Clerk & Recorder
Welcome to the Grundy County Clerk and Recorder’s Office
Here, we’re more than just an office – we’re the guardians of records, the facilitators of elections, and your partners in civic engagement.
From vital life documents to the democratic process, we’re honored to assist you every step of the way. Our knowledgeable staff is dedicated to providing you with accurate information and efficient service.
Whether you’re seeking records, participating in elections, or simply exploring our historic space, we’re delighted to have you here. Join us in shaping the legacy of Grundy County, one milestone at a time.
Grundy County Clerk and Recorder
Monday – Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Clerk: (815) 941-3222
Recording: (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.