SPRINGFIELD, OH (FEB. 9, 2024) ─ The Clark County Recorder’s Office announced that is has partnered with GovOS, a leading provider of digital transformation solutions for local governments, to launch the company’s Cloud Search solution.
Starting this month, citizens will have access to the advanced search system to find and view hundreds of thousands of public records online. The county’s public land records platform integrates seamlessly with the GovOS Cloud Search Solution.
“In addition to our commitment to the safekeeping and preservation of historical documents, it is also our duty to ensure public records are easily accessible to citizens,” said Nancy Pence, Clark County Recorder. “With GovOS Cloud Search, we can provide the public with easy-to-use search functionality that allows them to find and access thousands of digital documents more efficiently.”
Using GovOS Cloud Search, county staff and citizens can search the thousands of land records dating back to 1818. All public records are accessible via mobile devices, tablets, computers and county workstations. With the system’s built-in filters and sortable grids, users can easily organize their search results and instantly see which records they already opened with the help of the system’s highlighted line items.
Clark County is another additional county in the state of Ohio to deploy GovOS Cloud Search. With its Google-like interface, the search process is simple and straightforward while still offering advanced search capabilities for experienced users. The powerful records search engine is capable of combing through millions of digitized documents and delivering search results within seconds.
The Clark County Recorder’s Office is now also offering a property fraud alert product. Property owners can set up their profile(s) online and receive alerts if a document is recorded against the information included in their profile at the Clark County Recorder’s Office. This service is easy to sign up for and offers a little extra piece of mind. Clark County land records are available to search at: https://clark.oh.publicsearch.us/
Media contact: Michael Cooper, Public Information Officer, 937-521-2031