Greetings from Kristi Blair, your Mohave County Recorder.
This month I want to share some changes that have occurred or may be coming in the near future:
Last year’s legislature, in conjunction with the land title industry, implemented a standardized fee for recording documents. Beginning July 1, all recorded documents will be a flat fee of $30.00. Fee structures can oftentimes become confusing depending upon the transaction and this will simplify the process.
This fee change was passed in last year’s legislative session but requested not to be
This month I would like to take the opportunity to address the upcoming election. I want to thank all of our citizens who have already exercised their right to vote! Early Voting was available until November 2nd and we had a record number of voters take advantage of this option. Many of you have already voted your ballot by mail as well.
I would like to address some important information about Early Voting and Ballot by Mail. Hopefully this will be beneficial for voters that have already voted.
Please feel free to contact our office (928) 753-0701 or visit our website at www.MohaveCounty.us, select Government/Recorder/Recording Fees for additional information.
Please remember that we now have combined offices with the Assessor in Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City to assist you with recordings.
We are very busy with the implementation of a new statewide voter registration system. Testing has been ongoing and training will begin in June for staff. We are hoping for a successful transition in preparation for the 2020 election cycle.
There were approximately 75 bills this legislative session regarding elections and voter registration. Several are worth mentioning on their own of changes that have occurred or bills of particular interest: