Effective June 15, the Montgomery County Recorder’s Office will be open to the general public for in-person service.
“The safety of the citizens and my staff is and will remain my top priority. We could not predict how the COVID-19 pandemic would affect our community, but we can determine how we respond,” states Recorder Brandon McClain. “My office will respond with safety measures that ensure customer satisfaction and efficiency, focused on keeping our local real estate market strong.”
The office will open with the safety for its staff and customers as a top priority, following guidelines suggested by the Center for Disease Control and Ohio Department of Health. Sneeze guards, additional hand sanitizing stations and social distancing markers have been installed as a safeguard against the spread of COVID-19. Those conducting business in the office will be greeted by staff members wearing face masks; however, it is not mandatory for the public to wear one.
While the primary function of the Montgomery County Recorder's Office is the handling of ownership documents pertaining to real estate, the office also issues complimentary ID Cards to veterans who have been honorably discharged. This service will also be available as the Recorder’s Office opens on June 15.