Due to our continued commitment to serving the citizens of Miami-Dade County during COVID-19, you can use our online resources below to take care of your business with us, as the County Recorder’s Office is closed to the public.
Q: How can I record my document into the official record?
A: You can record your document into the official record by:
- Visiting eRecording for guidelines and third party vendors available to process your request electronically.
- Mailing your original document, following the requirements for recording, along with providing a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
Miami-Dade County Recorder
P.O. Box 011711 Flagler Station
Miami, Florida 33101
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