County Clerk
Contact Info

Contact Info



1000 Central Avenue Suite 240

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

County Clerk - Naomi Maestas

Naomi D. Maestas
County Clerk

Term Ends: 12/31/2020
(505) 662-8010


To preserve, maintain, secure and provide convenient access, in perpetuity, to all public records entrusted to the Clerk's Office. To maintain voter registration files and conduct fair, honest, transparent and accurate elections. To provide prompt and courteous service, processing each transaction in an accurate, thorough, cost-effective, timely and professional manner, while always remembering that we are here to serve the citizens. 


The County Clerk is responsible for the recording, indexing, archiving and retrieval of permanent records. Currently, the Clerk’s Office maintains a records database with nearly 82,000 electronic public record documents, with retrieval assistance provided to the public daily. The County Clerk also manages an online records website containing record index information, which can be searched and viewed 24/7. Public records, such as deeds, mortgages, liens, and other documents written and acknowledged, are recorded daily. A portion of the recording and filing fees collected are utilized to purchase and maintain hardware and software that support the recording and archiving processes. In 2013, the County Clerk initiated a free service, known as FraudSleuth, in which emails are sent to subscribers, notifying them if anything is recorded under their name. To date, there are 439 registered subscribers, an increase of 36% since March 2017.

The County Clerk issues, records and maintains state mandated marriage licenses, retrieving and providing copies, upon request. In 2014, the Online Marriage Application module was launched, allowing applicants to process the application online, thereby expediting the process. The County Clerk acts as the Clerk to the Probate Court and is the custodian of all Probate Court records, providing administrative support, as needed.

The County Clerk serves as the Clerk of the County Council, attends meetings, preserving a record of the proceedings. The Clerk’s Office publishes and files government documents such as ordinances and resolutions, which are accessible using the online records website. In 2015, over 500 Probate Case files were scanned into records database for record retention and retrieval.

The County Clerk works closely with the Secretary of State to conduct all federal, state, county, and local elections, in compliance with federal, state and local charter. The office maintains election and voter registration records and voting systems. Delivers voter outreach to increase voter awareness in the community.

The County Clerk and staff perform general administrative support services, including financial management, in addition to serving as notary public, providing attestation and administering oaths.

LEGAL ADVICE LIMITATION: Staff in this office MAY NOT fill out forms or offer such direction to the public. NM County Employees are prohibited from giving LEGAL ADVICE. Please contact a qualified licensed attorney for legal advice regarding the appropriate language, format, and/or process for matters handled by this office.


Adrianna Ortiz
Chief Deputy Clerk
(505) 662-8395

Gloria A. Maestas
Elections Manager
(505) 662-8011

Francella M. Montoya
Senior Deputy Clerk
(505) 662-8013

Victoria L. Martinez
Deputy Clerk
(505) 662-8490

Office Specialist


11/15/2018: Post-Election Voting System Check Begins This Friday

11/9/2018: 2018 General Election Results Official

11/1/2018: REMINDER: Absentee Ballot Deadlines for 2018 General Election

11/1/2018: Early Voting for the 2018 General Election Ends Saturday, November 3rd

10/29/2018: Poll Challengers and Watchers in the 2018 General Election

10/19/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Reminds All New Mexico Voters that Early Voting Begins Saturday, October 20

10/19/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Presents Legislative Priorities to New Mexico Legislators

10/12/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Discusses New Mexico’s Election Security Preparedness at Panel Discussion with the Bipartisan Policy Center

10/5/2018: REMINDER: Tuesday Oct. 9th Deadline to Register to Vote for 2018 General Election& Also Marks the Start of Absentee Voting in New Mexico

10/2/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Announces National Voter Registration Month Produces Over 29K New Mexico Voter Registrations and Updates

9/28/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Attends September Native American Voting Taskforce Meeting

9/27/2018: Sec. Toulouse Oliver Announces 2018 General Election Sample Ballots Now Available Through

9/25/2018: Sec. of State Toulouse Oliver Distributes Digital Toolkit to Promote Getting Registered on National Voter Registration Day

9/21/2018: Sec. of State Toulouse Oliver Sending Over Fifty-Thousand Postcards to Promote Voter Registration Among Eligible but Unregistered Voters in New Mexico

9/21/2018: New Mexico’s Military and Overseas Voters to Begin Receiving General Election Absentee Ballots 

8/31/2018: Ballot Order Determined for 2018 General Election

8/31/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver to Conduct Ballot Order Drawing for 2018 General Election

8/29/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver Announces Straight-Party Voting Option for 2018 General Election Ballot

8/24/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver Prioritizes County Election Security with $3.6M in Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Funding

8/15/2018: Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver Adopts Changes to Two Administrative Rules

8/9/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver to Host Public Hearing on Proposed Changes to Two Administrative Rules

7/18/2018: NM SOS & State Canvassing Board Certify Partial Statewide Recount of Libertarian Write-In Votes


State Canvassing Board to Certify Results of Libertarian Partial-Statewide Recount

7/17/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver Shares Success of Native American Voting Task Force at U.S. Senate Roundtable

7/10/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver Proposes Change to Ruleon Political Party Ballot Order & Repeal ofObsolete Emergency Voting Rule 

5/14/2018: Candidates & Political Groups File Campaign Finance Reports with Secretary of State’s Office

4/30/2018: SOS Toulouse Oliver Announces –New Mexico’s New Online Voter Information Portal 


Use the link above to access our online records website where you can search the index of documents that have been recorded in the County Clerk's Office. This includes deeds, mortgages, judgments, liens, etc. 
You can also search and view official County government documents.This includes minutes, ordinances, code ordinances and resolutions.

FRAUDSLEUTH fair logoFraudSleuth | A tool to help detect possible fraudulent activity

CountyFusion's FraudSleuth tool aids in the detection of possible fraudulent activity regarding documents filed in the County offices where land records are maintained. Property fraud has become an increasingly common concern in the United States. According to the FBI, it is the fastest growing white collar crime. This crime can be unthinkable and devastating for homeowners.

The Los Alamos County Clerk's Office wants to give constituents a way to prevent such acts and detect possible fraudulent activity on their property. The Los Alamos County Clerk's Office has implemented FraudSleuth as part of the records search portal to protect your investment. Our goal is to prevent the loss of time, money and worries associated with correcting mortgage and deed fraud.

FraudSleuth | 
Simplified Name Search

CountyFusion's FraudSleuth is a user-friendly online tool that allows citizens to conduct simple name searches and conveniently access the index of public records that have been filed in the Los Alamos County Clerk's Office from 2001 to present.

To utilize FraudSleuth, visit our Online Records Website, and click on the FraudSleuth icon. Enter your name in the appropriate fields and click the "Search" icon found to the right of the General Criteria field. The results screen will provide an index of documents recorded against your name in the Los Alamos County Clerk's Office.

If you have questions, please call our office at (505) 662-8010.