Lookup Public Records in Clay County, Nebraska. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Clay County, Nebraska Overview
Clay County is located in the southeastern region of Nebraska. It was created in 1855 but only organized in 1871. The county was named in honor of the 9th United States Secretary of State, Henry Clay. The county seat is Clay Center. According to the 2010 census, there are 6,542 people living in the 574-square mile area. The surrounding counties are Hamilton County in the north, Fillmore County in the east, Nuckolls County in the south, and Adams County in the west. The zip codes are 68452, 68933, 68934, 68935, 68938, 68941, 68944, 68954, 68975, 68979, and 68980.
Clay County Officials Information
The County Clerk acts as secretary to the County Board of Supervisors as well as to the County Board of Equalization. He or she also serves as bookkeeper of the county, handling payroll and vendor checks. In addition, the Clerk issues marriage, tobacco, and liquor licenses.
County Clerk Office:
Address: 111 W Fairfield St., Clay Center, NE 68933
In Clay County, the Clerk also functions as the Register of Deeds and Election Commissioner. As the Register of Deeds, he or she is responsible for the recording, indexing, and preservation of all real estate related documents in the county. As the Election Commissioner, he or she is responsible for conducting all county elections.
Clay Court Records Information
One of the functions of the Clerk of the District Court is to handle all files, books, and documents related to the court as well as record all of its proceedings. If you wish to perform a record search, you can do so through the Clerk’s office. To obtain copies, you may inquire at 402-762-3595.
Court Records Online:
Clay County Clerk’s Office
County Government Office
Address: 111 W Fairfield St, Clay Center, NE 68933, United States