Can I obtain a copy of a record?

Yes. Our index and images are now available for most documents using the U.S. Land Records website. The index for most documents from 1975 to present is a free search. The images for most documents from 1975 to present are a pay per access service.


You are welcome to come into the office for copies. They are 50 cents per page. You can print a copy for most documents from 1975 to present using the search stations available in the office. You will pick up the copy from our staff. They will also be available to make copies of the records prior to 1975.


In 2017 we added the Archive Viewer to our public stations and online as explained above. Certified copies are 50 cents per page, plus $3 for the certification.

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1. How far back do your records go?
2. What kind of documents are recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office?
3. How do documents get recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office?
4. Can I obtain a copy of a record?
5. If I have an address, can I find out how owns the property?
6. How do I find out who currently owns the property surrounding my property?
7. How can I get information on subdivisions?
8. How do I know if there is a lien or judgment on my property?