Clark County Recorder, County Commissioner, and Laughlin Town Manager to Launch Recording Kiosk
The Clark County Recorder's Office and the Laughlin Town Manager's Office are collaborating to launch a Recording Kiosk in Laughlin. The Recorder will implement the remote Multipurpose Interactive Recording Kiosk on Thursday, Feb. 8 at 2:30 p.m. The kiosk has been relocated from the Recorder's Henderson Branch Office to the Laughlin Regional Government Center in Laughlin, Nevada.
The remote Interactive Recording Kiosk will allow the public to scan, retrieve copies, and record land documents and property records from a remote location interfacing in real time with the main office at the Clark County Government Center without having to drive to Las Vegas.
The remote kiosk will be the first of its kind to be tested and operational in a rural Southern Nevada community. "It is important to reach our customer base to provide these services within close proximity of their homes or businesses," said County Recorder Debbie Conway. "By extending these services, it saves time for our customers. This technology can also be programmed to offer other government services (i.e.. marriage certificates, building permits and licensing)."
Commissioner Steve Sisolak agreed, saying, "The kiosk is a cost-effective measure that allows us to push the opportunity for multiple government services out to the citizens by using this low-budget measure."
There will be a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Laughlin Regional Government Center in the main lobby, which will take place on Feb. 8 at 2:30 p.m. The Clark County Clerk along with other local officials will be in attendance to witness a demonstration of the Kiosk technology.
Laughlin Town Manager Dr. Brian Paulson is excited about the new technology coming to the Laughlin, Searchlight and Boulder City residents. "This kiosk is the state-of-the-art in technology, and it will offer convenient services to the residents of Laughlin," he said. "This is a great partnership."
All of the Recorder's services available at the main downtown office are also available at the branch offices, one in Henderson and in the North West area of Las Vegas. The kiosk will be the third location for Recorder services. For more information on this project, please contact the Clark County Recorder's Office at (702) 455-4336.