Rashelle Hobbs Salt Lake County Recorder
We are excited to offer the Property Watch service to Salt Lake County residents free of charge.
“The power of Property Watch is that you’re able to stay notified. It’s empowering, It’s a powerful and useful service to help protect ownership.”
What is Property Watch?
Signing up for the Property Watch will enable you to keep track of any recorded changes to your property. The Salt Lake County Recorder's Office will send you an email, alerting you to any recorded documents. (i.e. Liens, Deeds, Reconveyance Deeds etc.) Rest assured that your contact information will not be distributed and will only be used to communicate Property Watch information.
Emailed alerts will come from PropertyWatch@slco.org
Note: Some addresses in Salt Lake County have more than one parcel number attached to it. You only need to enter 1 address with 1 parcel number. Notification of recorded documents will apply to all parcel numbers attached to a submitted address.
You must select the address from the drop down list for the parcel number to populate.
When signing up for Property Watch, addresses must be submitted and selected from the drop down box. After selecting an address, the Parcel Number will automatically populate below. The address needs to be entered according to Salt Lake County Addressing standards. (i.e. 100 W 100 N or 7777 S STREET CIR) to find the correct parcel number.
If you have a parcel number with multiple addresses (i.e. a Duplex) please enter the address in the following format: 111-222 Street Dr.
If you have your browser set to auto-populate your information (Name, address and email address) and need to change one of them (i.e. a different address than your home address) then type over the automatically populated address and the drop down list will start to populate with the address you are registering.)
Below are some helpful links for Property Watch service.