Kenosha County - Joellyn M Storz
Office Address: 1010 56th St, Kenosha, WI 53140
Office hours:
  8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Telephone: 262-653-2444
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Kenosha County - Joellyn M StorzAbout Joellyn:  Joellyn was elected to the office of Kenosha County Register of Deeds since 2013.
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About the Register of Deeds office The Kenosha County Register of Deeds Office moved to the Kenosha County Administration building in 1994. Along with a new location, we moved from a land document process using leather-bound books with hand-written entries to a Kenosha County Land Records Management system and automation of the department. Within that first year we had a major reduction in turnaround time for access to recorded documents. Before our automated system was implemented, it took from two to four months to get documents processed. Now, to record a document, get the grantor/grantee data entered into the computer system, and all pages scanned and electronically stored takes less than two days. Our annual volume of 30,000 land documents in 1994 rose to over 60,000 land documents in 2004, but staff levels remains the same, just 6 employees and myself.

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About Kenosha County:  Kenosha County -- the Gateway to Wisconsin -- located between Milwaukee and Chicago, is one of the fastest-growing communities in the State of Wisconsin. Our natural resources, our schools (from elementary school to University), our employment and recreational opportunities, and our quality of life in general, have been recognized and have attracted new residents from within and outside the State boundaries. The community has been recognized by national and international publications as one of the best places in the United States in which to live and raise a family.

Kenosha County, with a population of around 141,000, is comprised of one city, seven towns, and four villages. The county seat is in the City of Kenosha.

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