Emmet County Clerk
200 Division St., Suite 130
Petoskey, MI 49770
Phone: (231) 348-1744
Fax: (231) 348-0602
NOTICE – EMMET COUNTY BOARD OF CANVASSERS MEETING
Meeting for the 2019 November General Election Canvass will be held Thursday, November 7, 2019, at 9 a.m. in the Emmet County Law Library on the ground floor, 200 Division Street, Petoskey.
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County Clerk’s Services
The following services are available at the County Clerk’s Office, in the county building:
Birth & Death Records
Concealed Weapons License Applications
DBA’s (Assumed Names) & Dissolutions
Marriage Records & Marriage License Applications
Military Discharge (DD-214)
Notary Public Information
Indexes available for verification:
Marriage Records 1856-present
Death Records 1867-present
Duties of the County Clerk
The Office of County Clerk is a four-year, partisan office, established by the State Constitution, and is therefore, is charged with many statutory duties. The first Clerk of Emmet County was C.R. Wright, who served from 1855 to 1856. The longest serving Clerk was Winfield S. Hinds, who served from 1931 through 1962.
The County Clerk, as Clerk of the Circuit Court, has the responsibility for the care, custody and maintenance of all Circuit Court records, and is the keeper of the Seal of the 57th Circuit Court.
In addition, the County Clerk is the Clerk to the Board of Commissioners; the Jury Commission; the Board of Canvassers; the Concealed Weapons Licensing Board; and the Tax Allocation Board; and is a member of the Special Election Scheduling Committee; the County Election Commission; and the County Plat Board; is the Chief Election Official for the County; and the keeper of all vital records for the County.
Chief Deputy Clerk (Elections)
Sr. Court Clerk
Deputy Court Clerk
Deputy Clerk (Jury)
Deputy Clerk (Vital Records)