Tax Master Search for Delinquent Taxes
Certificate of Title or Registration (VTR)
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Edmonson County Clerk
108 N Main Street
Brownsville, KY 42210
Thank you for visiting our website!
I am Kevin M. Alexander, Edmonson County Clerk. Our office is the place you visit to license your vehicles, boats, and trailers, as well as where you go to obtain a notary bond, marriage license, or a hunting and/or fishing license. This office is also the place to record deeds, mortgages, wills, powers of attorney, title lien statements for vehicles, leases, etc in Edmonson County. We also handle the responsibility of voter registration and manage the conduction of the County election process. The next election will be the General Election for 2016, to be conducted on November 8th, 2016.
The Edmonson County Clerk's Office is proud to offer our free record search of recorded documents from this website, which are available for public use, although some recorded instruments that contain social security numbers are not available online.
Our office also handles the collection of all delinquent taxes that arrive to us from the Sheriff Shane Doyle's Edmonson County Sheriff's Department in April annually. It is important to note that 2015 delinquent tax bill records are not online currently and can only be accessed in our office. Tax delinquent records for 2014 and prior are available online. You may call if you need a bill amount for a 2015 bill. The 2015 tax sale for delinquent bills will be held on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at 11:00 AM. We are required by KRS 424.130 to extend a Notice to Taxpayers that may be viewed here. You may click here to view the complete list of the delinquent taxes through the end of business, August 25, 2016. A note: interested third-party purchasers may complete the attached Delinquent Tax Registration Form and forward it to us. Anyone wishing to register to be a third-party purchaser must have the completed form to us on or before August 27, 2016.
We appreciate the opportunity to provide excellent service to all of our citizens. In the near future, we will begin offering the payment options of debit and credit card payments, with a convenience fee. Whether it is walk-ins, phone calls, or e-mails, our job is to serve you! Should a problem ever arise in any manner, please call me at 270-597-2624
or e-mail me Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org.