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  • Recorder’s Office moving to New Public Service Center May 11

    May 01, 2015 | Read More News
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    Public service centerPima County Recorder, F. Ann Rodriguez, announced April 30 that after several decades at the Old Courthouse at 115 N. Church Avenue, the Recorder’s Office will relocate to the new County Public Service Center, 240 N. Stone Ave., on May 11.

    The Recorder’s Office will begin moving May 7-8. The office will remain open for business during the move.

    The Pima County Consolidated Justice Court has already moved into the Service Center and the County Treasurer and Assessor will move to the new building later this year.

    The Recorder’s Office will be on the first floor of the Service Center.

    The staff in the Recorder’s Office has been working diligently for months to assure a smooth transition to the new space.

    The Recorder’s Eastside Office, 6920 E. Broadway Blvd, Suite D, will continue to be open for the convenience of our customers.

    There will be no interruption of service for customers of the downtown office. We will remain open until 5 p.m. May 8 and will open for business as usual on Monday, May 11, at the new location.

    All phone numbers will remain the same. Rodriguez said she remembers clearly the first day she arrived in the Old Historical Court Building in January 1994, her first year as the elected Pima County Recorder. She has many fond memories of the building, as do many members of the public, current employees and many former employees.

    “Whoever is lucky enough to move into this old courthouse building, I hope they will cherish it as we did,” Rodriguez said.