The Register of Deeds office maintains a perpetual, comprehensive set of public records consisting of documents appropriately presented for recording. We strive to ensure that the information in the documents are indexed accurately. To better serve the public the Register of Deeds does provide an on line service free of charge, accessible from the comfort of your home or office.
The Register of Deeds office makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content of these pages or at other sites to which we link. Assessing accuracy and reliability of information is the responsibility of the user. The Register of Deeds office shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for any damages in connection with the use of the this information.
PUBLIC RECORDS INFORMATION
Sarpy County Register of Deeds records all properly presented documents that pertain to land in Sarpy County. We record a variety of documents pertaining to real estate such as: Deeds, Mortgages, various types of Liens, UCCs, Plats, Federal Tax Liens, State Tax Liens and other various documents.
Our records are indexed by a legal description and alphabetically by grantor and grantee beginning with last name first, followed by the first name.
Documents recorded prior to January 1988, were assigned a book and page number. Beginning January of 1988 we started assigning instrument numbers to our documents.
All of Sarpy County Register of Deeds documents are available online for viewing free of charge. If you wish to view documents from your home computer, you can access our Register of Deeds Online System. Once there, you can access the document by the legal description, instrument number or by grantor/grantee (names associated with the document). We have images on file from 1857 to date. If you are looking for documents recorded prior to January 1988, you can access the historical book images on the same online system. If you wish to view an older document, you will need a book and page number.
We do not provide research services. However, we always have an employee available to assist in becoming familiar with our on-line system. You can come into the office or give us call. We are available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., with the exception of federally observed holidays.