Lookup Public Records in Rutland County, Vermont. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.
Rutland County, Vermont Overview
Rutland County is located in the southwestern part of Vermont. The city of Rutland serves as the county seat. The county was established in 1781 and named after the county of Rutland in England. According to the 2016 census, an estimated 59,310 people are living in the 945-square mile area of the county, making this the second most populated county in the state. The adjacent counties are Addison County in the north, Windsor County in the east, Bennington County in the south, and Warren County (NY) in the west. The zip codes are 05701, 05702, 05730, 05731, 05732, 05733, 05735, 05736, 05737, 05738, 05739, 05741, 05742, 05743, 05744, 05745, 05750, 05751, 05757, 05758, 05759, 05761, 05762, 05763, 05764, 05765, 05773, 05774, 05775, and 05777.
Rutland County Officials Information
In the state of Vermont, county services are provided by the towns and cities. In Rutland City, the City Clerk is responsible for providing certified copies of vital records as well as issuing civil marriage licenses, business licenses, dog licenses, DMV motor vehicle registration renewals, and special event permits. He/she is also responsible for conducting elections, overseeing voter registration, and publishing election results. In addition, the Clerk records, indexes, and preserves land records.
City Clerk’s Office:
Address: 1 Strongs Avenue, Rutland, VT 05702
Phone: 802-773-1800, ext. 236
The forms and documents you can avail of in the Clerk’s office include the Rutland City Ward Map, VT Absentee Ballot Request, VT Voter Registration Form, the Vermont Town Clerk Guide, and the civil marriage application form.
Rutland Court Records Information
Court records in Rutland County are kept in the office of the Clerk of Court. You can request to view these files or obtain copies through the Clerk’s office. You can also go online at the VTCourtsOnline website to review civil division case files. If you wish to learn more, you can call 802-786-5880.