Doña Ana County

Some Doña Ana County Offices Limiting In-Person Services

Some Doña Ana County Offices Limiting In-Person Services

In response to New Mexico Governor Lujan Grisham’s recent order announcing statewide restrictions due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office, along with the Treasurer’s and Assessor’s Office, will be limiting in-person services.

Additional information regarding each office follows:

Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office:

“Beginning Thursday, November 19 and until further notice, we encourage people and businesses to use our online and phone services,” Amanda López Askin, Doña Ana County Clerk stated. “The safety of the public and our employees is important to us. We are taking every necessary measure to continue protecting the health of our community and provide necessary services.”

The Clerk’s Office asks that businesses with access to our online e-recording and filing portal use that service. Individuals who do not have access to the online portal who are needing to record documents may do so via mail or through one of the vendors with access.

Business registrations may be completed via mail, and the office encourages those seeking to apply for a marriage license to postpone their application until further notice. Appointments for marriage licenses will only be accepted on a case by case basis and are limited to Doña Ana County residents only.

Our Documents Online tool allows the public to research and request some documents from home: (https://www.donaanacounty.org/clerk/docs).

Title companies needing to perform in person research may also request to do so by appointment only. These requests will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Inquiries related to our Bureau of Elections department can be submitted by email to elections@donaanacounty.org. The completion of statutory tasks related to deadlines for the general election will continue.

Completed election-related documents including voter registration forms or absentee applications may be returned to the County Clerk via a marked, secured, drop box located outside of the Clerk’s Office. To register, update or change your voter registration, you may also visit NMVote.org.   

The clerk’s office can be contacted via phone at (575) 647-7421. Mailed documents may be sent to the Clerk’s Office at 845 N. Motel Boulevard, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 88007. Stay even more connected by following the office on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Dona Ana County Treasurer’s Office:

“Our office is prepared to continue operating without hindering tax collections,” Eric L. Rodriguez, County Treasurer said. “We are working diligently to ensure taxpayers will continue to receive the best service possible, even if it is over the phone.”  

Restricted in-person payments are expected through December 10.

The following convenience payment locations will be discontinued until further notice:

•     The Village of Hatch

•     The City of Anthony

•     The City of Sunland Park

•     Lake Section Water Co. in Chaparral

To pay property taxes, please use one of the following options:

•     By phone: 575-647-7433, Toll Free 1-877-827-7200 ext. 7433

•     Online at: www.donaanacounty.org/treasurer/payments

•     By mail: P.O. Box 1179 Las Cruces, NM  88004

•     24 Hour drop box: in front of the County Government Center

•     Bill pay: This is a services provided by most banks

Doña Ana County Assessor’s Office:

Please see following link for more information: https://donaanacounty.org/assessor.

To view the latest information regarding the status of COVID-19 in New Mexico please visit the New Mexico Department of Health at http://cv.nmhealth.org/.

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