This office acts as the care-taker of all records of the county pertaining to land titles and transfers. Various forms of deeds, mortgages, bankruptcies, mechanic liens, probate papers, corporate name changes, and plat maps are recorded here.
The County Recorder is an elected official for a 4-year term.
The Recorder also keeps the original government land survey with a tract index. The index gives a history of what has happened to a piece of land dating back to the late 1880s.
People who have served in the Armed Forces may also file their discharge papers here.
All of the records in this office are considered public information and as such, are used by many people such as abstract companies, bankers, and private individuals.
Passports The Meeker County Recorder's Office is an acceptance agent for passport applicants. Our passport department is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We do, however, suggest that you make an appointment with us before you come in. To do so, call 320-693-5440.
No passport applications will be accepted after 3:00 p.m.
Meeker County Plats On-Line Meeker County's plats are available to view or print from this website.
Historical Plat Books Plat books are not official recorded documents so their accuracy is not verified. However, they prove invaluable for the historian. Meeker County has preserved a number of plat books, the oldest of which is from 1907.