Our Vision, Purpose and Values
These links are provided as a public
service and do not represent any
relationship between Wasatch County
Government and the organizations listed here.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon-Fri
25 North Main
Heber City, Utah 84032
Phone (435) 657-3210
Fax (435) 654-0834
The Recorder’s Office records documents pertaining to real estate property and maintains cross-reference indexes to these records. The Recorder’s Office also maintains a set of maps which show the current ownership of every tract of land in the entire county. The records are open for public inspection and copies of documents may be purchased at this office. The main function of the office is to keep the real property (land) records for Wasatch County and provide the county assessor and treasurer’s office with information necessary for assessment and taxation.
The records of the recorder’s office are made available to the public; however the Wasatch County Recorder’s Office and employees make no warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information in the recorder’s web site and are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use or misuse of this information. Assessing accuracy and reliability of the information is the responsibility of the user.
The land records, either have been computerized, microfilmed or reside in book format. Most of the original books are now stored off site in a vault for safe keeping. The land records are open to the public in the recorder’s office to view, search and make copies.
Department personnel can help patrons who come into the office; with certified copies, locating real property on maps, current ownership and other current information such as size, location, and dimensions of property, situs address, etc. They can also assist patrons in getting started with historical searches. Telephone requests for limited information such as parcel ID numbers, current ownership, acreage, last vesting document on screen, or limited recording information can be honored. Requests for metes and bounds legal descriptions will not be honored over the telephone.
Employees may not search the records on behalf of patrons, prepare legal descriptions, give legal advice or interpret legal documents. For a full title search we suggest contacting a title company or an attorney.
Below are the requirements for the recording of documents. These requirements are defined in the Utah State Code and are subject to change or amendment by the State Legislature.
Wasatch County offers a limited number of remote off-site connections into the property tax and document management systems. Remote access provides access to computerized & scanned tract indexes (abstracts), ownership maps, old tax cards, and articles of incorporations, etc. These subscriptions are based on a 12 month annual subscription basis. Please review the contract below for details. For more information please contact Don Wood (435) 657-3196. (Initial setup fees may apply)
Remote Access and Public Search Contract - pdf
This map application will help in locating a parcel using the parcel number, address, street name, or subdivision name. After the parcel is located, a small 8 X 11 map can be created and printed.
This plat map has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of section 17-21-21 of the Utah Code, as amended. The purpose of this plat map is to “show the record owners of each tract of land in the county, together with the dimensions of the tract.” Utah Code 17-21-21(1). The ownership tract lines on this plat map were produced based upon the best Public Land Survey System section control information available to the county surveyor and recorded deeds. These ownership tract lines should be used for reference purposes only. Wasatch County Recorder’s Office and employees make no warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information in the parcel layer and are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use or misuse of this information. Questions concerning precise ownership tract location should be directed to a title company, attorney, or licensed land surveyor.
Wasatch County Online Parcel Map
Online Document Look-up Service
(Free of Charge)