FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 23, 2020
Contact: DuPage County Recorder
In response to the ongoing public health crisis involving COVID-19, DuPage County Recorder Fred Bucholz is taking steps to ensure the safety of our customers, employees and the residents of DuPage County. The goal is to continue to provide important services
to the public while limiting the exposure of the virus to our customers and staff. Our Office has installed plexiglass shields to protect the health and safety of our customers and staff.
At the start of the business day of June15, 2020, the DuPage County Recorder will be open to the public.
Customers will continue to be able to record documents with this office via our e-recording process by submitting documents to our office via USPS mail or commercial shipping carriers (such as FedEx or UPS)., or by bringing documents in person to our office for recording. If you have any questions, please call the
Recorder’s Office at 630-407-5400.
RETRIEVING PREVIOUSLY RECORDED DOCUMENTS
If the document you are requesting was recorded since March 16, 1961, you can download a copy of the document for free at www.dupageco.org/recorder.
If you need a document prior to March 16, 1961 you can send an email to email@example.com. Please include a name, permanent index number, or address of the property. If you need additional assistance regarding
your document request, you can reach us at 630-407-5400.
We appreciate your patience over the past three months. In the end, the changes were designed to protect the health and safety of our customers and staff.
A Word from the Recorder
The Recorder's Office is Dedicated to Customer Service through Communication, Attention to Detail and a Commitment to Excellence.
As the DuPage County Recorder, I believe first and foremost that service is the main objective of the office. My staff is willing to assist you in any manner possible. Please keep in mind that we are not attorneys and cannot dispense legal advice. If
you have questions about the preparation or legality of a document, you should consult with an attorney. When you are ready to record your documents, you may either mail them or present them for processing to my staff.
Fred Bucholz, DuPage County Recorder