Our office has been temporarily relocated from the Courthouse. We can be found in the Orr Building, on the second floor, located at 628 Broadway Street. Please use the rear entrance when entering.
Welcome to the office of the Logan County Clerk and Recorder. The County Clerk has many roles in Logan County Government. The County Clerk is the keeper of the official seal of the County, Clerk of the County Board, keeper of vital statistics, marriage licenses, assumed names, tax extensions, delinquent taxes and the Logan County Election Authority. Here you will find forms and suggestions for obtaining documents that may help in your search for information in Logan County.
The County Clerk also serves as the County Recorder. This website provides information on recording fees, plat act and school district affidavits, Property Fraud Alert and On-Line Land Records Search. We look forward to serving you and hope that this website is a helpful tool in your research online recording fees, plat act and school district affidavits, Property Fraud Alert and On-Line Land Records Search. We look forward to serving you and hope that this website is a helpful tool in your research online.
The Office of the County Clerk is responsible for the extension of property tax. Tax levies from all taxing bodies in Logan County are filed in our office and available for viewing.
Delinquent taxes sold in Logan County tax sales must be redeemed in the Office of the County Clerk. It is necessary to call our office to be assured of the exact amount of payment. Payment must be made in cash, certified check or money order.
Assumed Business Name
The Process to file an Assumed Business Name:
- Applicants can complete the Certification of Intention in the Clerk's Office. This form will be notarized in our office.
- The filing fee ($10.00) will be collected the day the applicant comes to the Clerk's Office to collect their information. Acceptable tender is cash or check. The applicant will be asked to provide a valid photo ID.
- The Clerk's Office will give a Publication Notice when the Certification of Intention form has been completed.
- The Publication Notice will need to be submitted to the local paper of record within fifteen days of filing the Certificate of Intention with the Logan County Clerk. The publication fees with newspapers vary. The notice must be published once a week for three consecutive weeks. The Certificate of Intention will be void if publication requirements are not met.
- After our office receives proof of publication from the applicant, we will issue a Certificate of Ownership of Business along with a copy of the publication notice.
**If you have a corporate, incorporated or limited business, you must file at the Office of the Secretary of State in Springfield, Illinois**
Logan County Jail 2021 Inspection Report
The Office of the County Clerk conducts all elections in Logan County. Logan County has 18,784 registered voters and 29 precincts.
You can check your voter registration status on-line by visiting the Illinois State Board of Elections at: Registration lookup