ACCESS TO SERVICES


The Fond du Lac County Register of Deeds office is open during normal business hours.  As recommended health and safety guidelines are continuously assessed, I encourage the public and our business partners to be aware of services accessible through the use of online tools and by mail.  Please consider all access options when utilizing the following services.

 
Recording Real Estate Documents

This office can process real estate documents submitted via E-recording or delivered by mail.

For businesses that want more information on submitting real estate documents electronically, please click here: Electronically Record Your Real Estate Documents.


Researching Real Estate Documents
Fond du Lac County land records can be accessed with LandShark.  This online program provides access to view and purchase recorded/filed documents going back to 1839.  If you are new to LandShark please contact this office with questions on how best to utilize it.

Click on the LandShark icon to register.  LandShark -- Powered By TriMin


Vital Records
This office can process vital record requests (birth, death, marriage, divorce and domestic partnership records) by mail or online.
How to Request a Vital Record


The wellbeing and safety of county residents is a top priority.  I thank you for your assistance and patience. 

James M. Krebs 
Register of Deeds

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Fond du Lac County
Re
gister of Deeds Office
160 S Macy St - 1st Floor
PO Box 509
Fond du Lac WI 54936-0509

 

PHONE: (920) 929-3018    
FAX: (920) 929-3293
Email: jim.krebs@fdlco.wi.gov
HOURS: 7:45am - 4:30pm Monday-Friday except Holidays. Real estate documents are recorded between 7:45am and 3:30pm Monday - Friday. Documents received after 3:30pm are recorded the following business day.

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 Mission Statement
The mission of the Fond du Lac County Register of Deeds office is to provide all services required by law. To provide the official county repository for all real estate documents, vital records and military discharge records. To provide convenient access to the public records. To implement statutory changes, system modernizations and to provide timely services to our citizen-customers.

 

For a short video on the duties and services of the Register of Deeds office please check out the Wisconsin Register of Deeds Association video, "Who We Are."