Land Records


The Land Records department is responsible for recording legal documents according to the Kentucky Revised Statutes. Some of the documents recorded in our office are mortgages, deeds, wills, marriage licenses, liens, releases and corporate records. Our records go back to around 1792, the year Kentucky became the fifteenth state. These records can be found in three formats; in books, on microfilm or digitally imaged in our computer system.

Our research area has reopened to the public.  Computer terminal space remains limited, and usage fees for the remote access system will be waived for the foreseeable future.

Location: Room 132

Hours: Copies & Inquiries 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Recording window closes at 4:00 p.m.

Copy fees are $.50/page and $1.00/plat.  Only cash or check are accepted.

Current recording effective date is May 11, 2021

Phone number: (859) 253-3344 Land Records Department

Mailing address:

Fayette County Clerk
162 E. Main St, Rm. 132
Lexington, KY 40507