Welcome to the Vermilion County Recorder’s office website.
Welcome to the Vermilion County Recorder’s Office website. Here you will find information, forms, news and answers to many of your questions concerning recording and searching for documents and information.
A tour of our office is a chronological history not only of Vermilion County real estate, beginning with the original government tracts, but of technology. The records held within our office showcase the best means of record keeping within any given point in time during our history, from records painstakingly stored within large leather bound books filled with the flowing and often poetic language of our forefathers to today’s digital images.
Our staff is committed to the protection and preservation of the records and unique documents stored here, with the assurance they will be both accessible and secure, and to providing an efficient office, giving the public courteous, fast and accurate information and assistance.
Please feel free to visit our office and be assisted by our friendly staff. We are here to serve the citizens of Vermilion County and look forward to continually improving the Recorder’s Office to better serve your needs.
- About the Recorder’s Office
- Services Provided
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Tips for “GOOD RECORDINGS” and a Fast Turnaround Time
How do I obtain a copy of my deed?
You can request a copy from our office in person, by mail, or online with a credit card at: https://tapestry.fidlar.com/Tapestry2/Search.aspx
However, if you request a copy by mail, please enclose a check for the correct amount of the copying charge and a self-addressed stamped return envelope, and you must have a book and page or document number that your requesting included on the request.
What is the cost of a copy of my deed?
A copy costs $1.00 per page.