About Us

Keeping The County's Land Records Since 1870

The Davis County Recorder is an elected official whose office and duties are mandated by the State Legislature and governed by state law. The primary function of the office is to keep the real property (land) records for Davis County and provide the county assessor and treasurer's office with information necessary for assessment and taxation.

All information on file in the County Recorder's office is public information and may be viewed and utilized by anyone during normal office business hours (8AM - 5PM, weekdays, except holidays) with the exception of statutorily protected private records.   Property ownership, dimensions, acreage, legal description and history (abstract) of each of the approximately 150,000 parcels of land within the Davis County limits are available in the office records.  Boundary information such as taxing units, utility districts, special service districts  city limits, and subdivision plats and information is also available.

The office keeps an up to date ownership map (plat) set of the entire county as well as complete indexes to all records for all parcels of land.  The office maintains such miscellaneous items as workman's and mechanic's liens, water claims, federal tax liens and military discharges. Certain restrictions apply to Military records.

The Recorder's office is responsible for records of the land itself only. All records of improvements such as structures etc. are maintained by the County Assessor's office.

Services Offered

The County Recorder's office contains the historical land records for Davis County from 1870 to the present. Records since 1981 are computerized and microfilmed, prior records reside in book format. All records are open for public inspection during regular office business hours. Department personnel can help patrons who come into the office with current ownership and other current information such as size, location and dimensions. They can also assist patrons in getting started with historical searches. Employees are not permitted to search the records on behalf of patrons. Telephone requests for limited information such as parcel ID numbers, current ownership, acreage or limited recording information can be honored. Requests for metes and bounds legal descriptions or dimensions will not be honored over the telephone.  For more information, we invite your attention to the Property Search function under the Quick Links tab of the Davis County Government Website, found here: 


Abstracts and many other records since 1981 are also available over the internet on a subscription basis in our REDI-Web application. Please contact Davis County's Information Systems department at 801-451-3347 for fees and application information.

Information contained in computerized abstract printouts and ownership screens, recorded document copies, plat maps and subdivision maps are available for purchase. See the Fees section for a price list.

Forms of exchange

The Davis County Recorder's office currently accepts cash and checks, debit and credit cards, with applicable usage fees, $10 minimum purchase.  Currently the office does not honor phone order purchases.  ACH accounts can be arranged by special arrangement with the office, at 801-451-3465.

Legal Advice

The Davis County Recorder's Office will not provide any legal counsel, advice, or opinion to any office patron.  We recommend those who seek legal advice to contact competent licensed legal counsel for recommendations or solutions to legal questions. 

Any reliance made or action taken as a result of statements, opinions, discussions or perceived recommendations made by or held with any officer, agent, or representative of the Davis County Recorder's Office is the responsibility of the client.    

Neither Davis County, the Office of Davis County Recorder, nor its employees, officers, agents, or representatives accept any responsibility or liability for any disputes or legal issues which may arise as a result of instruments recorded in the office of County Recorder.. 

Administrative Officers
Richard T. Maughan Davis County Recorder - Utah Registered Abstracter, Utah Licensed Title Officer
Laile H. Lomax Chief Deputy Recorder - Utah Licensed Title Officer
Debbie Kirk Team Leader - Title and Address Changes
Annette MabeyTeam Leader - Abstracting and Indexing 
Meet the rest of the Recorder's Office Staff
Mary Jane Wright

Contact Information

Mailing Address
Davis County Recorder
P.O. Box 618
Farmington, Utah 84025

Physical Address
Recorder's Office (Room 106)
61 South Main
Farmington, Utah 84025

Office Information
General office hours are Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except county holidays)

(801) 451-3225 :: Main
(801) 451-3141 :: FAX

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