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Recorder’s office to reopen inside Assessor’s office

Updated August 19, 2021 - 3:29 pm

The Nye County Recorder’s Office in Pahrump is set to reopen its doors on Monday inside the Nye County Assessor’s Office, which is right next door. Major flooding at the end of July shuttered its original location, which is set to remain closed until further notice.

The recorder’s office will reopen at its new temporary location at 160 N. Floyd Drive office at 7 a.m. on Monday.

The office is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The office closes for 30 minutes starting at noon for lunch, according to a release from Nye County.

The recorder’s office numbers, emails, and eRecords will continue to operate as usual prior to and after reopening.

Visit the recorder’s webpage at https://www.nyecounty.net/210/Recorder

It’s yet unknown when the recorder’s original location will reopen. On July 25-26, heavy rains flooded the Pahrump area, which led to damage being incurred by many area businesses and residences, along with government facilities.

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