Kim Hein, Chief Deputy
The County Clerk processes, files and indexes papers pursuant to state law and local ordinance, maintains permanent records of all filed and recorded real property documents, records and subdivision maps. The County Clerk also serves as registrar of marriages.
Serves as Registrar of Voters with responsibility for maintaining the files of registered voters in the county, for conducting all statewide and countywide elections. The office maintains information on office holders and candidates as required by the Fair Political Practice Commission.
In addition, the County Clerk is responsible for the following:
Land Records - maintains permanent records of all filed and recorded real property documents by metes and bounds. Link to Statement of Consideration form at http://taxappeals.state.wy.us/FinalDraft.pdf.
- liquor licenses
Notary Public - For new or renewal Notary applications, please visit the Notary Division of the Wyoming Secretary of State's website - http://soswy.state.wy.us. Once the application has been processed, you may pick up the certification in the Clerk's office.
- Titles - Motor vehicles, motorcycles, ATV's, trailers, snow machines, boats, and mobile homes
- transfer of ownership
- Uniform Commercial Code -
- perfection of security interest
- release of security interests
amend and continue security interests
Index and file all federal state and city liens
To obtain a copy of a birth or death certificate, please contact the Wyoming Department of Health in Cheyenne, Wyoming at 307-777-7591 or http://www.health.wyo.gov/rfhd/vital_records/index.html