Welcome to the Floyd County, Indiana Recorder's Office website.

The Floyd County Recorder's Office preserves many of the community's most important records, ranging from home mortgages and neighborhood covenants to business names and military discharge documents.  Our dedicated staff is committed to providing you with fast and accurate assistance with your recording and searching needs.

The Floyd County Recorder's Office is open from Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm to serve you. We hope that this website will give you the information you need to work through your title search, real estate matter or other matter related to the Floyd County Recorder's Office.

The Types of documents secured by the Recorder's office:

  • home mortgages & real estate transactions
  • military discharge documentation*
  • mining information
  • business names
  • personal bonds
  • liens, leases and subdivision plots

Generally, all of these instruments are recorded either for giving legal public notice of their existence or for safekeeping and future reference.

*Effective May 15, 2007 Military Discharges:
Discharge Records (DD214s) are now confidential and not public record.  Certified copies may be issued to a restricted list of individuals.  For detailed requirements and restrictions please contact the Floyd County Recorder's office. A postage paid, self-addressed envelope sufficient to contain documents must be included for document return. Otherwise Discharge documents may be held at the Floyd County Recorder's office for pickup.

Free Online Search for Neighborhood Covenants
The Floyd County Recorder's office is pleased to provide the residents of Floyd County the opportunity and convenience of performing an online search for Neighborhood convenants.
Click the link below or use the navigation menu to perform an online search.

Free Neighborhood Covenant Online Search

Send Your Floyd County Indiana Records Electronically!
You can now electronically record all your documents in Floyd County Indiana.
Sending documents electronically for recording helps you save time and money.

  • Documents recorded in minutes
  • Avoid mailing costs, traffic, and wasted time
  • Eliminate check writing expenses
  • Increase effectiveness and efficiency
  • Shorten the recording gap
  • All you need is a PC, scanner, and high-speed Internet access

To find out more about electronic recording in Floyd County, please contact one of our subscribing partners:

Sign Up for Property Fraud Alerts!
Mortgage fraud is one of the fastest growing white-collar crimes currently in the United States. Unfortunately, it has become all too easy for a criminal to record a fraudulent deed in your local recorder's office making it appear as if they own your home. Once the fraudulent deed is recorded your home can be used as collateral on a mortgage or a criminal may even attempt to sell your home to an unsuspecting buyer.

Property Fraud Alert is a notification service that alerts subscribers (via email or phone contact) each time a document is recorded with their name on it in the participating County Land Records office. The subscriber must select one method of notification, either an email address or a phone number. Sign up for property fraud alerts!


Floyd County Recorder's Office Personnel Donita Eurton, Lois Endris, Paula Dearing, Marilyn Glotzbach, & Judy Grant
Floyd County Recorder's Office

Lois N. Endris - Recorder

Deputy Recorder's

Paula Dearing, First Deputy
Donita Eurton, Deputy
Judy Grant, Deputy
Brandy Bergmann, Deputy