Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen is proud to announce February 25, 2019 as the grand opening date for the Clerk-Recorder Department’s new North County Branch Office in Anaheim. After months of anticipation, the new office, located at 222 S. Harbor Blvd, Ste. 110, in Anaheim, will open its doors at 9 a.m. to serve the public.
The new office will offer the same services as the previous location with the addition of passport services, expanded document recording services and will also feature two marriage ceremony rooms instead of one. The Anaheim location is double the size and will cost tax payers less compared to the Fullerton location – representing savings to tax payers. The new office has dedicated free parking and is located close to Interstate 5 and State Route 91 for easy access. The Fullerton location will close its doors at the end of the business day February 23, 2019.
“I am excited to open this new office in Anaheim,” Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen said. “We have been working hard to make this location the best it can be. We will be able to offer the public the same convenience as before including passport services and easier access to document recording services. I would like to thank my staff for all the effort they have put into making this opening possible.”
Special Saturday hours will continue at this new location. The first special Saturday opening for the Anaheim office will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019. Visit OCRecorder.com to make an appointment.
The office in Fullerton was in operation since February 2009. For 10 years, the office provided the public important services such as issuing birth, death and marriage certificates, issuing marriage licenses, performing marriage ceremonies, document recording services, official records, and the filing of fictitious business name statements. Clerk-Recorder Nguyen is thankful to the city of Fullerton for helping the department serve the public for a little over a decade.
For more information about the services available at the Orange County Clerk-Recorder Department, please visit us at OCRecorder.com.
This article was released by the County of Orange.