How to Request Copies of Our Public Records
The complete index and documents for Brown County land records from 1818-to-present are available in the Recorder’s Office. All public documents on record in the Brown County Recorder’s Office may be viewed free-of-charge in the office during the business hour of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday thru Friday; excluding government holidays.
Requests may be made by the following methods:
Visit the Brown County Recorder’s Office located at 800 Mt. Orab Pike, Suite 151, and Georgetown, Ohio, 45121.
Visit our Online Search.
Request document copies by phoning 937-378-6478. At the time of your phone request, please have the necessary information for the Recorder’s staff to locate your record.
Request a document online
Request a document by fax
Request a document by email
All requests by phone, fax, or email are processed in the order received, within a reasonable length of time required for the retrieval process. Pre-payment is required.
Document copy fees are outlined in the Brown County Recorder’s public records policy and in compliance the guidelines set forth in the Ohio Revised Code Section 317.32.
Copies made by individuals $0.10 per page
Copies made by the reorder’s staff $2.00 per page
Certified copies $2.00 per page
Add: for certification $1.00 per instrument
Please note that the Brown County Recorder and staff are prohibited by law from performing title searches and answering questions that are of a legal nature.
Public records will be redacted in accordance with ORC 317.082 to remove:
An individual’s social security number
An individual’s federal tax identification number
An individual’s driver’s license number or state id number
An individual’s checking account, savings account, or credit card number
Effective April 7, 2009; ORC 317.24 determined veterans discharge records were no longer to be considered public record. Therefore, only authorized parties can view or obtain an unredacted copy of any recorded DD214, within the 75 year time frame set forth by the General Assembly.