Welcome to the Muskingum County Recorder’s Office.
You may search electronic records from this website, just as you would from my office. Please note the various effective dates of our indexes when researching online, (Deeds 1977) (Mortgages 1976) (Liens & Misc 1975) (Leases 1981) (Military Discharges 1965) (Plats 1800) (UCC’s 1993).
Effective April 1, 2011, if you want to search records prior to the above dates, you will need to click on the “Historical Indexes” tab. For instructions on how to search Historical Indexes, go to the “Forms” link & click on the OIB Training Sheet.
PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN ANY DEED OR OTHER INSTRUMENT FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF A DWELLING WHICH RESTRICT THE SALE, RENTAL OR USE OF THE PROPERTY BECAUSE OF RACE OR COLOR ARE INVALID UNDER FEDERAL LAW AND ARE UNENFORCEABLE.
AUTHORITY: FAIR HOUSING ACT, TITLE VIII OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1968, 42 U. S. C., PP3601. ET SEQ
Please feel free to visit our office Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. We are closed on all legal holidays. If I can be of future assistance or if you have any questions, please contact me at (740) 455-7107 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We invite you to browse our site and hope you will visit often.
Muskingum County Recorder
- Online Records
- Documents Filed
Welcome to the Muskingum County Recorder’s Online Records System. Usage of this site constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions contained in our disclaimer. This site will allow you to search the Muskingum County Recorder’s records online.
Information contained within this site is updated daily, Monday thru Friday.
Documents filed with the office will be added onto the Recorder’s web site within a reasonable time.
BY CLICKING THE “PUBLIC ACCESS” LINK BELOW, YOU ARE AGREEING TO ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH IN OUR “DISCLAIMER”!
- Alley and Street Vacations
- Certificates of Transfer
- Corporation Mergers
- Deeds – Warranty, Quit Claim, Survivorship, Sheriff
- Financing Statements
- Land Contracts
- Liens – Mechanic’s, Notice of Commencement, Recognizance Bond, Unemployment Compensation, Worker’s Comp, Federal and Personal Tax Liens
- Military Service Discharges
- Miscellaneous Records
- Mortgages – Mortgage Releases, Assumptions, Assignments, Subordinations, Waivers of Priority
- Name Changes
- Power of Attorney
- State Centerline Surveys
- Street Name Changes
- Zoning Resolutions, Maps & Amendments
Cindy Rodgers was appointed to the position of Muskingum County Recorder on June 4, 2012. Prior to being elected as Recorder, Cindy worked as a deputy in the Muskingum County Recorder’s Office for more than 16 years. Cindy is a member of the Ohio Recorder’s Association (ORA) and serves on the Record’s Commission Board for Muskingum County.
Locally, Cindy is a member of the Muskingum County Township Association, the Farm Bureau, the Cattleman’s Association, and serves as an Alternate Member of the Perry Township Zoning Commission. Cindy has also been involved with many charitable organizations including the Carr Center, Operation Feed, Big Brothers Big Sisters and was the co-chair for the Government Division of the 2010-2011 United Way campaign. She also serves on the Convention & Visitors Bureau Board.
A lifelong resident of Muskingum County, Cindy resides east of Zanesville in Perry Township with her husband, Justin.
It is the duty of the County Recorder’s Office to maintain all the land records in Muskingum County. The office makes a complete, accurate and permanent record of every document pertaining to the conveyance of land within the county. The Recorder’s office is responsible to file, record and index every document they receive and to make it accessible to the public. The Recorder enforces more than 1000 sections of the Ohio Revised Code pertaining to the duties of the office. The Recorder also serves on the county’s Record Commission which oversees the retention and disposal of the county records. The Muskingum County Recorder’s Office contains records dating back to 1803. The records in the Recorder’s Office are utilized by attorneys, genealogists, surveyors, general public and land title examiners.