Search Public Records in Stanislaus County, CA. Results May Include: Marriage and Divorce Records, Criminal Records, Birth and Death Records, Probate Documents, Land Records, Arrests, Addresses, Liens and Judgments.
Located in the Central Valley of California, Stanislaus County has a population of 514,453 and an area of 1,515 square miles. The county is divided by the San Joaquin River, which flows northward. The county was formed in 1854 from part of Tuolumne County, and had four different county seats in the first eight years. Finally, Modesto became the county seat in 1871 and remains so to this day.
The County Clerk and Recorder’s office provides access to real property documents, records, and business filings. The County Clerk and Recorder processes birth records, death records, marriage licenses and records, document filings, recordings of real property, and passports, provides certified copies of vital statistics, and conducts civil wedding ceremonies.
The County ClerkRecorder is also accountable for examination and recording of documents presented to the office that are linked to establishing ownership of land in the county or as required by law. The County ClerkRecorder ensures that a vital link to the past is maintained by indexing and archiving documents of legal, commercial and historical significance to provide public access to unblemished and accurate records within the county.
Official records are recorded, scanned, indexed and stored. The public may search and view a copy of these records; this can be done online or by visiting the recorder’s office in person. To do a public records search online, visit the Stanislaus County ClerkRecorder Website. Records that are not available through the website can be accessed by visiting the recorder’s office at:
1021 I Street, Suite 101
Modesto, CA 95354
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