Reviewing important official records in San Luis Obispo County is easier than ever before. Anyone can now access and purchase official records online thanks to a new web-based portal that includes public records dating back to 2001.
The new system, from Tyler Technologies, allows the County of San Luis Obispo to govern more effectively by using modern technology, saving paper, and improving customer service.
Prior to 2016, the public could only access an index of records online, but this provided no ability to purchase records.
People can now find and purchase copies of public documents, such as deeds, liens, and other property records, using the County’s new web-based portal, which replaced expensive and outdated computer technology. The new system integrates County clerk-related functions, recordings, cashiering and imaging.
The new system also eliminates the need for paper forms, allowing the customer to complete and submit orders online or at the self-service kiosk in the Clerk-Recorder’s Office.
The project originally began in June 2015, but most of the implementation took place over a six-week period to be in full production prior to the start of the 2016 election cycle. It officially went live in February 2016.