Office Address: 225 North Beaumont Road, Suite 220, Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Office hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday
Genealogy hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday thru Friday.
All documents from June of 2001 are available via Landshark site
608-326-0216 Jennifer Kozelka, Chief Deputy,
608-326-0220 Register of Deeds fax number
Real Estate Records
Melissa was appointed by Governor Doyle on
June 1, 2005. Prior to that she had been the Chief Deputy since
Jan. 1, 2001. Melissa is a lifelong resident of Crawford County.
She lives on a small farm in Eastman where she raises Quarter
Horses. Melissa likes to spend her spare time horseback riding
and enjoying the outdoors with her friends and family. Melissa
is looking forward to serving the community for many years to
About the Register of Deeds office:
Melissa has one deputy along with herself
to help with the indexing of documents and issuing of vital
records. Jennifer Kozelka is the Chief Deputy and is looking
forward to helping farther our advancement into the
In June of 2001 we started optical imaging of all documents.
This makes all of the documents from that point on accessible
via the internet. (link below) Currently we are working on
backscanning historical documents making even more available
over the net. This advancement will make it possible for our
customers to get the information they need while at their
computers at home. It is our goal to provide efficient and
friendly service to our customers.
Crawford County Register of Deeds website
Crawford County is one of the oldest
counties in the state and it's county seat is Prairie du Chien.
One of the oldest cities in the state. Prairie du Chien's
beginnings were started around Fort Crawford and the American
Fur Trade. The Dousman family, Wisconsin's first millionaires,
headed up the fur trade in this region. The family home "The
Villa Louis" is a State Historical Site located in Prairie du
Chien on the banks of the Mississippi River.