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The Atwood Building will be closed to walk-in customers through Thursday, January 21st, 2021
Walk-In Customers will be helped in person Monday – Friday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
eRecording hours will remain Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 3:30 pm (more info)
Alternate ways to record:

Recorder’s Office Partners that can record documents for the public for additional fee:
Note: Please call ahead to ensure they are open.
In Wasilla:
  • Express Recordings & Services LLC - 907-521-5499
  • Mat-Su Title - 907-376-5294
  • Flyin O'Brien Doc Prep and Traveling Notary - 907-232-9099
In Kenai:
  • Gilman & Pevehouse – 907-283-2600
In North Pole:
  • Legacy Land Co - 907-699-6708

Recorder's Office

Recording Resources

The State Recorder's Office administers the statewide recording system and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Central File. Our mission is to provide a secure, accessible, and impartial place to record and to preserve the permanent public record of Alaska as directed by statutes under nineteen separate titles and by regulations in 11 AAC 06. The UCC Central File System maintains the public record of filed documents related to security interests in personal property.

The statewide recording system consists of 34 separate recording districts serviced by a total of 3 separate offices located throughout Alaska.
Recorded and/or filed documents and ALL information contained within those instruments become the permanent public record and are available for public viewing and/or purchase.