Land Records

The Recorder of Deeds Office records and preserves a diverse collection of documents mostly pertaining to real estate filed in St. Charles County for public record. The Recorder’s Office currently accepts walk-ins, mail and electronic recordings.

For more information, contact the land records division at 636-949-7507 or email the Recorder of Deeds Office.

In-Office Recording Requirements

Due to legal liability, the Recorder of Deeds Office will not provide document forms, notary services or legal advice. All documents submitted for recording must meet the recording requirements and be complete when submitted for recordation.

Certificate of Value (COV)

St. Charles County ordinance requires a Certificate of Value (COV) to be submitted by the grantee when a deed is submitted for recordation showing a transfer of real estate title. The filed COV shall be transmitted to and retained by the Assessor’s Office. A copy will be returned to the grantee.

Copy Request of Recorded Documents

For questions on how to obtain a copy of a document recorded in the St. Charles County Recorder of Deeds Office, contact the Recorder’s copy center at (636) 949-7509 or email the Recorder's copy center.

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