County Clerk

County Clerks Office

About Us

The County Clerk is an elected position (four-year term) established by the New York
State Constitution to serve and perform all duties as required by law as Registrar (Recorder) of the County. The County Clerk may also serve as Clerk to the Supreme Court and County Court.

As Registrar, the Clerk is responsible for the filing, recording and maintenance of all documents and maps relating to real property in Wyoming County. As Clerk to the Courts, the County Clerk is responsible for filing and maintaining records of all court proceedings and documents of both civil and criminal nature.

As an Agent to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, the County Clerk is responsible for the everyday operations of the Motor Vehicle Bureau.

  • Birth, Marriage and Death Records are available at your local Town/Village Clerks office
  • Land Tax and Certificate of Residency available at County Treasurers Office
  • Notary Services available Monday-Friday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM