Eureka County Recorder

     The Eureka County Recorder's office is responsible for managing the official public property records. The purpose in official public land records is to facilitate the research necessary to determine clear property title or the lack thereof. The management of these records are critical to the success of our economy. Our office has land transaction records dating back to 1863, prior to statehood.

In addition to land records, we also are a repository for mineral, water, and grazing rights, mining locations, maps, leases, liens, UCC's, contracts, power of attorney, etc. The office also has a complete set of the Eureka Sentinel newspaper since 1871, as well as other Eureka newspapers from the 1800's. Many researchers use our records, other documents and newspapers to assist in genealogy.

We are dedicated to preserving and protecting the official records, as they must be kept forever. To help protect the volume of information, duplicate records, via microfilm and/or digital, are kept off-site in a secure facility.

The public may access the records by visiting our office or some of the records are available on our website.

List of Recording fees

Recorder's Document Index Please Note: Online images are Not a true Official Document. Some images may be defective or damaged. Please contact our office for a true copy of the original document.

Downloadable Documents


The public can also apply for a passport through the Recorder's Office. Please call before traveling to the office so we can ensure you will bring all the correct documentation and signers are available to successfully complete the application.

Lisa Hoehne

P.O. Box 556
Eureka, NV 89316
(775) 237-5263
FAX (775) 237-5614

Recorder - Lisa Hoehne

Deputy Recorder - Crystal Hubbard

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