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.
NEW!! EUREKA NEWSPAPERS
Take a step back in time and read about the events from Eureka's history. We are providing the historical newspapers online. The dates range from 1871 to 2017. These newspapers include Eureka Daily Republican (1878), Silver Plume (1877), Republican Press (1884-1885), Ruby Hill Mining News (1881), Eureka Daily Sentinel (1871-1887), and Eureka Sentinel (1888-2017). There are large date gaps. More issues will be provided, as we progress in converting microfilm to digital images.
As you review the issues, please keep in mind that some issues are over 140 years old. Some images are not as clear as we would like but are the best we can obtain from the microfilm. The clarity of the images will vary depending on your monitor resolution and may be better if you print the issue.
Eureka Sentinel Newspaper Search
Please continue to check back for additional issues.
The Recorder's Office is also a Passport Acceptance Facility. All forms are available in the office or on the Travel.State.Gov website. Please call
before traveling to the office so we can ensure you bring all the correct documentation and that signers are available to successfully complete the
Travelers must have a Real ID Act-compliant ID in order to board a domestic flight starting October 1, 2020. If you do not, you cannot
board your flight.
For those who do not get a Real ID through Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), there are other IDs that are Real ID Act-compliant, such as a U.S.
pasport book or card.
For more information on the Real ID Act, please visit: https://www.dhs.gov/real-id
Learn About Your Destination:
Learn about your destination entry requirements at: https://travel.state.gov click on the "Find International
Travel Information" and enter the country you are traveling to in the "Learn about your destination" field. This is important as countries have different
You can either appear in person at the Recorder's Office and complete the forms or go to https://travel.state.gov
and click on "Get a U.S. Passport". From there you will find information and videos on the process, forms, and the fees. After completing the form(s),
bring them to the Recorder's Office along with the passport photos, documentation, and payments for the fees.
Fees: Click Here for Passport Fee Information
If your passport is not more than 15 years old from the issue date, you can renew the passport by using the Form DS-82. You can obtain a form from the
Recorder's Office or online at: https://travel.state.gov. The renewal form does not need to be processed through
the Recorder's Office. It can be mailed by you.
Back to Eureka County Home Page