Lookup Public Records in Montgomery County, Arkansas. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Montgomery County, Arkansas Overview
Montgomery County is a county located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 9,487. The county seat, and largest community is Mount Ida. Montgomery County is Arkansas’s 45th county, formed on December 9, 1842, and named after Richard Montgomery, an American Revolutionary War general. With the arrival of the Missouri Pacific Railroad in Caddo Gap around the turn of the 20th century, Caddo Gap and Black Springs began to thrive. In 1910 the county population reached its peak, with sawmills springing up in several locations. That same year, the town of Womble was settled. It changed its name to Norman in 1925. In 1918 the logging camp of Mauldin, Arkansas sprang up, and a railroad line was built to it from Norman. However, almost overnight in 1936, Mauldin closed, dismantled everything, and moved on having depleted the virgin timber in the area. This, combined with the Great Depression, had a devastating effect on the county. Many people moved away to find work elsewhere, while others found employment with the Civilian Conservation Corps. During World War II, people continued to leave Montgomery County, with the men going off to war, and others leaving to find employment in war plants. Mining became one source of local employment for a time, but did not last. Most mines were due to a large abundance of quartz in the county. In 1922 there were 83 school districts in Montgomery County. Today there are three, Caddo Hills, Mount Ida, and Ouachita River. Cattle, swine, and poultry are now the main areas of employment in the region. The total square mile area of the county is 800, 780 of which is land and the remaining 20 square miles is water. Montgomery County is surrounded by seven other Arkansas counties: Yell to the north, Garland to the east, Hot Spring, and Clark to the southeast, Pike to the south, Polk to the west and Scott to the northwest. Nationally protected Ouachita National Forest is partially located within the county lines. The county occupies nine zip codes, the largest of which is 71957.
Montgomery County Clerk Information
Montgomery County Courthouse
1 George Street
Mount Ida, AR 71957
Debbie Baxter serves as both the County Clerk and the Circuit Clerk and can be reached by phone or email: 870-867-3521 or email@example.com
The County Clerk is responsible for the daily operations of the County Clerk Office, Quorum Court Secretary, Budget Account Figures, and delegating the responsibilities of the office. The County Clerk Chief Deputy is responsible for the daily payment of county invoices, in charge of the county probate files, in charge of tax work, Equalization Board Secretary, and assisting at the counter with marriage licenses. The County Clerk Deputy is responsible for all county payroll procedures and for all voter registration records and assists at the counter with marriage licenses.
The Circuit Clerk is the clerk of the circuit, domestic relations, and juvenile court and usually acts as the ex-officio recorder of the county. The Circuit Clerks office prepares summons, warrants, orders, judgments, and injunctions authorized by the circuit court for delivery by the county sheriff. This office also maintains a file of all cases pending in either court, as well as a record of all past court cases and their disposition. In addition, the circuit clerk keeps a list of all prospective jurors. The Chief Deputy helps maintain the records of all proceedings of the circuit courts and to prepare the dockets for these courts. In addition, the clerk keeps a list of all prospective jurors. The Deputy Clerk is responsible for recording deeds, mortgages, liens and surety bonds, and many other orders and instruments which involve property within the county.
Monroe County Records
Deed recordation information and title searches can be performed in person or online. Access information is provided below:
105 Highway 270 East #10
Mount Ida, AR 71957
The Collector’s Office is responsible for the collection of real estate and personal property taxes. Payments can be made by mail or in the office during office hours Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Taxes can be paid by Cash, Check, Money Order or Cashier’s Check. Checks should be made payable to Montgomery County Collector. If paying by mail and you want a paid receipt include a stamped, self-addressed envelope and receipt will be mailed.
The Montgomery County Tax Records are available online at https://www.actdatascout.com/. Certified Property Tax Records can be redeemed by the property owner or relative by contacting the Arkansas State Land Commissioner’s Office at 501-321-9422 or by visiting the Arkansas State Land Commissioner’s website at http://www.cosl.org/
105 Hwy 270 East # 9, Mount Ida, AR 71957
Taxes may be paid beginning March 1st
Installment Payments may be paid on Current Taxes.
Deadline to pay current Taxes is October 15th
David E. White is the County Collector and he can be reached at 870-867-3155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
105 Hwy 270 East #8, Mount Ida, AR 71957
Apply for Homestead Tax Credit
Age 65 or Disabled – Freeze your Property Values
Assess your Personal Property
January 1st – May 31st
Tammy McCarter is the County Assessor and she can be reached at 870-867-3271 or Montgomery email@example.com
Questions on tax amounts and/or valuations should be directed to the Tax Assessor’s Office. Veterans that are service connected disabled should bring their annual VA letter
to the Assessor’s or Collector’s Office for DAV Credit as soon as received from the VA.
Tax records can be researched here
Court records and fines are located here: https://courts.arkansas.gov/online-services
Traffic tickets and court fees can be paid here: http://www.montgomerycountysheriffar.org/page.php?id=10
|Montgomery County Marriage License Office|
In order to obtain a marriage license in Montgomery County, the applicants must apply together, in person, at the County Clerk’s office. Both parties must present their state-issued picture ID, military ID, or passport, and know their social security number
|State Law:||Marriage – Title 9, Ch. 11 and Premarital agreements – Title 9, Ch. 11, Subchapter 4|
|All State Statutes:|| Information is online at the State Website|
|Office:||Montgomery County Marriage License|
|Location:||105 U.s. 270, Mount Ida, Arkansas, 71957|
Montgomery County Clerk
County Government Office
Address: 105 US-270, Mt Ida, AR 71957, United States
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