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You must have definitive plans with an officiant to perform your ceremony.
The County Clerk does not make those arrangements.
Finally, call our office the day of your interview to confirm open hours (920-832-5077). With the pending health situation, our availability may change.
The County Clerk is a state constitutional officer who is elected by the public. The Clerk has both statutory and non-statutory responsibilities. Following are services provided in the County Clerk’s Office:
County Board Support – acts as secretary to the County Board
Election Administration - has information regarding election rules, names of candidates for county offices, provides ballots to municipalities for voting purposes, and programs election equipment
Licenses, Agreements, and Permits – issues marriage licenses and timber cutting permits
Records/Documents – publishes the Directory of Public Officials for Outagamie County, provides county maps and platbooks, serves as permanent record keeper for public works bid openings and various other official documents
Dog Licensing – distributes dog licenses to municipal treasurers (contact municipal clerk for licensing of individual dogs)
Statistical Reports – issues statistical reports for assessment purposes
Please review the left sidebar for further information about services we provide in the County Clerk’s Office. We look forward to your visit and providing you prompt and courteous service.
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