Clerk Offices in Madison County, Illinois

There are 17 Clerk Offices in Madison County, Illinois, serving a population of 266,153 people in an area of 716 square miles. There is 1 Clerk Office per 15,656 people, and 1 Clerk Office per 42 square miles.

In Illinois, Madison County is ranked 51st of 102 counties in Clerk Offices per capita, and 2nd of 102 counties in Clerk Offices per square mile.

List of Madison County Clerk Offices

Find Madison County, Illinois clerk offices, including county, city, and circuit clerks, and clerks of court.

Alhambra Village Clerk 602 West Main Street Alhambra, IL

Bethalto Clerk 213 North Prairie Street Bethalto, IL

East Alton Clerk 119 West Main Street East Alton, IL

Glen Carbon Village Clerk 151 North Main Street Glen Carbon, IL

Godfrey Village Clerk 6810 Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL

Granite City City Clerk 2301 Adams Street Granite, IL

Hamel Village Clerk 111 Old US Route 66 Hamel, IL

Hartford Village Clerk 140 West Hawthorne Street Hartford, IL

Madison City Clerk 615 Madison Avenue Madison, IL

Madison County Clerk PO Box 218 Edwardsville, IL

Madison County Clerk 2000 Edison Avenue Granite, IL

Madison County Clerk 125 South Center Street Collinsville, IL

Marine Village Clerk 320 N Vernon St Marine, IL

Roxana City Clerk 400 South Central Avenue Roxana, IL

South Roxana Village Clerk 211 Sinclair Avenue South Roxana, IL

St Jacob Village Clerk 213 North Douglas Street St. Jacob, IL

Troy Clerk 116 East Market Street Troy, IL

About the Madison County Clerk Office

Clerks Offices in Madison County, IL are responsible for maintaining public records for the county. The Clerk's office provides public access to records in accordance with local government regulations and laws. The Madison County Office also provides support for the local elections process. The duties and responsibilities of the Clerk is regulated through Illinois state, Madison County, and local government statutes, ordinances, charters and regulations.

Residents may contact the Office of the Clerk for questions about:
  • Madison County public records
  • Property records, mortgage records and title deeds
  • Madison County, Illinois vital records, birth records, death records and certificates
  • Marriage and divorce records, licenses and applications
  • Business & professional licenses, permits, and registrations
  • Election records, voter registration and poll locations

Madison County Household Demographic Statistics

Find Madison County Households, Marital Status, and Veteran Status. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

Madison County Households
 Madison CountyIllinois
Married Couples51,834 (48.3%)2,300,306 (47.6%)
Nonfamily Households38,128 (35.5%)1,712,705 (35.5%)
Madison County Marital Status
 Madison CountyIllinois
Married Couples51,834 (48.3%)2,300,306 (47.6%)
Unmarried Couples7,199 (2.8%)284,803 (2.3%)
Never Married Men33,636 (32.2%)1,925,842 (38.0%)
Separated Men1,644 (1.6%)69,876 (1.4%)
Widowed Men3,244 (3.1%)132,194 (2.6%)
Divorced Men11,729 (11.2%)429,595 (8.5%)
Never Married Women29,635 (26.3%)1,731,449 (32.4%)
Separated Women2,011 (1.8%)96,069 (1.8%)
Widowed Women11,921 (10.6%)476,995 (8.9%)
Divorced Women15,061 (13.4%)581,133 (10.9%)
Madison County Veteran Status
 Madison CountyIllinois
Veterans21,245 (10.3%)595,185 (6.0%)