Governor Pritzker's Executive Order 2020-14 allowing for remote notarizations from https://www2.illinois.gov/Pages/Executive-Orders/ExecutiveOrder2020-14.aspx
OFFICE OF THE MADISON COUNTY RECORDER
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Madison County Recorder Amy M. Meyer is taking steps to ensure the safety of our patrons, employees and the residents of Madison County. Understanding the essential function our office provides and the need to continue our operations, we have changed our operations with the goal of continuing our services to the public while limiting exposure of the virus to our patrons and staff. Fortunately, many of the services provided by the Recorder’s Office can be provided without direct in-person contact.
As a result, the Recorder will be making the following changes:
At the start of the business day of March 23, 2020, the Madison County Recorder will be recording documents by USPS MAIL, FedEx, UPS mail or electronic-recording ONLY.
The public will not be allowed into the Recorder’s Office. This will remain in effect until April 7, 2020.
September 23, 2019 a new fee schedule will go into effect
Click Here to view New Fee Schedule
Dear Madison County Resident:
Madison County Recorder, Amy M. Meyer welcomes you to the Office of the Madison County Recorder’s website. Here you will find information regarding recording fees, document requirements, and how to search the record.
The primary responsibility of the Recorder’s Office is to record, index and maintain all documents transferring land in Madison County. Our land record, which begins in 1812, establishes legal ownership to land and protects landholder’s rights. In addition to documents related to land such as deeds, mortgages, liens, trusts, and easements, we also record (DD-214) discharge documents for our veterans, as well as out of county birth certificates and marriage licenses. Because our record is more than 200 years old, there exists a wealth of information for historians and genealogists. We like to say…History begins here.
The extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff of the Recorder’s office are committed to providing you with the highest quality customer service. We take pride in running an efficient detail-oriented office, and understand the importance of getting your documents on record as quickly as possible.
We are here to help! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at 618-296-4475 or by email at email@example.com.It is our pleasure to serve and represent Madison County.
Amy M. Meyer
Lis Pendens (Notice of Foreclosure) copies required to be provided to Madison County under Public Act 96-856 pursuant to 735 ILCS 5/15-1503(b) may be sent to:
Madison County Recorder
P.O. Box 308
Edwardsville, IL 62025