Welcome to the Office of the Recorder
JANUARY 14, 2015 - THE LAUNCH OF A FRESH NEW WEB SITE FOR THE KANKAKEE COUNTY RECORDERS OFFICE WILL BE LIVE ON JANUARY 20, 2015
k3countyrecorder.com IS A MULTIPAGE WEBSITE THAT IS INFORMATIVE ON THE SERVICES, FEES, COMMONLY USED FORMS, HELPFUL INFORMATION, A LINK TO ONLINE SERVICES AND INFORMATION AS WELL AS OTHER COUNTY OFFICES.
IT IS THE GOAL OF THE RECORDERS OFFICE TO MAKE THE PROCESS SIMPLE AND EASY, “WE HOPE THE INFORMATION AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS WEBSITE WILL DO JUST THAT” STATED LORI GADBOIS, KANKAKEE COUNTY RECORDER.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE RECORDER’S OFFICE 815-937-2980 OR WOULD LIKE TO VISIT THE RECORDERS OFFICE – 189 EAST COURT – SECOND FLOOR – KANKAKEE IL 60901
County Recorders are an integral part of property ownership. The foundation of what was to become the Recorder's office was laid in 1215 A.D. with the signing of the Magna Carta which provided for state protection of land ownership. The Kankakee County Recorder's office retain records dating back to the founding of the county in 1853.