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Airport(219) 866-2100
Animal Control(219) 866-5756
Assessor(219) 866-4914
Auditor(219) 866-4930
County Clerk(219) 866-4926
Circuit Court(219) 866-4941
County Commissioners
Community Corrections
Coroner(219) 866-7334
County Council
Emergency Management(219) 866-9423
Health Department(219) 866-4917
Highway Department
Human Resources(219) 866-4935
Information Technology(219) 866-4980
Probation(219) 866-4902
Prosecuting Attorney(219) 866-5321
Recorder(219) 866-4923
What Does the Jasper County Recorder Do? The county recorder's function is to maintain permanent public records involving a wide variety of instruments. These documents detail transactions involving real estate, mining, personal property, mortgages, liens, leases, subdivision plats, military discharges, personal bonds, etc. {IC 36-2-11-8} Generally, all of these instruments are recorded either for giving legal public notice of their existence or for safekeeping and future reference. The recorder maintains and preserves all legal documents affecting title to real property. These records are the legal basis for determining ownership. The degree with which the recorder fulfills his or her responsibilities ultimately forms the legal foundation for the institution of private property. The recorder is a member of the county commission on public records, which has authority over the preservation or disposition of all public records maintained by the county. {IC 5-15-6}. (Generally see IC 36-2-11, for the duties of the county recorder.)
Superior Court(219) 866-4971
Surveyor(219) 866-4907
Treasurer(219) 866-4938
Veteran Service Office(219) 866-9424
Court Appointed Special Advocates(219) 866-0843
Crossroads CASA is a volunteer program through the Jasper Circuit Court that focuses on recruiting, training, supervising, and supporting community volunteers whose mission is to advocate for abused and neglected children in Jasper, Newton, and Benton Counties.