The Edmonson County Clerk’s office is the place you visit to license your vehicles, boats, and trailers, as well as where you go to obtain a notary bond, marriage license, or a hunting and/or fishing license. This office is also the place to record deeds, mortgages, wills, powers of attorney, title lien statements for vehicles, leases, etc. in Edmonson County. Recording fees on most all legal instruments changed due to legislation beginning January 1, 2020. Recently, our record search services moved to eCCLIX, and now registration privileges are required. With registration Edmonson County residents can still enjoy up to five free searches daily, while commercial users are fee only. For more information, visit the “Record Search” link, or contact Customer Support at our vendor, Software Management, LLC at 502/266-9445.
Our office also handles the responsibility of voter registration, while also managing the Edmonson County election process. The upcoming General Election for 2020 will be conducted on November 3rd. The last day to register to vote in the General Election will be October 5, 2020. Individuals who choose to vote through the mail in this General Election have through October 9th to request a ballot, and can do so by either calling our office at 270/597-2624 or by visiting the website GoVoteKY.com. Ballots received through the mail can be either returned by mail to our office, or may be dropped off in our ballot drop box at the Edmonson County Community Center. Early voting will begin in our office on Tuesday, October 13th, and run through Monday, November 2nd. We will be open daily during this period at our regular business hours, including Saturdays. On November 3rd, General Election Day, all regular polling places in the county will be open, in addition to one, state-mandated “supercenter” location at the Edmonson County Community Center. At this one location, residents from anywhere in the county can vote. Finally, for this election and going forward, the law requires voters to provide identification to receive a ballot to vote. For a link to the address of the voting locations, click here. To view the ballot for the 2020 General Election, click here.
This office also handles the collection of delinquent taxes that arrive to us from Sheriff Shane Doyle’s Office in April annually. All delinquent tax records are currently on our website, and can be accessed by clicking on “Tax Master Search for Delinquent Taxes” on the right-hand side of this page. Username and password are both “guest.” We recently held our sale for the 2019 delinquent taxes on September 15, 2020. Of note: interested third-party purchasers may complete the attached Delinquent Tax Registration Form and forward it to us.
We appreciate the opportunity to provide excellent service to all of our citizens. Whether it is walk-ins, phone calls, or e-mails, our job is to serve you! Should a problem ever arise in any manner, please call me at 270-597-2624 or e-mail me Kevin.email@example.com.