- Marriage Licenses – issuance and past records
- Voter Registration
- Absentee Ballots
- Election Filings
- Civil/Small Claims filings
- Protective Order filings
Receipt of Payments for:
- Child Support
- Small Claims Judgments
- Criminal Restitution
- Criminal Case Filing Fees
- Civil/Small Claim Case Filing Fees
- Traffic Violations
Council and Commissioner Districts as set by Ordinance 2021-13
Absentee Voting Information
To receive an Absentee Ballot, you must first submit an absentee application form in person, by phone, by mail, or by email. An absentee application can be requested from the phone numbers on this page or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also download and fill out the form here:
Absentee Ballot Mail Form 2022 Revision
The Clerk’s office would like to encourage everyone to check out the State of Indiana’s website at Indiana Voter Portal
It is a public site that can register you to vote, update your voter registration, verify your voter registration, find your polling location, review candidates on my ballot, obtain an absentee application and track the progress of your absentee ballot.
Thursdays – Re-Open to Abstractors only 1:30p.m. to 4:00p.m.
Filing a form with the court has legal consequences. Talk to a lawyer before filing anything in court.