Fresno County Assessor-Recorder Paul Dictos holds one of about 20,000 bound volumes of vital records – birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and other documents – dating to 1856 that will be moved when the recorder’s office relocates into a newer, two-story building at Van Ness Avenue and Merced Street in downtown Fresno.
Fresno County Assessor-Recorder Paul Dictos holds one of about 20,000 bound volumes of vital records – birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and other documents – dating to 1856 that will be moved when the recorder’s office relocates into a newer, two-story building at Van Ness Avenue and Merced Street in downtown Fresno. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Fresno County Assessor-Recorder Paul Dictos holds one of about 20,000 bound volumes of vital records – birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and other documents – dating to 1856 that will be moved when the recorder’s office relocates into a newer, two-story building at Van Ness Avenue and Merced Street in downtown Fresno. TIM SHEEHAN tsheehan@fresnobee.com

Recording a deed and picking up a birth certificate is going to get a lot easier

August 08, 2017 3:20 PM