Location: Shetland Park, 45 Congress St., Suite 4100, Salem, MA 01970

Hours: 8:00 a.m. til 4:30 p.m. Mon.- Fri.

Recording hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mon.- Fri.


Main Number: (978) 542-1700
Department menu to select from:

Register John O'Brien: 978-542-1722

Register’s Fax: (978) 744-7679

Customer Service: 978-542-1704

Click here to email Customer Service

Assistant Register Kim Arena: 978-542-1728

Assistant Register Deborah G Gilmore: 978-542-1724

Copy and Fax Department: 978-542-1708

Copy Dept. Fax numbers: (978) 744-5865 & (978) 744-6261

IT Department and Website Help: 978-542-1770

e-mail Kosta Psiakis at

Plan Room and Engineering: 978-542-1755

Recorded Land Department: 978-542-1750

Land Court: 978-542-1753

Human Resources and Accounts Payable: 978-542-1730

The Registry of Deeds is located at the Shetland Park complex 45 Congress Street Suite 4100, Salem, MA 01970. Below are driving instructions coming from either Rte. 128 or Rte.1;

From 128 North take exit 25A ( Route 114 East ) follow signs to 114E(North Street) into Salem. Turn left at Norman Street, go straight through 2 sets of lights on New Derby Street, which turns into Derby Street. Take right at intersection (Congress Street), a public garage is on corner. Proceed over the bridge - the entrance to Shetland Park is on the left (guard booth).  

From Route 1 North or Route 95 North to Route 129 South. Follow Route 129 South to Route 107 North, and follow into Salem. 


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As you enter Shetland Park, after passing the guard booth, go straight till the end and turn right. There are 2 hour parking spaces at the front of the building to the left of the Registry entryway.

Click here to view a map of Shetland Park and the Registry of Deeds.  The red line leads to two hour visitor parking spaces, the blue line (which follows Lynch Street) leads to the long term parking located on the rooftop of the parking garage.  Click here to download the full size image to view larger or print out yourself.  (Depending on your computer settings the image may open up at a reduced size if it opens in Internet Explorer, just look for the small expansion button in the bottom right hand corner of the image and click it.)