The Eureka County Sheriff's Office provides non-criminal fingerprinting services to the public. Citizens sometimes need to have their fingerprints taken for purposes of employment, license applications, expunging records, etc.

When can I get my fingerprints done?
We provide fingerprinting services to the public on Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. We are closed on holidays. No appointments are necessary, but are advised.

Where do I go to get my fingerprints taken?
Eureka County Sheriff's Office, 411 North Main Street, Eureka, Nevada 89316 Phone (775) 237-5330

How much do you charge for fingerprinting?
Currently there are no charges required to have fingerprints taken, however there maybe application fees for work cards, liquor licenses, concealed weapons permits, etc.

What do I need to bring with me?
The person being fingerprinted must bring current valid photo identification and a second piece of identification both with a signature along with payment in the form of cash, check or money order. The Sheriff's Office does not accept credit or debit cards.
Bring any correspondence, forms and envelopes you received from your employee or other agency requesting the fingerprints. If you were not provided a fingerprint card, we can provide one.

What happens to my fingerprints?
In most cases you will take the completed fingerprints with you, sometimes in a sealed envelope, if required. You are responsible for routing the fingerprint cards to the appropriate agencies following the instructions you received from the agency requiring your fingerprints.

More Questions?  Please call our Civil Administration Department at (775) 237-5330.