Recording of Instruments
The primary responsibility of deed records is to record and process all property instruments presented to the County Clerk's office. This is to ensure the safekeeping of these documents in case of loss or destruction. Once a record is filed, it is possible for copies to be made for proof of land ownership, liens against property, and other legal necessities.
Public Record Searches
No searches will be done over the telephone. There is a $5 fee per written record for any search we conduct, with the exception of liens. We will not conduct any lien searches. This constitutes a title search. Search public records online.
E-Recording With Simplifile
File instruments or documents in our Records Office using Simplifile.
E-Recording With Corporation Service Company
File instruments or documents in our Records Office using CSC.
Trustee and Foreclosure Sales
These sales are conducted the first Tuesday of every month at 100 E. Pearl Street at the south door of the Courthouse.
You must be present in our office to file a brand. Brands are valid for 10 years.
Military Discharge Records
Military discharge records (DD214) can be filed with the County Clerk at no charge. If you file your discharge record with the County Clerk’s Office, you will never have to worry about finding a copy of the record.
Filing fees for instruments are $21 for the first page and $4 for each additional page. A Deed of Trust, which has more than one rider, will have an added fee of $8 per page of each additional rider. View the county Clerk's complete fee schedule.E-Recording With Simplifile