The Clerk's Office notarizes documents and distributes commission certificates. If you have requested a notary from the state, you will receive a letter from the Clerk's Office when your commission has arrived and is available for pick up at during regular business hours.
It is $16 to pick up the notary in-person, $32 if you would like it mailed to your or you send a representative.
Accepted payment is cash, check, credit & debit card, and money order.
The Champaign County Clerk is the official record keeper of all birth, death, marriage, and civil unions that occur in Champaign County. The Vital Records department can provide copies of these records to eligible individuals upon request.
Learn more about the history of Champaign County land ownership.
The County Recorder is the official land records manager for the county. The recorder
is responsible for recording, archiving, and retrieving a variety of documents, mostly deeds, liens, plat maps, and an assortment of historical documents.
Precinct, county board district, legislative district, and congressional maps can be found here.
Find more information about government bodies in Champaign County, including their taxing rates and annual budgets. You can also find information on filing and searching for Statements of Economic Interest for individuals.