Recorder

PLEASE BE ADVISED, DUE TO THE ONGOING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND TO MINIMIZE PERSON TO PERSON CONTACT, WE HAVE PROVIDED 
DROP BOXES AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS OF THE SOUTH ENTRANCE TO THE CASSIA COUNTY COURTHOUSE THAT WILL BE CHECKED DAILY. 

In accordance with Governor Little’s Phases plan to re-open Idaho, the following adjustments have been made:    

A maximum of 3 people can be in the office at a time.  This number includes children and babies.  Most forms are in the hall across from the office.  

  • As before, we will continue to record documents remotely through our eRecording provider, Simplifile.  We will also continue to accept documents for recording through mail and our on-site drop box.  
    • If you want the document recorded in person, please call ahead to confirm that there will be someone in the Recorder's Office that can receive and record documents at the time of submission.
    • Death Certificates cannot be submitted electronically.  These must be mailed or dropped off in our drop box.
      • Death Certificates cannot be returned to the submitter once recorded.  The submitter will receive an affidavit of the recorded death certificate in its place.
    • Please remember to include payment and a stamped return envelope with your recording submissions if you are using the drop box or mail.

  • Marriage Licenses will still be issued by appointment only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 - 11:00 am and 1:00 - 4:00 pm.  Please call or e-mail your request for an appointment (contact information is below).  E-mails will be answered throughout the day.  Phone calls will be returned within one business day.
  • Passport Application Acceptance Services will resume with the following restrictions:
    • Passport Applications will be accepted by appointment only, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 2:00 p.m, closing for lunch for one hour at 11:30 am.
    • Due to occupancy limitations of the office, if you have more than one child, please plan to have them wait with someone outside of the office until their turn.
    • Passport applications and additional helpful materials can be found in the hanging files on the wall, in the hall across from our office.  Please have everything complete and ready to process at the time of your appointment.  Due to the expected high volume demand, any incomplete applications will be returned and a new appointment must be made so that other appointments who are ready will not be delayed.
    • Out of courtesy to others waiting in line, please call ahead or e-mail in advance with any questions or concerns you may have regarding passports and passport services.
    • As per the National Passport Agency, expedited services are not available at this time.  If it is an emergency, you must call them at 1-877-487-2778.  Otherwise, routine time is a minimum of 15 weeks.
    • For the most current information on passports, please refer to the National Passport Agency's website at www.travel.state.gov

  • Junior College Certificates of Residency will continue to be accepted through our on-site drop box, post office, e-mail and fax.
  • Alcoholic Beverage Licenses: Applications for alcoholic beverage licenses can be picked up from the hanging files on the wall, in the hall across from our office.  Our preferred method for receiving applications is through mail and the drop box.  Please remember to submit your completed forms with the accompanying required documentation and payment at the time of submission.

  • Certified Copies of Marriage Licenses: Please submit requests for a certified copy of a marriage license by phone, e-mail or written request.  The cost is $2.00 for each certified copy.  Payment and delivery or pick-up of such will be on a case-by-case basis and discussed at the time of request.
  • Notary Public Services: This service is offered free of charge.  Please call ahead to ensure someone will be in the office who can notarize your document.
    • The document to be signed and notarized must be complete with accompanying notarization block before coming in.  We cannot tell you how to fill out any legal document and we cannot provide a notary block for you.
    • Please have ID ready for those people needing to sign the document.  Due to the limited number of people allowed in the office at a single time, plan to wait out in the hall until your turn and promptly exit when you are done.

  • Public Computer Research: Access to the public computer and our records vault are available to the public on a limited basis.  Only 1 person may be in the vault at a time.  Because of this limitation, time will be restricted to a maximum of 2 hours.  Please call or e-mail your request for research time to ensure availability.  Priority will be given to businesses that depend on the research such as surveyors and construction workers.

  • Our on-site drop box and phone messages will be checked daily.
    • The Recorder’s Office contact information is as follows:
      • recorder@cassiacounty.org
      • Phone - 208-878-5240, ext. 226
      • Fax - 208-878-8825
      • Recorder’s Office, 1459 Overland Ave, Room 105, Burley, Idaho 83318

Joseph W. Larsen
Cassia County Recorder

Cally Velasquez
Deputy Recorder
Phone: (208) 878-5240 ext 226
Fax: (208) 878-8825
Email: recorder@cassiacounty.org (Recorder's Office Requests)
Email: cvelasquez@cassiacounty.org

  Recorder Information:

 Genealogical Research Assistance:

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm
Closed Holidays

Recording Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 4:30pm

Passport Acceptance Hours
Monday - Friday by appointment only

Cassia County ex-Officio Recorder Duties

  • The Recording of all County Documents, including but not limited to Deeds, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, etc.
  • Maintaining microfilmed and indexed records.
  • The issuance of all County marriage licenses.
  • The issuance of all County alcohol licenses.
  • Acceptance of all passport applications.
  • Maintenance of all County records including corner perpetuations, survey plats, subdivision plats and all microfilmed documents.
  • Assistance to the public with records research.