You may search for Official Records that have been recorded by the Yolo Clerk/Recorder via this online lookup.
The General Index information is provided as a public service for your convenience. Updates and corrections occur on a regular basis, usually within 1 business day. We have tried to ensure that the information in this electronic document is accurate. Neither the County nor the County Clerk-Recorder shall incur any liability for errors or omissions with respect to the information provided in this index.
The “Official General Index” may be viewed in the Clerk/Recorder’s office located at; 625 Court Street, Room B01 Woodland, CA.
Use of the General Index search utility is limited to individuals via the web-form interface provided by the Yolo County Clerk-Recorder. Any other access to or use of the utility and/or its data is prohibited, including but not limited to any means of automated, scripted, unattended or "robotic" data collection, data "mining" or "scraping". Violators may face civil and/or criminal penalties.
- This online search feature covers documents recorded from August 1970 to the present time.
- If document type is left blank the search will return all document types.
- Click here to see a list of the full name of each document type.
- Check that the date range covers the time frame that you want to search.
- Some commonly used words in the Grantee/Grantor names are abbreviated, please click here to see the list.
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- The online search of is updated daily, so some documents that have been recorded may not appear until after the following business day.
- The search will return recorded documents that begin the same way as your inquiry. If you enter “Jones” it will return any names that begin “Jones” such as “Jones John” as well as “Jones Smith Jane”
- Capitalization does not matter. “JONES” will find the same things as “jones.”
- Do not use punctuations such as “.” “,” “:” “;”. When the word “and” is in the name of the grantee or grantor use the “&” character.
- If more than 300 recordings are found the computer will tell you to narrow your search. Do this by typing as much of the name as possible and also narrow your time frame for the search to return a fewer results. If you are looking for a specific document type choosing the type will decrease the number of returned documents.