Wednesday, April 30, 2008

New County Recorder's Office in Henderson!

New Services Available in Henderson and Northwest -- Clark County Recorder's Branch Offices Open!!! Here is the recent article from the Clark County Sandstone Online May Issue

Northwest Las Vegas and Henderson residents who need to record documents, obtain certified copies of marriage certificates, or research official records now have fast and convenient alternatives to take care of their business with the Clark County Recorder’s Office.
Clark County Recorder Debbie Conway announced the opening of two branch offices that are bringing her office’s services closer to residents. The branch office in Henderson opened April 7, and the northwest Las Vegas branch office is already open.

Locations: The offices are at the Dona Maria Plaza, 3211 N. Tenaya Way Suite 118 in Las Vegas, which is near the intersection of Cheyenne Avenue and Tenaya Way, and at the Stephanie Promenade, 245 Stephanie St. Suite B in Henderson, which is near the intersection of Stephanie Street and American Pacific Drive.

These branch offices are sharing space with the County Assessor’s Office, which already has staff at these locations. “We are always looking for ways to better serve our residents,” Conway said. “These offices will allow citizens to conveniently conduct their business within their community.”
“This is a great opportunity for us to share our resources to bring services closer to residents,” Clark County Assessor Mark Schofield said.
Hours: Both offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The offices close from noon to 12:30 p.m. daily for lunch.

Services: At the Recorder’s Office branch offices residents will be able to record up to five documents per customer (no maps); research records or obtain certified copies of documents recorded from April 2004 to present; research marriage records from 1909 to present; and obtain certified copies of marriage certificates recorded from 1984 to present. (Records research sessions are limited to 15 minutes per customer if other customers are waiting.) For more information call the Recorder’s Office at 455-4336 or visit the Recorder’s Office Web site at

All of the Assessor’s Office services available at the main downtown office are also available at the branch offices. Having both the Assessor’s and Recorder’s staffs together in the branch offices also means residents can complete some filings that involve both offices. For example, obtaining and recording Homestead forms and applying for veterans’ exemptions and recording military discharge papers.