Rio Arriba County Clerk's Office

 


 CLERK'S CORNER

Legislature 2017

  


 

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Empoyee of the Quarter 

 

 

 

 

 

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- My office has started an "Employee of the Quarter" based on each of my employee’s ability to do their job with enthusiasm, pleasantness, professionalism and good old fashion hard work.  This quarter, I would like to highlight the outstanding job done by Ms. Shanay Martinez.  Shanay started working with the Rio Arriba County Clerk's office on 09/07/2016 as a Clerk Tech I.   Prior to working with the Clerk's office, Shanay worked for the Chama Valley Schools.  My goal of bringing proficiency and quality customer service to my office is very important to me.  Congratulations Shanay on a "Job Well Done".  Linda J. Padilla


 

Staff Trainings

To better serve our constituents we have begun to scan in all our microfilm.   Documents will be easier to access through our Tyler system at both Española and Tierra Amarilla.  Viewable documents include: oil and gas, deeds, mortgages, affidavits, leans and release of leans, trusts, wills and other miscellaneous recordings.     

 

 



 














The duties of the County Clerk.

  • Maintaining Public Records
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Elections
  • Clerk for the Probate Court
  • Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners

Two Locations:

   Tierra Amarilla Office:

     Tierra Amarilla Court House 
     7 Main Street Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico 87575 
     Phone:575-588-7724 Fax:575-588-7418

    MAILING DOCUMENTS TO BE RECORDED?

     
Mail to: P.O. Box 158, Tierra Amarilla, NM 87575 or

submit your documents electronically through Simplifile.com.

  

Española Office:
     Rio Arriba County Annex
     1122 Industrial Park Road
     Española, New Mexico 87532
     Phone: 505-753-1780 Fax: 505-753-1258
 

Helpful Links: 


FAQ'S ON RECORDING OIL AND GAS DOCUMENTS

  • On Oil and Gas documents, we record the Assignor or Lessor as Grantor's and Assignees or Lessee's as Grantee's.  Please call the Clerks office to get a quote on the document as costs will vary based on number of indexes.  We also charge for well names within the Rio Arriba County.
  • For recording information, marriage license information and other questions regarding the Clerk's Office click here: Frequently asked Questions & Answers
  • NOTE: Copies of marriage licenses are available from the County Clerk of the county where the marriage license was issued. Copies of divorce decrees are available from the District Court where the court order was filed.   For further information about these services, please contact the appropriate county clerk or district court. Rio Arriba County District Court is the First Judicial District Court
  • Resolutions Index

CLERK'S NOTES: 


  • Clerk's will not conduct searches (They can provide a list of local abstract and title companies upon request).
  • Clerk's cannot give legal advice on whether the documents you want recorded are correct, complete, or legally sufficient for your purposes (Please see an Attorney).
  • The Clerk's will assist you in any other way possible.  We are here to record and file your documents as public record and maintain them for your future use.

Election and Voting Information/Links:

  •  A Resolution Designating the NEW Polling Places for 2016-2017 Elections 
  • Not sure if you are registered? Search your voter registration by accessing VoterView.

    It is a good time to make sure you are registered to vote and or to make any updates to your voter information.  If the county or city has changed your physical address or if you have had a change in your mailing/physical address; your voter registration information can only be updated by you completing a new voter registration application.
  • Would you like to serve as an ELECTION WORKER on the Precinct Board.  Rio Arriba County Clerk’s Office is always accepting Interested Election Worker Forms from individuals that want to serve on the Precinct Board.

Would you like to be an Election Worker?  If so, please click on the link below to get information on how to become an Election Worker.


To request Voter Registration Information/Lists an affidavit must be completed and submitted to the Clerk’s Office. Click the link for the required form: Voter Data Request

Political Sign Ordinances:

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Linda J. Padilla

County Clerk

 

 

 Renee G. Baker,

Chief Deputy County Clerk

 

   Clerk's Staff Española Office

 

 

Sarah Garcia

 

 

 

                

            

 Daniel Archuleta

  

 

 

 

Desiree Wade 

 

 

 

  

Meet the Espanola Staff

 

Clerk's Staff Tierra Amarilla Office

  

 

Michele Jordan

 

 

 

                                  

 

Victoria N. Montoya

 

 

 

 

                             

Katrina                

 

 Katrina A. Salazar

  

 

                     

 

 

 

Jonathan C. Coriz

         

             

 

 

 

 

 Shanay M. Martinez

 

 

 

 

Meet the Tierra Amarilla Staff

    

 TA Staff