Storey County PO Box 176 Virginia City, NV 89440

Obtain a Copy - Public Documents & Marriages

Copies of public documents are provided by the Recorder's Office 
for a fee. Personal Information is defined by NRS 603A.040.
Please note: The Recorder's Office does not conduct document searches.

Public Documents

To obtain a copy of a public document, please email us, give us a call, use the forms below, or make your request in person at the Recorder's Office:

Storey County Recorder's Office
Storey County Courthouse
26 South B St., 2nd Floor
Virginia City, NV 89440

You may also mail your request with the required fees to:

Storey County Recorder's Office
P.O. Box 493
Virginia City, NV 89440

General Document Copy Request (PDF) - No personal information present
Document Request Copy (PDF) - Personal information present

Marriage Certificates

Locate the certificate by using the online search or by calling our office. Images of marriage certificates after 1974 are not available online, but indexed information is retrievable if the marriage license was issued by Storey County and if the certificate was presented to the County Recorder for recordation. If you applied for your license in another Nevada county, please contact that county for a certified copy.

      Search marriages 1975 to present

Certified copies are $15.00 each.  Three options are available to order a certified copy:

1) In person at our office.  We are located in the Storey County Courthouse on the 2nd floor.

2) Via mail or fax at (775) 847-1009 using our Request for Marriage Record form.  If mailing, please address to P.O. Box 493, Virginia City, NV 89440. 

3) Via phone at (775) 847-0967 using a credit card. A transaction fee of $2.00 is charged by the processing party on all credit card orders under $80 (click here for the full fee schedule). Once payment is received, we will process your request and mail the certified copy.

*Copies are sent via regular mail.  For expedited delivery, please send a  prepaid envelope with your request.


Under NRS 7.285, the Recorder and Office Personnel are forbidden to practice law, which includes advising what forms are needed, how to fill them out, or giving any other legal advice. Documents to be recorded must be ready to record at the time of submission; the Recorder's Office cannot complete forms.