Hamilton County Recorder Scott Crowley is proud to announce that the Recorder’s Office received an award from the National Association of Counties in the category of information
In an ongoing effort to have a fully digital office, Hamilton County Recorder Scott Crowley is pleased to announce that The Hamilton County Recorder’s Office has released online access to over Three Million Images of Registered Land Documents, Certificates, Indexes and RL Official Record Books.
Recorder Crowley is pleased to announce Real Estate Fraud Alert - Recording Notification Service has been implemented free of charge!
When a document is recorded into the Official Records of Hamilton County with an identity that is being monitored, an email will
Notice of statewide recording fee changes due to legislative action in House Bill 93 - Ohio Revised Code 317.32(c).
Hamilton County Recorder Scott Crowley is pleased to announce that Margo Cooper is the 2021 recipient of the Griffin Yeatman Award.
The Griffin Yeatman award recognizes the citizens and groups of Hamilton County who volunteer their time and services to
Register online to participate in our Veteran ID Card Program.
If you are a business that would like to participate and show your thanks and appreciation to our Military Veterans
Notice!! The Hamilton County Recorder’s Office will resume regular business hours and full public access.
More Great News! Hamilton County Recorder Scott Crowley is pleased to announce, for the first time online, a Registered Land Deed and Certificate Index is now available for the time period of 1913 to 1988.
Hamilton County Recorder Scott Crowley is pleased to announce on Friday, January 15, 2021, The Hamilton County Recorder’s Office released access to over One Million images of Deed Books from the years 1930 to 1961. These were the books stored in the basement - Deed Book volumes 1524 to 3193.
Effective Monday, November 30, 2020 the Recorder’s Office is closed to the public and examiners until further notice.
Hamilton County Recorder Employees will be working from the office and are here to assist you, Monday thru Friday, 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
For any policy or recording concerns, please contact Dave Pittinger, Chief of Staff, at 513-946-4573.
Effective Thursday, October 17, 2019, recording fees for most documents increased by $6.00 due to the passage of HB 166 by the Ohio Legislature.
On Friday April 20, 2018, The Hamilton County Recorder’s Office released access to over One Million images of Deed Books from the years of 1967 thru 1988.