Electronic Recording of Documents (eRecording)

eRecording enables submitters and receivers to create, sign, transmit, record, index, archive and return the original document – all without ever touching a piece of paper. eRecording increases the speed decreases the cost and improves the accuracy of document filing.

Entities interested in eRecording may contact a third-party vendor already contracted with the County OR build their own interface.

Interested in building and maintaining your own interface? Please complete the eRecording Submitter Memorandum of Understanding and email [email protected] for your next steps.