Recorder’s Office

The County Recorder is an elected official serving for a term of four years, but no more than eight years within a 12-year period. The Recorder’s chief function is that of preserving public records, including deeds, mortgages, liens, leases, articles of incorporation and amendments, military discharges, and federal tax liens.

Courthouse, Room 220
For the duration of the Courthouse Rehabilitation Project, the Recorder’s Office will be located on the upper floor of the Pulaski County Annex, 125 South Riverside Drive, Winamac, next to the Pulaski County Public Library.

Marsha Tetzloff, Recorder
574-946-3844 (Office)
574-946-6139 (Facsimile)

The Recorder’s Office can help you with:

  • Recording deeds, mortgages, surveys, etc.
  • Making copies of recorded documents for abstractors and others.
  • Filming and scanning all documents.

Doxpop (electronic copies of recorded documents)
Recording Fees