SAN DIEGO (CNS) -- The San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk's Office announced Friday that it will be closing its doors to the public starting Monday and suspending all over-the-counter services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The office reported that it is taking the step in accordance with a County Health Officer order regarding COVID-19.
"San Diego County residents are encouraged to visit our website www.SDARCC.com for online services and forms that can be completed by mail," said Ernest J. Dronenburg Jr., county Assessor/Recorder/Clerk. "Our staff is continuing to provide great customer service by processing all electronic and mail submissions during this crisis to limit interruption to the public."
The following services will still be available by phone, mail, online and via email:
-- Document recording services (only by mail and through E-recordings)
-- Vital records requests: birth, death and marriage records (by mail or online)
-- Fictitious business name statements (by mail)
-- Property assessment services
-- Copies of official records (by mail or online)
-- Notary public registrations (by mail)
-- Authentications (by mail)