Record a Document

State law requires that certain documents (including deeds, leases, and plats) be recorded with the County Auditor. The recording process provides notice to the public and assists in determining ownership and other claims.

1. Review your document for formatting requirements

  • All documents submitted for recording in Washington State must follow certain formatting requirements. Review the formatting requirements here.
  • Some maps, plans, and surveys may have additional requirements. View the requirements checklists here.

2. Review fees 

  • Recording costs are set by state law and vary based on document type and number of pages. Please see the fee schedule for a complete list of recording fees.
  • Recurring customers may establish an escrow account to draw fees from. For more information about escrow accounts, please contact Recording at 425-388-3483.

3. Submit your document for recording

By mail

Submit documents with exact fee to:

Snohomish County Auditor's Office - Recording Division
3000 Rockefeller Ave M/S 204
Everett, WA 98201

Payment methods accepted: Check, money order, or cashier's check.

In person

Visit Snohomish County Recording.

Payment methods accepted: Check, money order, Visa, or Mastercard.

Through an eRecording submitter (recurring customers only)

Submit your document online through a county-qualified eRecording submitter. eRecording submitters charge an additional fee for this service. 

Approved eRecording submitters for Snohomish County:

  1. CSC eRecording Solutions
  2. eRecording Partners Network
  3. Indecomm Global Service
  4. Simplifile