Fresno County Halts Walks-ins At Select Offices

Fresno County announced that starting Wednesday, March 18, its Assessor’s and Recorder’s Offices will no longer serve walk-in clients

The announcement is one of many in recent days that regarded a local service or business closing down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

The county did not specify when walk-in services would resume. In the meantime, city staff will continue to process documents and answer questions via email and phone call.

The Recorder’s Office will continue to process real estate-related documents sent through mail. The office’s mail drop box is located outside of the Hall of Records on 2281 Tulare Street.

The office will also continue to process birth, death, and marriage requests submitted online through Vitalcheck service and by mail. Purchases of official records submitted through mail will be processed as well.

The Recorder’s Office can answer questions regarding birth, death and marriage certificates at (559) 600-3476. Questions regarding recorded documents can be answered at (559) 600-3471.

The Assessor’s Office can be reached at (559) 600-3534 or via email at

Visit Fresno County’s website for more information.

Ron Camacho
Ron Camacho was born and raised in Clovis. He attended Clovis High School and graduated from CSU Fresno in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Journalism. Before joining the Roundup, Ron wrote for Pollstar Magazine and the Sanger Herald. He has a deep appreciation for the arts and is a lover of music, cinema and storytelling. When he’s not busy looking for his next story, Ron enjoys taking weekend expeditions to the beach or mountains to practice landscape photography.