Snohomish County Clerk

Find Snohomish County Washington clerk, including county, city, and circuit clerk, and clerk of court. Clerks provide information on public court records and legal documents, criminal, jail, and arrest records, marriage licenses, divorce, judicial, and probate records, businesses liens, notary services, real estate taxes and voter registration services.

Name
Brier City Clerk
Address
2901 228th St SW, Brier, Washington, 98036
Phone
425-775-5440
Fax
425-672-9025
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Name
Darrington Town Clerk
Address
1005 Cascade Street, Darrington, Washington, 98241
Phone
360-436-1131
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Name
Edmonds City Clerk
Address
121 5th Avenue North, Edmonds, Washington, 98020
Phone
425-771-0245
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Name
Everett City Clerk
Address
2930 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, Washington, 98201
Phone
425-257-8610
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Name
Lynnwood City Clerk
Address
19100 44th Avenue West, Lynnwood, Washington, 98036
Phone
425-670-6610
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Name
Mountlake Terrace City Clerk
Address
23204 58th Avenue West, Mountlake Terrace, Washington, 98043
Phone
425-744-6206
Fax
425-778-6421
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Name
Snohomish County Clerk
Address
3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett, Washington, 98201
Phone
425-388-3466
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Name
Woodway Clerk
Address
23920 113th Place West, Woodway, Washington, 98020
Phone
206-542-4443
Fax
206-546-9453
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What is a Clerk?

Clerks are responsible for record-keeping and providing information about court proceedings and legal documents including criminal reports and arrest records. They may maintain records in paper or electronic form. In some communities, it's the job of the county clerk to administer marriage licenses. In other communities, the city clerk works mostly with jail and arrest records. Court clerks are responsible for maintaining accurate and complete records of divorces as well as judicial and probate matters.

Clerks maintain tax records, business liens, and real estate tax assessments. Clerks are responsible for making such records available to the public. Many offices maintain their records online, and citizens can directly access these public records for a small fee.