Office Hours: Effective 4/1/2021: Mon through Fri 8am-4pm.
Under statute the County Recorder shall serve on the County Records Commission which authorizes the retention of county records and determines when or how these government records may be disposed of. The County Recorder also: collects fees for documents filed in the Recorder’s Office, and pays these monies into the County’s General Fund; maintains an accurate record of all monies appropriated to the Recorder’s Office including preparation of annual budgets and reports, vouchers, purchase orders etc.; maintains payroll records, sick leave, vacation records, and other records pertaining to the Recorder’s staff; files annually an ethics report, inventory of office equipment and other reports required by law; notifies boards of commissioners and township trustees annually of their duty to file zoning resolutions, maps, and amendments.
Map Office Guidelines for E-filing:
All deeds MUST be faxed, emailed or delivered to the office at least 24 business hours prior to recording. Deeds do not have to be executed for the pre-approval process. If an E-file arrives without pre-approval it will go to review and will not be completed till the following business day. E-recordings are done in the order they are received. By our guidelines we do have 48 hours to process all deeds but we strive to complete them in 24 hours.
330-627-7496 Fax or email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Auditor’s Office Guidelines for E-filing:
Per our office guidelines we will have 48 hours to review and process all deeds. Once the deed is approved by the Map Office, the Auditor’s Office will review the deed and conveyance form. If the deed or conveyance form is rejected the time will restart as soon as we receive the corrected conveyance form or deed.
Cheryl Halter, Chief Deputy Shirley Pitts, Deputy
Brittany Cain, Deputy