Lookup Public Records in Platte CountyNebraska. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.

Platte County, Nebraska Overview

Platte County is located in the northeastern region of Nebraska. Columbus is the county seat. Created in 1855, the county was named for the Platte River. Based on the 2015 census, there are an estimated 32,847 people living in the 685-square mile area. The counties surrounding the area are Madison County in the north, Stanton County in the northeast, Colfax County in the east, Butler County in the southeast, Polk and Merrick Counties in the south, Nance County in the southwest, and Boone County in the west. The zip codes are 68601, 68602, 68631, 68634, 68642, 68644, 68647, and 68653.

Platte County Officials Information

The County Clerk is tasked with attending all board meetings and recording all proceedings. He or she must also countersign all checks issued by the board. In addition, the Clerk needs to keep a record of all official bonds and road layouts, changes, and improvements. The Clerk also needs to submit the names, signatures, and seals of all county officials to the Secretary of State. All Superintendent of School records are also housed in the Clerk’s office.

County Clerk Office:

Address: 2610 14th Street, Columbus, NE 68601
Phone: 402-563-4904
Fax: 402-564-4164

The Clerk also provides services to the public such as issuing marriage licenses and special designated licenses, filing property valuation protests, and recording military discharges.

Platte Court Records Information

The Clerk of the District Court is responsible for maintaining the records of criminal and civil cases, mental health cases, Court’s dockets and processing judgments. Copies of court records can be requested in this office.

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