Survey Document Research

This research website contains our updated index and all files that are currently available in electronic format at our Public research counter. Images of recorded maps, corner records, and other documents are available for download at no cost. These files can be saved to your local system and reprinted as often as needed.

If you do not currently have an account to access our online research website, you will need to set one up. Please contact our staff at (909) 387-8152, and they will assist you in setting up an account. Account setup can also be accomplished via e-mail at

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All documents indexed in our online system will be made available for download at no cost. For those documents which are shown in our online index, but not available for download on the website, please contact our office at (909) 387- 8152 for assistance. We will scan and upload these documents as the need arises. For documents which are not part of our online index (old Flood Control Division field books, as one example), the user will need to come in to our public research counter to view and/or purchase paper copies of these older documents. Due to their limited use and access by the public, there are no plans to image and index these older documents at this time.

In addition to online download of records available from our office, we will still have our public counter available for document research. Paper copies of maps will continue to be available at our public counter per our current fee schedule. All document paper copies obtained at our public counter must be paid for by either cash or check at the time of purchase.

If you have any further questions on document research with our office, please contact us at
(909) 387- 8152.

Interactive map of the County Surveyor Historic Wall Maps (Last updated ~1992)

The wall maps were a series of hand drawn maps that used to hang on the wall in the county surveyor's
office. The wall maps used to serve as a master index of Land Records within the County of San Bernardino.