Lookup Public Records in Polk County, Nebraska. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Polk County, Nebraska Overview
Polk County is located in the southeastern region of Nebraska. Osceola is the county seat. The county was created in 1856 and then organized in 1870. The county was named in honor of the 11th US President, James Knox Polk. The total area of the county is 441 square miles and the population is 5,406 based on the 2010 census. The counties bordering the area in the north is Platte County, in the east is Butler County, in the south is York County, in the southwest is Hamilton County, and in the northwest is Merrick County. The zip codes are 68651, 68654, 68662, and 68666.
Polk County Officials Information
The County Clerk has several duties including issuing marriage licenses, handling payroll for county employees, managing the accounts payable of the county, and reporting the names, signatures, and seals of all county officials to the Secretary of State.
County Clerk Office:
Address: PO Box 276, Osceola, NE 68651
Phone: (402) 747-5431
Fax: (402) 747-2656
In Polk County, the County Clerk also serves as the Register of Deeds and Election Commissioner. In these roles, the Clerk administers notary oaths and maintains all records of land transactions in the county. In addition, he or she oversees voter registration and county elections, records military discharges, and processing corporation and partnership filings.
Polk Court Records Information
All court-related records of the county are housed in the Clerk of the District Court’s office. The public is allowed to perform a search on these records as well as request for copies through the Clerk’s office.
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