As your County Clerk, I wanted to let you know we are updating our website. The future site will give you access to better information about the services and functions of our office. We are committed to providing access to public records and serving you.
We welcome your recommendations and suggestions on how we can improve our services to you.
We strive to provide you with the most efficient, cost-effective services possible.
Green County Clerk
It is the responsibility of the county clerk to issue, register, record, and keep various county records including legal and land records. Legal records and Land Records can be viewed at the Green County Courthouse. Land records can also be viewed online through the ecclix.com system
Motor vehicle licensing is the most widely used service of the County Clerk’s office. Various motor vehicle forms can be downloaded from this website for your convenience.
The state of Kentucky offers many different license plate designs. Many of these can also be personalized. Pictures, initial cost of the plate, renewal cost, eligibility, personalization cost, and personalization availability lookup are all available on the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
There are several ways you may renew your registration:
- CLERK’S OFFICE You will need to bring your registration renewal notice, registration receipt, proof of insurance, and check or money order to the clerk’s office.
- US MAIL You can mail your registration renewal notice, registration receipt, proof of insurance, and check or money order to the clerk’s office. Be sure to add $2 to your payment for handling.
- ONLINE You may qualify for online renewal. Payments can be made using a credit card. An additional $5 convenience fee will be charged for online renewals. View requirements and/or renew online.
Absentee ballots are available through the county clerk’s office in person, by phone, mail, or fax. To ensure your are eligible to vote absentee, please review the information on eligibility.
Additional information regarding voting is available through the state voter information guide.
For voting locations, see What Magisterial District am I in?
The County Clerk is responsible for conducting all elections including Primary, General, and Special elections. The County Clerk is also responsible for all the various aspects of elections including registering and purging voter rolls, providing election forms and election results.
Sample Ballots are available for review before each election. Copies are posted in pdf format. Additional information regarding elections and becoming a candidate can be viewed at the Kentucky Secretary Of State site.
Candidate Filings can be found here
Important Election Dates
Mail-In Absentee Ballot – September 24 – October 25, 2022
In-Person Excuse Absentee – October 26, 27, 28, 31 and November 1 & 2, 2022
In-Person No-Excuse Absentee – November 3,4,5 2022
Election Day – November 8, 2022