SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. – In order to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Shasta County Office of the Assessor-Recorder’s Office will not be able to provide services for walk-in customers starting at 11 a.m., Thursday, March 19, until further notice.
The following services will continue:
- Assessments & Annual Filings – All Assessor forms are available online. It’s recommended for businesses submitting Property Statements to file electronically.
- Recordings & Official Record Purchases – Electronic recording for certified submitters will continue. Entities such as title companies, some law offices, and financial institutions are certified, submitters. They will continue to process documents and requests for official records sent through the mail as usual. Completed requests will be returned through the US mail.
- Birth, Death, and Marriage Records Requests – Requests for vital records (birth, death, and marriage records) submitted online through the Vitalchek service, as well as requests through the mail will be processed as normal. Completed requests will be returned through the US mail.
- General Phone Calls and Emails – Phone calls, voicemails, and emails will be answered based on the availability of staff.
For additional information from the Assessor, CLICK HERE
For additional information from the Recorder, CLICK HERE
For a list of North State business closures, CLICK HERE
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