Lookup Public Records in Burt County, Nebraska. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Burt County, Nebraska Overview
Burt County is located in Northeastern Nebraska. Tekamah serves as the county seat. Created in 1854, Burt County was named in honor of the 1st governor of Nebraska Territory, Francis Burt. According to the 2010 census, there are 6,858 people living in the 497-square mile area. The surrounding counties are Thurston County in the north, Monona County (IA) in the northeast, Harrison County (IA) in the southeast, Washington County in the south, Dodge County in the southwest, and Cuming County in the west. The zip codes are 68019, 68020, 68038, 68045, and 68061.
Burt County Officials Information
The County Clerk in Burt County serves as the secretary of the County Board of Supervisors as well as the County Board of Equalization. Other duties of the Clerk include doing the bookkeeping for the county, processing vendor and payroll checks, serving as Register of Deeds and Election Commissioner, issuing marriage licenses, and providing parental consent forms.
County Clerk Office:
Address: 111 N 13th St, Ste. 8, Tekamah, NE 68061
Phone: (402) 374-2955
Fax: (402) 374-2956
Burt Court Records Information
In Burt County, the Clerk of the District Court is the person responsible for the safekeeping of all records, books, and documents pertaining to the court as well as recording its proceedings. A Public Access terminal is located inside the Clerk’s office to allow individuals to perform record searches. Photocopies and certified copies of court records can be obtained through this office. Photocopies cost $0.25 per page while the certification fee is $1 for each document.
Court Records Online:
Burt County Clerk’s Office
Address: 111 N 13th St #8, Tekamah, NE 68061, United States