The Grundy County Recorder's Office does NOT provide search services. The Recorder's Office is a repository for all documents recorded in Grundy County since its inception in 1841. Our Record Library is located on the main floor in the Grundy County Courthouse, Room 11, 111 E. Washington Street in Morris, Illinois, and is open to the public for document research. We provide computer workstations, microfilm viewers, and access to all of our historical recording indexes, books, plat books, and plat maps.
We will be happy to assist you in beginning your document search, but please be aware that because of the time, complexity, and legalities involved in document research, we cannot perform the searches for you. You may investigate on your own, or we suggest that you contact a title search company for professional assistance.
You many purchase copies of all documents that are found in your search, set at the rates outlined in our Fee Schedule.
If you are in need of a specific document from our office, you may search for it in our Record Library. If you know the document that you want, providing us the exact Document Recording Number is the easiest and most efficient method of locating a document. If you do not know the Document Recording Number, please provide us with as many of the following pieces of information that you have available, so that we may serve you more efficiently:
For professional title search assistance, check "Title Companies" in the telephone yellow pages.