Due to the current pandemic, the County Clerk and Recorder's Office is asking the public to cooperate with changes in the office. Adherence to social distancing requirements and fask masks will be required at all times while inside the Courthouse and the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Business is encouraged to be conducted via phone, email or mail. Marriage licenses can be obtained by appointment, please call the County Clerk's Office at (815) 941-3222, to set up a time to ensure that you have all necessary documents. Due to limited space, contact the Recorder's Office at (815) 941-3224, to make an appointment for title searching and obtaining deeds. We encourage recording electronically and by mail.

Grundy County Clerk & Recorder Home

Grundy County Clerk and Recorder – Kay Olson


Monday — Friday 8:00 am — 4:30 pm


Clerk Information: 815-941-3222
Recording Information: 815-941-3224


Grundy County Courthouse
111 E. Washington Street Rooms 10, 11, 12
P.O. Box 675
Morris, IL 60450

County Clerk Division

The Grundy County Clerk’s office touches the life of every citizen of Grundy County. No other office in the county interacts to such a great degree with the public. The office handles a variety of duties and responsibilities as set forth in the Illinois Compiled Statues.

The Grundy County Clerk is elected by the citizens of Grundy County for a four-year term, as set forth in the Constitution of the State of Illinois.

Grundy County Recorder

The Recorder’s Office is 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 enters 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.

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