How to get started with a county recorder’s official site
In the coming weeks, you’ll be able to download a county’s official record keeping site from a number of local record keeping systems, including the National Archives, the County Clerk’s Office and the California Secretary of State.
You’ll also be able use these records to track changes to the county, and to make a complaint to the state government about an official.
But as we mentioned, these sites aren’t open to the public.
You need to be a registered user, have a county seal and a certificate of public office.
That’s where you’ll find your records, including birth, death, marriage and divorce records, Social Security numbers and driver’s license information.
And if you’re an employee of a county, you may want to have a record of the records of all your co-workers.
If you don’t have a state seal and your county doesn’t have its own official record-keeping site, you can also find the information on county websites.
Here’s how to use your county’s record-Keeping website.