Recording

Recording Fees are Increasing July 25, 2021

Due to recently passed legislation, recording fees for most documents will increase. Documents received on or after this effective date must include the correct fee to be promptly recorded.

Schedule of Fees Effective July 25, 2021 (PDF)

In-Person Customer Service Closed

To reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community, all in-person customer service operations are closed to the public. Please see the best options to access our services here.

Snohomish County Recording is primarily responsible for recording real property transactions (deeds, mortgages, real estate contracts, liens, and releases), recording plats and surveys, and issuing and recording marriage licenses.