Lookup Public Records in Plumas County, California. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Plumas County, California Overview
Plumas County is a county located in the state of California. The county was formed in 1854. Named after the Spanish words for the Feather River (Río de las Plumas), which flows through the county, the county seat is Quincy and it has a population of 18859 as of 2013. The county has a total area of 2613 square miles, with its land area encompassing 2553 square miles, and its water area 60 square miles. Moreover, Plumas County borders the following counties: Sierra County, CA to the south; Butte County, CA to the west; Lassen County, CA to the northeast; Shasta County and Tehama County, CA to the northwest, and; Yuba County, CA to the southwest.
Plumas County Clerk Information
Duties and responsibilities of the County Clerk – Recorder Department’s Recorder Division include:
- Issuing marriage licenses and performing short ceremonies
- Maintaining registries for process servers, legal document assistants, and unlawful detainers
- Processing fictitious business name statements filings as well as environmental documents including notices of determination
- Processing notary public filings
- Recording all land title documents, liens, mining claims, and veteran’s documents
- Registering vital statistics including births, deaths, and marriages
You can grab a copy of any vital record thru VitalChek. The fee to process a credit card transaction for a copy of a vital record – Birth, Death or Marriage through VitalChek Services is $7 per transaction. Alternatively, you can send a mailed request to their office. Complete the Application for a Certified Copy included with the document available in their website. Complete the Sworn Statement of the applicant identifying his/her relationship to the individual(s) named on the certificate and then sign it in the presence of the Plumas County Clerk-Recorder staff at the Recorder’s office if you’re doing it in person. By mail, you’ll have to complete the Sworn Statement and sign it in the presence of a Notary Public who will complete the Certificate of Acknowledgment and include it with your application. The Assessor’s Office allows an online parcel search for checking secured-roll property values, land values, improvement values, and more.
Below is the physical address of the Clerk-Recorder’s Office:
520 Main Street Room 102
Quincy, CA 95971
Ph: (530) 283-6218
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Court Records Information
Typically, a search request is completed in 5 to 7 business days (excluding Holidays, court closure days, and weather providing) from the date the court receives the request. Record search requests must be submitted in writing or in person and must include a self addressed stamped envelope and with $15.00 fee per search request. A single request can contain multiple names or case numbers. The Clerk’s office cannot provide copies of police/arrest/incident reports transcripts, warrants, and confidential documents.
Plumas County Recorder
County Government Office
Address: 520 Main St # 102, Quincy, CA 95971, United States