Online Access Information
Access to the internet records with images are available online.
Opening/viewing/printing is limited to the option selected.
Johnson County, MO will have a newly designed online search site as well as a new pricing structure, starting July 1st, 2023. The website can still be accessed at johnsonmo.icounty.com. On July 1st you will need to register as a new user to continue to use the site. If you are already registered with another county, you will not need to register again, you are able to use the same login as you do with any of those counties.
Purchasing images can now be paid directly through the site. Please contact I-County at
816-295-1540 with any questions about the online searching.
A company’s solicitation to certify deeds has hit homes again in Johnson County, Missouri.
Records Recovery Services, mailed a deed notice to a local woman asking that she send $87 to have the deed to her home certified — a simple task that can be done for approximately $5 or less in the office.
The letter is filled with disclaimers that suggest their services are not associated with any governmental agency and that it is not a bill. Since it looks legitimate containing personal information gathered under public record it is a concern that some property owners may fall victim.
This $87 fee is steep compared to the $1 per page fee the office offers.
We urge anyone who receives such a letter to contact the office for more information at 660-747-6811.