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Assessor & Recorder
The Assessor-Recorder wants owners of property damaged by the Ferguson Fire to know that they are eligible for property tax relief through assessment adjustment procedures. If your property suffered $10,000 or more in damage, you may file an Application for Reassessment of Property Damaged by Misfortune or Calamity with the Assessor-Recorder's Office.
Forms are available at:
 Assessor-Recorder's Office in the Hall of Records, 4982 10th St, Mariposa
 On our Forms page located on the left sidebar
 Or it can be mailed to you by calling 209-966-2332

Brent Joseph
Brent Joseph

Perca Dahlem
Office Manager

4982 10th St
P.O. Box 35
Mariposa, CA  95338

Ph: (209) 966-2332
Ph: (209) 966-5719

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Recording: 8:00 am-3:30 pm
Our objective as the Mariposa County Assessor and Recorder's Office, is to provide reliable recording information and fair and equitable taxation of all property with the best and most courteous service to the public.

The Assessor is annually responsible for discovering and assessing all taxable real and personal property located in the county, and for determining eligibility for various property tax exemptions and exclusions.

The Recorder maintains various land and finance documents for Mariposa County. Typical land documents include deeds, leases, mining claims, subdivision maps, homestead declarations and records of survey. Typical finance documents include trust deeds, notices of default, reconveyances, and various liens. The Recorder's office collects the Documentary Transfer Tax when real property exchanges hands.

Vital Records
The Recorder is also the registrar of vital records (marriage, birth, and death certificates) for events that occurred within the County of Mariposa.

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PO Box 784 | 5100 Bullion St. | Mariposa, CA 95338