29 2020 - Livingston County Recorder of Deeds Amy Baker urges county residents to be cautious of mail offers to provide copies of legal documents.
Property owners in the Livingston County area are continuing to receive letters from private companies offering a copy of their deed for an excessive
fee, but the company is not associated with any governmental
Census - The US Census is a Federal "count" that occurs every 10 years in the U.S., and it is a count that is important for not only our state but also for Livingston County.
Completing the Census is a civic duty. Article 1, Section II of the Constitution says that
everyone gets counted. Therefore to support the Constitution,
we need to participate. See
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19 - Livingston County taxpayers are reminded of changes in security at the courthouse. Livingston County
Treasurer-Collector Paula McCoy reminds residents of changes at the courthouse before they head in to pay their
tax bills. With a full-time security officer, those entering the courthouse will be asked to take any purses or backpacks,
along with any weapons, back to their vehicle. Only bring in car keys, tax bill,
and method of payment. Also, only the doors on the north side of the
building, facing Webster street, can be used for entry into the building. There is also a drop-box for tax payments on the north side of the
courthouse which is checked multiple times a day.