Hancock County Recorder

Tracy Coldren

​Tracy Coldren


Hancock County Recorders Office
300 S. Main St., Room 23
Findlay, Ohio 45840

Phone:  419-424-7091
Fax:       419-423-3017

Office Hours:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm  Monday - Friday

Effective 03/23/2020 and until further notice,

The Hancock County Recorder’s Office will be closed and have restricted access to the public, but we will still be here to process documents and to answer any phone calls.


Many public records can be searched online on our website here:

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*By Mail

*eRecording effective Monday March 23, 2020

*Drop Box

We will continue to accept all document filings by mail. In addition, document filings may be placed in a drop box located in the  courthouse. The following information is required for the mailing and/or deposit of documents being filed.

-All documents must be in an envelope addressed to the Hancock Co. Recorder’s Office

-We will accommodate the filings between the Auditor’s and Treasurer’s Offices

-Include a telephone number in case we need to contact you

-All paperwork must be complete for all offices involved

-No cash will be accepted

-A Self-addressed stamped return envelope must accompany all filings

-No receipts will be available at Drop-Off. They will be returned with the document(s) after processing.

-Document filing status will be available on our website



Title search work can be done by appointment. At this time, appointments will be scheduled for 1 hour per day on a 1st come 1st serve basis. Our room is big enough to schedule 2 searchers per hour.  Please contact the office for available times and to schedule at 419-424-7091, or at TLColdren@co.hancock.oh.us

We will not accept any documents over the counter by anyone using the public search room to maintain the social distancing recommendation by the CDC.

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. If you need older copies not available from our website, we will be more than willing to fax or email any copies you may need. Don’t hesitate to call me if you have any questions.


Tracy L. Coldren

Hancock County Recorder



Tracy Coldren has worked in the Hancock County Recorder's Office since 2000 and took the oath of office January 2017.


To perform a land record search click the link below:
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The County Recorder keeps and maintains accurate land records that are current, legible and easily accessible. An important aspect of the Recorder's work is to index each document so it may be readily located. Accurate indexing makes it possible for persons searching land records to find the documents necessary to establish a "chain of title" (history of ownership) and ensures that any debts or encumbrances against the property are evident. These invaluable records are utilized by the general public, attorneys, historians, genealogists and land title examiners.

In some counties certain property is registered under the Torrens Act. This "registered land" has boundaries certified to be correct; title is guaranteed by a state insurance fund. Torrenized land records are the responsibility of the County Recorder.


To check out some Frequently Asked Questions about the Hancock County Recorder, click the FAQ's Button in the menu to the left or click here.

Office Hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm - Monday - Friday