The Recorder's Office is open 8:00a - 4:30p Monday - Friday.
2016 Holiday Schedule.
Elected in 2014, this is Kate’s first publicly elected office. As Recorder, she served on a 2015 advisory committee with the Public Records Industry Association to review changes in the mortgage industry and was elected to serve on the 2016 National Association of County Recorders, Elected Officials and Clerks board of directors.
A graduate of IUPUI and recipient of the Sagamore of the Wabash, Kate has more than 20 years of experience working in both the public and private sectors. Prior to elected office, Kate was the financial supervisor for a Marion County Small Claims Court. She also served in the offices of Governors Evan Bayh and Frank O’Bannon, worked in the executive office at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and owned a small business for more than 10 years.
Kate lives in the historic Herron-Morton neighborhood with her husband Jason Bell and their two children.
Records any instrument submitted for recording, providing it meets essential requirements. Makes all recorded documents a matter of public record.Files Uniform Commercial Code Instruments.Supplies copies of any instrument and certifies to those recorded upon request. Provides public access to all recorded documents.
The Marion County Recorder’s Office endeavors to provide exemplary service to our community and will maintain the integrity of the public’s records while ensuring they are accessible now and in the future.
Serve the public with integrity in a helpful and professional manner.
Seek innovation and improvement to better serve our community and effectively manage the public's resources.
Institute policies and procedures to efficiently manage and provide access to public records.
Provide a professional work environment and maintain a culture of respect for our customers and staff.
Encourage staff to improve the office through continued training, education and career development.