Jefferson County Clerk Office

Find Jefferson County Alabama clerk offices, including county, city, and circuit clerks, and clerks 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.

Bessemer Clerk 23 15th Street North Bessemer AL 35020 205-426-8602

Brighton City Clerk 3700 Main Street Brighton AL 35020 205-425-8934

Center Point City Clerk 2209 Center Point Parkway Center Point AL 35215 205-854-4460

Fairfield Clerk 4701 Gary Avenue Fairfield AL 35064 205-788-2492

Gardendale Clerk 970 Main Street Gardendale AL 35071 205-631-8789

Homewood Clerk 1833 29th Avenue South Homewood AL 35209 205-877-8646

Hueytown City Clerk 1318 Hueytown Road Hueytown AL 35023 205-491-7010

Hueytown Clerk 1318 Hueytown Road Hueytown AL 35023 205-491-7010

Irondale City Clerk 101 20th Street South Irondale AL 35210 205-956-9200

Jefferson - Bessemer Division Clerk 1851 2nd Avenue North Bessemer AL 35020 205-497-8510

Jefferson - Birmingham Division Clerk 716 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard North Birmingham AL 35203 205-325-5355

Midfield City Clerk 725 Bessemer Road Midfield AL 35228 205-923-7578

Mountain Brook City Clerk 56 Church Street Mountain Brook AL 35213 205-802-3825

Pleasant Grove Clerk 501 Park Road Pleasant Grove AL 35127 205-744-1720

Trussville City Clerk 131 Main Street Trussville AL 35173 205-655-7478

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About Clerk Offices

What fees does a Clerk charge?

State law generally enables Clerks to recover a portion of their transactional costs, and some states regulate the fees that Clerks may charge. Most permits and licenses issued by Clerks carry a set fee. Land transaction filings typically carry a base fee plus an additional per page charge. It is common for Clerks to also charge a per page fee when providing copies of documents to the public.

Do Clerks collect taxes?

Clerks do not collect taxes. Tax collection is usually handled by a separate office established for that purpose. Some Clerk's Offices may accept tax payments as a convenience to the public.

What are the requirements to become a Clerk?

In some jurisdictions, the Clerk is an elected position, while in others the Clerk is appointed. Most Clerks have a college degree and at least some professional experience. Some counties and local governments require that the Clerk have or obtain a Certified Municipal Clerk designation.