Searching Elk County Deeds

Category: Elk County News
Published: Tuesday, 04 August 2020
DID YOU KNOW  ---  You can search most all of Elk County's deeds online?

Of course, you are welcome to search in our office using our public terminals, but you can also search from the comfort of your home or office.  Currently deeds from 1864 to the present are searchable online.  The deeds prior to 1864 will need to be searched in our office at this time.

You can access the deeds at; then click on Register & Recorder Online Deed Search.   If you log in as a guest, some information will be blacked out (redacted).  If you setup an online account with a credit card, you will be able to save a copy or print the document and it will not be redacted.  Prices are the same as in our office, 50 cents per page.  If you have any questions regarding the online deed search, you can chat with our vendor by clicking on the "LIVE CHAT" button at the bottom of your screen; or you can email our vendor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Prothonotary's Office Online Civil Docket Access

Category: Elk County News
Published: Wednesday, 23 September 2020





Keystone Scholars - UPDATE

Category: Elk County News
Published: Tuesday, 17 December 2019
Elk County was part of the Keystone Scholars pilot program where the State's Treasury Department deposits $100 in a 529 Savings Account for every newborn.  State Treasurer Torsella recently provided some exciting updates on the program; and Elk County did extremely well in the pilot program.  The Keystone Scholars program now covers the entire Commonwealth.  Here is a link to Torsella's press release:

Change in Dog License Sales Location

Category: Elk County News
Published: Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Attention dog owners !!!   The Elk County Treasurers Office would like to inform you that Elk County Ammo and Arms is no longer selling dog licenses.  Burkes Ace Home Center will now be issuing the 2020 dog licenses in St. Marys.  You can find Burkes Ace Home Center at 1077 Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys.

Elk County Launches PulsePoint

Category: Elk County News
Published: Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Are you CPR Certified ?   

Did you ever wish you could help someone in need of CPR ?

Elk County is proud to partner with the Allegheny Health Network / St. Vincent Hospital to bring to our residents

PulsePoint is comprised of 2 APPS that can be downloaded to your cell phone (either IOS or Android). 


The PulsePoint RESPOND APP is used to notify you when a cardiac arrest is occurring at a public location within ¼ mile of where you are currently located.  The purpose of this is to alert CPR trained individuals that they may be able to help someone in need while first responders are going to the scene.  Seconds count in these situations; so being able to begin CPR at the earliest possible time is the goal.  You will never be sent to someone's private residence - only public locations.


The PulsePoint AED APP allows a user to assist in creating a registry of AED machines and their locations.  This assists 911 to inform responders / callers of the location of any nearby AED machines during a crisis.


More information, including downloads, is available at


Elk County Courthouse
250 Main Street
P.O. Box 448
Ridgway, PA 15853

Elk County Courthouse Annex
300 Center Street
P.O. Box 448
Ridgway, PA 15853