Harrison County, Ohio

Recorder's Office

Recorder's Office
Phone: 740-942-8869
Fax: 740-942-4693
Mailing Address:
100 West Market St., Cadiz OH 43907

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Map to Recorders Office

DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 EMERGENCY- THE RECORDERS OFFICE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO PUBLIC TRAFFIC.

ALL RECORDING ARE ENCOURAGED TO BE SENT VIA MAIL OR PLACED IN THE DROP BOX THAT HAS BEEN SET UP AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE.

DOCUMENTS WILL BE WALKED THROUGH THE OFFICES FOR YOU. PLEASE CALL IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO DETERMINE FEES THAT WILL BE DUE.

OUR STAFF WILL STILL BE AVAILABLE BY PHONE AND EMAIL DURING THIS TIME. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE DURING THE TIME.

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. (excluding holidays)
Recordation of documents is until 4:15 p.m. daily.
Recordings received after 4:15 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. will go on the next day's business.

Online records search 
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Staff
Joshua Willis, Recorder             jwillis@harrisoncountyohio.org
Roxie Wright, Chief Deputy       rwright@harrisoncountyohio.org
Penny Gilbert, Deputy               pgilbert@harrisoncountyohio.org
Kelly Reed, Deputy                   kreed@harrisoncountyohio.org
Melissa Thompson, Deputy      mthompson@harrisoncountyohio.org

As the Recorder for Harrison County, I am responsible for all real estate records within the county. Our records contain historic facts and details. Harrison County has a population of 15,540 (as of July , 2015) and consists of 15 townships and 9 villages.

The Harrison County Recorder's Office maintains digital records of all real estate documents pertaining to the county.

Thank you for visiting the Harrison County Recorder's Office Website. If you need direct assistance, please contact us by phone at the above number or stop in during regular business hours.

We welcome the opportunity to be of service to you.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Under statue the County Recorder shall serve on the Harrison County Records Commission which authorizes the retention of county records and determines when of how these government records may be disposed of. The County Recorder also collects fees for documents filed in the Recorder's Office and pays these monies into the county's general fund; maintains an accurate record of all monies appropriated by the Recorder's Office for its operation; performs all accounting functions necessary to the operation of the Recorder's Office including preparation annual budgets and reports, vouchers, purchase order, etc. and maintains payroll records, sick leave and vacation records and other records pertaining to the Recorder's staff; files annually an ethics report, inventory of office equipment, depository agreements for funds and other reports required by laws; notifies boards of commissioners and township trustees annual of their duty to file zoning resolutions, maps and amendments.