The Dane County Register of Deeds Office is the central location for vital records and land records for Dane County. Our Vital Records Section maintains and issues copies of birth, death, marriage, divorce, and domestic partnership certificates, and records military discharge papers for veterans. Our Real Estate Section maintains and issues copies of land records for property located in Dane County (deed information), and records a variety of other documents of significance (firm name registration). Most records are available for viewing in our office free of charge.
The Dane County Register of Deeds Office is open Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Vital Record applications are accepted in-person Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 am to 3:45 pm.
Find a map to our office under the Contact Us tab above.
Records of birth, death, marriage, divorce, domestic partnerships and military discharge.Learn More
The Register of Deeds supports two online real estate records searches: Tapestry and Laredo.Learn More
Our office is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Vital record applications and real estate documents for recording can be mailed to our physical address .Learn More
Neighborhood Search Program
The list of documents in the Neighborhood Search Program is a working list and should not be considered a complete list of these types of documents recorded with the Register of Deeds. The list is subject to error, omissions, and future modification. As our office continually works to back index the documents in our care, search results from this program will change.
The Register of Deeds has made it's library of neighborhood covenants and restrictions free to search and download.
Find your neighborhood documents here.
Register of DeedsKristi Chlebowski
Kristi Chlebowski is the current elected Register of Deeds.
Phone: (608) 267-8814
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