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Recording/Real Estate in-person services

In-person services for research and recording are available on weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding public holidays.

Researching recorded documents

The County Clerk’s office cannot do research for you, but we do have online and in-office resources available.
Tip: To research property, you must use the property's legal description, not the physical address. Need help? Call the Assessor's Office for the legal description - (307) 633-4307.

Premium online access to records

Enjoy fast and convenient access to recorded documents from your office or home - at your schedule. Online access is an efficient solution for business and individuals, saving time and money on staff salaries, travel, per diem, and printing.

  1. ArcaSearch - Historical Archive of Recorded Documents (1868 to 10/24/1985) Subscription provides unlimited views, searches and prints. Sign up for ArcaSearch. Records are best displayed using Chrome.
  2. iDoc Market - Recorded Documents Access (10/25/1985 to current): Real estate and publicly recorded documents - Indexes, images, legal descriptions, grantor/grantee information. Subscription provides unlimited searches, views and prints. Sign up for iDoc Market.

Free public access to records

  1. Public records recorded by the Clerk’s office can be researched and viewed in our Real Estate-Recording office during business hours at no charge. We provide copies of documents for a nominal fee.
  2. Surveyor Corner Records: You also have the option of coming to our office to do research on our public computers. We provide copies of documents for a nominal fee. For more information, call our office at (307) 633-4350.
  3. BLM Wyoming Cadastral Survey, Sixth Principal Meridian:

Recorded Documents

All real property records, such as deeds, mortgages, releases, and covenants, are placed on permanent record.

Our office also records military discharge papers upon request. All records except military discharge papers are available to the public for a nominal fee.


Laramie County offers eRecording through Simplifile, CSC, ePN, and Indecomm. Click here for Laramie County eRecording standards.

Statutory Recording and Filing Fees (Effective July 1, 2013)  
First page 12.00
Each additional page 3.00
Instrument having more than five (5) grantors or grantees of a different surname--each posting of a surname exceeding five (5) 1.00
Instrument having more than ten (10) sections, tracts, blocks or lots in legal description--each posting of a section, lot etc. exceeding ten (10) 1.00
Instrument containing more than two relating descriptions by book and page or document number--each posting exceeding two (2)
Plats--includes cemetery and amended plats 75.00
Survey Maps 50.00
Bond oath and notary public commission:  
First page 12.00
Each additional page 3.00
Certification ( plus copy charge) 5.00
Corner recordation or certificate 5.00
Military discharge and separation papers No Charge
Filing fees (statutory)  
State tax liens 20.00
Federal tax liens 20.00
Releases for state tax liens filed prior to 7/1/93 5.00
Liens filed pursuant to Title 29:  
First Page 12.00
Each additional page 3.00
Liens filed pursuant to W.S. 20-6-106 (y):  
First Page 12.00
Each additional page 3.00
Additional Recording charges for each additional collateral description 1.00
Miscellaneous fees  
FAX processing (up to 3 pages- .50/ page over 3) 2.00
Copy off Laser Printer (per page) 0.50
Computer printout of indexes (per page) 0.50
Copy off Reader/Printer (per page) 1.00
Photocopies (per page) 0.25

For more information, call our office at (307) 633-4350.