The Recording Division keeps a permanent public record of all official county records including real estate transactions, liens, plats and partitioning maps, and mining claim locations.

This office cannot:

  • Give legal advice
  • Help you fill out documents
  • Tell you what kind of documents to use

If you have questions about preparing a document for recording, please contact an attorney.


If your company or organization does Real Estate Recordings with Douglas County, you can save time and money by e-Recording! 

  1. How to Record a Document
  2. Standards for Recording
  3. Fees for Recording
  4. How to Get Copies
  5. Re-recording
  6. Documents

Documents may be mailed or hand carried for recording to the County Clerk's office. Mail documents to:
Douglas County Clerk
P.O. Box 10
Roseburg, OR 97470

Please include a stamped self-addressed envelope to expedite the return of your document(s).

Physical address:
1036 SE Douglas
Room 124
Roseburg, OR 97470

Recording hours are 8 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday. Recording will be done on-site and your document(s) will be returned to you immediately after recording.