Address and phone number for Lee County Clerk, a Clerk Office, at Gateway Drive, Opelika AL.
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The Lee County Clerk, located in Opelika, Alabama, is the official keeper of public records for Lee County. The Clerk's office ensures that public records are retained, archived, and made accessible to the public in accordance with all laws and regulations. Clerks also support the elections process and provide a variety of transactional services. The Clerk's duties are established and regulated through a combination of Alabama state statutes, local ordinances and charters, and other regulations.You may contact the Lee County Clerk's office for questions about:
The Lee County Clerk maintains a range of public records. The Clerk's Office keeps Lee County vital records, such as birth, marriage, and death certificates. The Clerk also keeps documents involving land or land transactions, including deeds, mortgages, attachments, tax liens, judgments, maps, floor plans, probate certificates, variances, and all other legal documents pertaining to land use and transfers.
The Clerk's office handles and stores a large volume of documents, dating back to the founding of Lee County. Copies of local public records may be available for request as many archival documents have been digitized.Marriage Licenses & Applications
The Lee County Clerk provides information on Lee County marriage licenses and applications including the application process, forms and requirements. The Office of the Clerk maintains marriage certificates and records for all couples legally married in Lee County, AL and may provide certified copies for a nominal fee.Lee County Permits & Licenses
In addition to keeping Lee County public records, the Clerk issues a variety of licenses and permits to the public including dog licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, liquor licenses, parking permits, and permits for special events, as well as providing notary public services. The Clerk's office also registers business names for businesses operating in Lee County.Voter Registration & Elections
The Lee County Clerk supports the elections process by providing assistance to candidates filing elections paperwork and voters submitting petitions, and by working with the Board of Elections. Clerks administer the oath of office to elected officials. The Clerk's Office may also help register voters.Public Meeting Minutes
The Clerk is responsible for posting public meetings records, such as meeting notices, agendas, and minutes, in accordance with local governing laws and regulations in that state of Alabama and the county seat of Lee County and how long these records must be made public.Contact the Lee County Clerk
You may contact the Clerk's Office by calling 334-749-7141, or by addressing inquiries to the office mailing address: Lee County Clerk, 2311 Gateway Drive, Opelika, Alabama, 36801