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Yolo County, California
Located in the Sacramento Valley of northern California, Yolo County has a population of 200,849 and an area of 1,024 square miles. The county seat is Woodland, while the largest city is Davis. It was one of the original counties, created in 1850 at the time of statehood. Most of the county is still a rural agricultural area, producing a large portion of the canned and processed tomatoes originating in California.
The Yolo County Clerk/Recorder’s office is responsible for all public records in the county. Some of the department’s duties include recording, indexing and preserving permanent documents, primarily real estate records. Other records maintained by the county recorder include:
- Deed Books and Indexes 1849-1927
- Homestead Declarations and Indexes 1861-1932
- Land Patents and Indexes 1859-1932
- Register of Births 1878-1903
- Separate Property and Sole Traders 1876-1914
- Marriages, Card Index 1850-1914
- Deaths, Burials & removal Permits 1870-1918
- Mortgages, Real and Personal Property, and Indexes 1850-1932
With the exception of military discharges, all recorded documents are public record.
The county has made a significant effort to ensure that most records can be accessed online; to access public records online visit Official Public Records Search . The website has the fee schedule applicable when requesting public records. Neither the county nor the County Clerk-Recorder guarantees the accuracy of information obtained; it is the user’s responsibility to assess the accuracy of information obtained through the website.
In case you cannot access some of the records you are looking for online, it is advisable that you visit the Clerk/Recorder’s office in person. You will be required to download and fill out the records request form; on the record indicate your personal details and the records you are requesting. Remember to be cautious and indicate the exact records you want, because you will not get a refund of your money in case the records you requested cannot be traced. The fee schedule is same as when obtaining records online.
Alternatively you can call the recorder’s office at 530-666-8130. Though it is not possible to access public records by phone, it is a sure way to obtain information regarding public records.
Below is the physical address of the Yolo Clerk/Recorder’s office:
625 Court Street, Room B01,
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Yolo County Sheriff Office Address: 140 Tony Diaz Dr, Woodland, CA 95776, United States
Esparto Elementary 3rd grade students participated in another Donut Run🍩 this morning! This time students got to chase us down for a 1/2 mile and then enjoy a yummy donut hole afterwards. This sure is a fun event for everyone involved!! https://t.co/yOFSncVP8P
This afternoon, YCSO will stand with our local law enforcement partners for the Yolo Co Fallen Officer Memorial Ceremony. The event is at 12pm and open to the public. The location has been changed to the Yolo Co Admin building located at 625 Court St, Woodland, CA due to weather. https://t.co/3Oz6qM8Af5
Earlier this week we welcomed 7 new employees!!
Congrats to Deputy Sheriff's Rafael Meza & Hernan Vega, Correctional Officer's Rebecca Bazemore & Claudia Zagal, Correctional Records Specialists Marlyna Guzman & Damiesha Taylar & Sheriff's Chief of Finance Mirthala Santizo. https://t.co/cROo7grzwv
Esparto Elementary 5th grade students participated in the D.A.R.E. Fitness Challenge aka The Donut Run🍩 this morning! Students got to chase us down for a whole mile and then enjoy a yummy donut afterwards. https://t.co/G1tcjpvUvk
Esparto Elementary 5th grade students participated in the D.A.R.E. Fitness Challenge aka The Donut Run🍩 this morning! Students got to chase us down for a whole mile and then enjoy a yummy donut afterwards. https://t.co/gnvu860ITx
Each May, during #NationalPoliceWeek, the nation pauses to recognize the service & sacrifice of U.S. Law Enforcement. #NationalPoliceWeek pays special tribute to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. https://t.co/Yt4Q2TvL2c
Congrats to our recent Yuba College Corrections Academy graduates Miranda Martinez, Aman Singh and Marcus Pereira! Both Aman Singh and Marcus Pereira received a special recognition and challenge coin for their military service.
Job well done to all the new Correctional Officers! https://t.co/TW3LQfH8bu
Hernan Vega joined our agency as a Cadet with bigger goals in mind. His hard work and determination was always evident. Yesterday, he graduated from the Yuba College Public Safety Academy with Sheriff Lopez in attendance. Congratulations, Deputy Vega! https://t.co/iwOwcj49GA
On May 5th, 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5187 creating #NationalCorrectionalOfficersWeek. We take time this first week in May to thank the many men and women who work in jails, prisons and community corrections.
#CorrectionsOfficerWeek2019 #ThankYou https://t.co/AlkCi2xIxb
Marine Patrol & OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) were at Farm Connection Day at the Yolo County Fairgrounds today. Over 2,000 kids visited from various schools in Yolo County throughout the day! Looks like everyone had fun 🐖🐄🐓 https://t.co/hwJRHim9rw
“You’ve gotta ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky?”
Sheriff Lopez sure was feeling lucky meeting the one and only Clint Eastwood at the California State Sheriff’s Association Annual Conference in Monterey. https://t.co/cGVfjVI9Bm
The Yolo County Search & Rescue Team is holding a Volunteer Search & Rescue Team orientation at the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Cameron Training Center this Thursday, May 2nd at 7pm. Check out the flier for more details. https://t.co/jURykrlRyI