The Grundy County Recorder is elected by the citizens of Grundy County for a four-year term, as set forth in the Constitution of the State of Illinois.
The Recorder's Office is established by Illinois State statute as the legae repository for land records in Grundy County. In essence, we are a government library for documents concerning the ownership of property. When a document is recorded, our office assigns it a unique Document Recording Number, and then nters the document into a county-wide database. Copies of the actual document are stored on digital media. The original is returned to the owner. The office stores copies of recorded documents dating back to Grundy County's inception in 1841. We can provide copies of all documents. Fees for these services are set by County Ordinances and State statue.
The Grundy County Recorder's Office (Room 11) is located on the main floor, in the Courthouse, in historic downtown Morris, Illinois, on the corner of Washington, Franklin and Liberty Streets.
You are always welcome to visit our office to make use of our free public terminals to search information. If this is not convenient, listed below are the options available to you for searching Grundy County land records online.
Searching and viewing documents = no charge. Click here to go to our online search program.
Printing Documents = $1.00 per page. Set up your own account and pay as you go with a credit card. (Visa, Mastercard, Discover & American Express accepted)
Grundy County Recorder's Office has made available online data and document images from 1986 to present*.
- Search parameters include party name, recorded data range, and document type.
- Documents July 1986 to May 1994 are partially indexed by name.
- *Complete indexing from May 2, 1994 to current.
- Please contactc the office if you are unable to locate a document.
- Use Internet Explorer
Disclaimer: This is a working index and should be used solely to locate legal documents. It is recommended to search several ways. Documents printed at our website are unofficial and the Recorder's Office cannot guarantee they will be considered legal in a court of law. Official documents may be acquired at the Recorder's Office.