Karen A. Stukel

Will County Recorder of Deeds

Will County, IL
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Karen A. Stukel

Recorder of Deeds, Will County, IL

Welcome To The Will County Recorder of Deeds Website

 

The Bolingbrook office will be closing at 12:00 p.m. on August 11, 2020 and closed on August 20, 2020.


Recorder’s Office COVID-19 Re-opening Plan

The Will County Recorder’s Office will be reopening to the public on Monday, July 20, 2020. To ensure the health and safety of our staff and community we have put several protective measures in place. Face coverings will be required to enter the building and conduct business. 


The Bolingbrook Satellite Office will reopen on Tuesday, July 21, 2020. There will no longer be a public search station available at that location due to our limited office space.  


We will only be allowing 1 person per transaction in the lobby at a time due to space constraints and our ability to safely social distance. 


We continue to urge the public to send in documents for recording via USPS, UPS, or Fed-Ex. You can also utilize electronic recording if your organization has those capabilities. 


For people needing to obtain copies or search our record books, we request that whenever possible, you access this information online, by mail, email or by contacting our office. 


If you are attempting to search in our Archives area, we are handling that by appointment only. We will be offering 2 hour increments to search on our public access computers, microfilm viewers or the record books. You will be required to wear gloves while searching in this area. Please contact Janice Kay at jkay@willcountyillinois.com or Amy Chavez at achavez@willcountyillinois.com to set up an appointment.

 
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we strive to keep everyone safe while visiting our office.

If you have questions/concerns or would like to make an appointment please contact us at the number below:

Recorder’s Office:  (815) 740-4637

The Will County Recorder’s Office is a repository for all documents recorded in Will County since its inception in 1836. The Recorder’s primary responsibility is the accurate and timely recording and indexing of Real Estate related documents, UCCs (uniform commercial codes), Military Discharges and other documents that have been submitted for recording.

All of us at the Recorder’s Office are dedicated to providing you with the best possible service.

Sincerely,


Will County Recorder of Deeds