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Stockton Superior Court - Criminal
222 E Weber Ave, Rm 101
Stockton, CA 95202 http://www.sjcourts.org
Hours: 8AM-3PM (phones till 4PM) PST
P: 209-992-5555
F: 209-992-5664
Jurisdiction: Felony, Misdemeanor
Restricted Records: No juvenile, medical, probation, sealed records released
This location also house the county central mail criminal request processing unit.
Superior Court - Family Court Services
540 E Main St
Stocktom Family Law Courthouse
Stockton, CA 95202 http://www.sjcourts.org/
Hours: 8AM-3PM PST
P: 209-992-5690
Jurisdiction: Family
Restricted Records: No judge's notes, probation or police reports released
Phones answered till 4PM.
Lodi Superior Court - Closed - see Stockton
http://www.sjcourts.org/
Closed March 4, 2013. All case files at the main branch in Stockton.
Manteca Branch - Superior Court
315 E Center St
Manteca, CA 95336 http://www.sjcourts.org/
Hours: 8AM-3PM PST
P: 209-239-1316
Jurisdiction: Misdemeanor, Eviction, Traffic
Restricted Records: No judge's notes, probation or police reports released
Includes cities of Manteca, Ripon, Escalon, French Camp, Lathrop and surrounding unincorporated areas.
Tracy Branch - Superior Court - Closed - see Stockton
http://www.sjcourts.org/
This court closed as of 09/30/2011. Jurisdiction had included Cities of Tracy, Banta, portion of Vernalis and surrounding unincorporated area.
Stockton - Superior Court - Civil
222 E Weber Ave, Rm 303
Stockton, CA 95202-2709 http://www.sjcourts.org/
Hours: 8AM-11:30AM; 12:30PM-3PM (phones till 4PM) PST
P: 209-992-5679
Jurisdiction: Civil Actions, Eviction, Small Claims, Probate, Juvenile, Family
Restricted Records: No probation, confidential records released
Mail address is PO Box 201022, 95201. Tenant/landlord cases call 209-992-5702. Family Court located at 540 E Main St. Courthouse. Includes city of Stockton and suburban areas Farmington and Linden, Delta and surrounding unincorporated areas.

San Joaquin County, CA Vital Records

Contact the San Joaquin County Office of the County Recorder if you would like to find vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, and real estate records.

San Joaquin County
County Recorder
44 N San Joaquin St , Rm 260
Stockton, CA 95202 http://www.sjgov.org/recorder/
8:30AM-4:30PM PST
Phone: 209-468-3939
Fax: 209-468-8040
Recorded Documents

San Joaquin County Vital Certificates

San Joaquin County Vital Certificates

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San Joaquin County Information

San Joaquin County was incorporated in 1850 when California became a state. The county is in California's Central Valley Area, just east of San Francisco. Stockton is the county seat. Located near the San Joaquin Delta waterway, Stockton is home to the annual Asparagus Festival.

Agriculture is the foundation of the county's economy, but tourism, anchored by the growing Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission and the 80 local wineries that make up the Lodi Appellation, is making the region a vacation destination spot.

George West, a businessman who recognized the potential of the area, launched the county's first major vineyard. He became the county's first commercial vintner when he opened El Pinal Winery. With the formation of the Lodi Appellation in 1986, vintners were finally able to list Lodi as the origin of the grapes in their wines, and today the wines are ranked among some of the best in the world. The Tokay grape is a versatile grape, with a distinctly unique flame coloring, that can't be grown anyplace other than Lodi.

Shopping in the county is diverse and plentiful. There are the usual malls with anchor stores like Macy's and Dillards, but you can also visit wonderful Farmer's Markets for some of the best fruits and vegetables in the world, or stop to explore some of the small boutiques tucked away in picturesque shopping plazas. If you're more an outdoorsman, San Joaquin County has some of the most beautiful parks and preserves in the nation. Every sport you can imagine, such as whitewater rafting, hiking, swimming, and camping, are all just a short drive from the city. San Joaquin County is an amazing adventure. Put it on your list of next destination stops.

San Joaquin County Population Records

Total Land Area (2000): 1,399.28 sq mi
Population (2009): 674,860
  • Females: 49.8%
  • White: 72.5%
  • Black/African American: 8.0%
  • Asian: 14.0%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.5%
  • Hispanic or Latino Origin: 37.6%
  • White, Not Hispanic: 38.2%
Population Change (2000-2009): 111,257
Foreign-Born Population (2000): 19.5%
Language other than English spoken at home (2000): 33.7%
Persons Below Poverty Level (2008): 16.5%
High School Graduates (2000): 71.2%
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (2000): 14.5%
Persons per Household (2000): 3.00
Housing Units (2000): 189,160
Homeownership Rate (2000): 60.4%
Migration Flow to San Joaquin County, CA from (2007-2008):

San Joaquin County Records

Total Earnings by Industry, in thou. dol. (2007):
  • Total: $12,785,107
  • Construction: $1,180,143
  • Retail Trade: $1,059,607
  • Professional and Technical Services: $448,602
  • Healthcare: $1,480,929
  • Banking: $506,399
  • Retail Trade: $1,059,607
  • Accommodations and Food Services: $313,942
  • Manufacturing: $1,286,939
  • Farms: $326,013
  • Government: $2,560,706
Employed (2000): 219,000
Unemployed (2000): 25,277
Unemployment Rate (2009): 15.4%
Annual Payroll per Employee (2007): $28,739
Local Government Employment (2007): 30,723
Local Government Revenue (2007): $2,641,655 (thou. dol.)
Local Government Debt (2007): $1,510,966 (thou. dol.)

San Joaquin County Birth, Death Records

Births (2007): 11,600
  • Per 1,000 population: 17.4
Deaths (2007): 4,633
  • Per 1,000 population: 7.0
Infant Deaths (2007): 62
  • Per 1,000 population: 5.3

San Joaquin County Criminal Records

Violent Crimes (2008): 6,156
  • Murder and non-negligent manslaughter: 35
  • Forcible rape: 171
  • Robbery: 2,024
  • Aggravated Assault: 3,926
Property Crimes (2008): 33,567
  • Burglary: 7,660
  • Larceny-Theft: 21,467
  • Motor Vehicle Theft: 4,440

San Joaquin County Genealogy Records