Gabriella Cázares-Kelly

How to Record a Document

You can now easily search, record and receive your documents online from your home or office and easily pay any recording fees from any device. Our updated and streamlined Records Management System increases transparency and accessibility through our new self-service Document Recording portal.

Documents received after 3 p.m. Tucson time will be recorded the next business day.

If the document is complete, meets the Arizona statutory Recording Requirements, and the proper fees have been paid, we will record your document and make it a matter of permanent public record.

Our Recording experts will enter the document’s pertinent information to create an index so that you can locate it in the future. Your original document will be returned to the address you provide us. If the original document is ever lost or misplaced, a certified copy may be obtained from our office.

Other ways you can record your documents:

In person:
Pima County Recorder’s Downtown Office (Map)
240 N Stone Avenue
Tucson AZ 85701

Pima County Recorder’s Eastside Office (Map)
6920 E Broadway Blvd
Suite D
Tucson AZ 85710

By mail:
Pima County Recorder
P.O. Box 3145
Tucson AZ 85702-3145

UPS or FedEx:
Pima County Recorder
240 N Stone Avenue
Tucson AZ 85701
Note: If recording by mail, please include the document with original signatures, and a check or money order for the correct amount, according to the recording fee schedule

These third-party providers are currently offering e-recording in Pima County. If you are interested in e-recording, please contact one of these vendors.

Data Services, Inc.
Phone: 520-618-7411
Website: dsipro.com
Email: info@dsipro.com

eRecording Partners Network
Phone: 888-325-3365
Website: erecordingpartners.net
Email: sales@erecordingpartners.net

CSC eRecording Solutions
Kevin Kinderman
Phone: 866-652-0111
Website: cscglobal.com
Email: erecording@cscglobal.com

Phone: 800-460-5657
Website: simplifile.com
Email: sales@simplifile.com

Advantages of E-Recording

  • Reduced labor, materials, postage and courier costs
  • Shortened time gap to recordation
  • Faster and easier to fix rejected submissions
  • Increased security in sending and receiving documents
  • Improved tracking and filing of documents

Helpful links:

  • Start your records search Search for documents recorded since 1982. Or, for older documents, use our Historical Index Search.
  • Fees: See our Fee schedule for costs for Recording services.
  • Become a Subscriber: For those who regularly purchase our documents online, you may want to become a Web Subscriber.
  • Document Pickup: See your options for obtaining your documents.
  • Bulk Subscription: If you download large numbers of documents, you should consider becoming a Bulk Subscriber. This service lets you access and download daily images of recorded documents. You’ll also get one download at the end of the calendar year of all the Special Indexing Project documents.


Call 520-724-4350 or email recorder@recorder.pima.gov