Maricopa County recorder unveils recording kiosk at Paradise Valley Community College

At 10 a.m. on Aug. 12, Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell will unveil the agency’s eighth Digital Recording Kiosk, located in north Phoenix. The event will take place at Paradise Valley Community College, in the Q building located at N. 32nd St. and Grovers Ave., in Phoenix.

Helen Purcell

Helen Purcell

“Our Digital Recording Kiosks offer unparalleled convenience to Maricopa County Residents, and we are delighted to partner with the Paradise Valley Community College to provide the service in a new convenient location,” stated Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell, in a press release.

The Digital Recording Kiosks are unique to Maricopa County, and the first of their kind in the nation, the release stated.

The first Digital Recording Kiosk was introduced in 2010, allowing for the convenient recording of documents without traveling to the Recorder’s Office in Phoenix or Mesa, according to the release.

The Digital Recording Kiosk includes a touch screen computer with the ability to record and print documents, accept credit card payments, and interact with a member of the Maricopa County Recorder’s staff through a secure webcam, stated the release.

In addition to the convenience, the Kiosk aids the environment and adds to the overall efficiency of the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, according to the release.

In addition to recording documents, the Kiosk offers the opportunity for Maricopa County Residents to file documents with the Maricopa County Environmental Service Department and the Air Quality Department. Documents able to be filed through the Recording Kiosks include subcontractor registrations, dust permit cancellations and special event applications.

A full list of the services and locations is available at http://recorder.maricopa.gov/recorder/kiosk.aspx.

“We’re very pleased to have a Recording Kiosk on our campus,” stated PVCC President Paul Dale, in the release.  “Not only does it provide convenience to our faculty, staff and students, but also enhances our ability to serve our local community.”

According to the release members of the public are encouraged to attend the event for remarks, a live demonstration, and light refreshments. For a map of the location, visit: Link to map: http://www.paradisevalley.edu/campusmap.

Mrs. Purcell will be joined at the event by Maricopa County District 3 Supervisor Andy Kunasek, and Paradise Valley Community College Vice President of Administrative Services, Herman Gonzalez, stated the release.

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