Website Training.

News and Updates

Our Mission Statement

                The mission of the Salt Lake County Recorder’s Office is to record and protect the citizen’s right to hold and own real property by maintaining comprehensive, accurate and searchable records of all property transactions, and ensuring a permanent chain of title.

  Notice and Disclaimer

All documents presented for recordation are made available to the public according to County, State and
Federal Law.

Maps available from the Recorder's Office are not intended to represent actual physical property lines. To establish exact physical boundaries a survey of the property may be necessary.

The compilations of materials on this website are copyright property of Salt Lake County and Recorder's Department.

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  History & Functions

Salt Lake City

The foundation of what was to become the recorder’s office was laid in 1215 A.D. with the signing in medieval England of the Magna Carta that provided for state protection of land ownership.

History    |   Functions