Sacramento County, CA Public Records
Restricted Records: No adoption, juvenile, medical, probation or sealed records released
Galt, Elk Grove, and Walnut Grove branches are closed; this court now holds their Misd. records. Criminal Court may also be held at the Lorenzo Patino Hall of Justice (County Jail Building), 651 I Street - 916-874-6936.
Access court records back to 1993 at https://services.saccourt.ca.gov/publiccaseaccess/home/index/Search.aspx. Fees charged. The phone numner for Traffic is 916-875-7800.
Access court records back to 1993 at https://services.saccourt.ca.gov/PublicCaseAccess/. Fees imposed. If a file is stored offsite, go to https://www.saccourt.ca.gov/family/records.aspx#request.
Sacramento County, CA Vital Records
Contact the Sacramento County Office of the County Clerk/Recorder if you would like to find vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, and real estate records.
600 8th St
Sacramento, CA 95814 http://www.ccr.saccounty.net/Pages/de
8AM-5PM (recording 8AM-3PM) PST
Recorded Documents, Fictitious Names
Sacramento County Vital Certificates
If you would like to obtain a hard copy of a birth, death, marriage, divorce, or other vital record, you can do so by searching for and requesting a vital certificate. Vital certificates are hard copy documents, the same as those used by the United States government.
Get a vital certificate.
Sacramento County Information
Located in the California Central Valley, Sacramento County is one of unique beauty. From the lowlands of the Sacramento River to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the county is ideal for people who enjoy nature and the outdoors. As one of the state's original counties, it began more as a supply area, giving pioneers and gold miners what they needed to survive in the new territory. Over the last two centuries, however, the area has blossomed into a modern and sophisticated locale that still manages to have a comfortable, laid-back atmosphere.
The City of Sacramento, as the county seat, is a popular location for both residents and visitors. Nicknamed "The City of Trees," Sacramento is home to numerous parks and green spaces and is well known for providing ample opportunity for people to enjoy nature. The American River flows through the city, and here you'll find people swimming, sunbathing, boating, fishing, even whitewater rafting. Other popular activities include mountain biking and hiking in the scenic nearby hills. The Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, located south of the city, is great for bird watchers and gets thousands of visitors each year. There are lots of "non-outdoor" activities for people to enjoy as well in Sacramento County. History buffs will enjoy Old Sacramento, which has several museums and historic places documenting the experiences of the area's early settlers. Finally, like all urban areas, the city also has a variety of restaurants and shops to explore, as well as a vibrant night life. Sacramento County provides a unique blend of city and natural landscapes, and history and modern times that is guaranteed to satisfy all.
Sacramento County Population Records
- Females: 50.8%
- White: 69.3%
- Black/African American: 10.5%
- Asian: 13.6%
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.9%
- Hispanic or Latino Origin: 20.5%
- White, Not Hispanic: 51.4%
Sacramento County Records
- Total: $43,781,466
- Construction: $3,202,305
- Retail Trade: $2,659,713
- Professional and Technical Services: $4,564,865
- Healthcare: $4,146,849
- Banking: $3,061,049
- Retail Trade: $2,659,713
- Accommodations and Food Services: $977,198
- Manufacturing: $1,894,868
- Farms: $77,511
- Government: $14,463,562
Sacramento County Birth, Death Records
- Per 1,000 population: 16.1
- Per 1,000 population: 7
- Per 1,000 population: 5.7
Sacramento County Criminal Records
- Murder and non-negligent manslaughter: 97
- Forcible rape: 423
- Robbery: 3,386
- Aggravated Assault: 5,353
- Burglary: 11,890
- Larceny-Theft: 30,645
- Motor Vehicle Theft: 9,404