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Mission Statement:
The Boone County Clerk’s Office is dedicated to providing the citizens of Boone County with the superior quality service they most certainly deserve. The Boone County Clerk’s Office is also committed to performing all duties of the office with accountability to the public through innovative, strategic and efficient management.

2014 Kentucky Municipal Guide

The 2014 edition of the Kentucky Municipal Guide is presented courtesy of Municipal Publishing, LLC. This publication provides current contact information and links for local governments and elected officials across the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

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Boone County Clerk 2014 Budget Hearing

Boone County Clerk Kenny Brown highlights events and projects from the past year, such as the recent legislative redistricting and new phone in renewal process for motor vehicle registrations.  Also, he presents a projection of the FY2014 budget for the Clerk’s Office before the Boone County Fiscal Court.

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Renew Your Vehicle Tags Online or Over the Phone

Don't have time to visit the County Clerk's Office? Several alternative options exist for renewing your car tags, including over the phone and online. Learn more about your options today.

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eCCLIX Record Lookup

Boone County now offers a convenient way to access records online. By using our eCCLIX provided by Software Management you can search records from the convenience of your own home or office. eCCLIX will provide you with the information you need for those last-minute title follow-ups, estate settlements and appraisals, often times eliminating that time-consuming trip to the courthouse. eCCLIX© …

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2014 Primary Election Day

Primary Election Day (first Tuesday after third Monday in May) May 20, 2014 Polls open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. County Board of Elections to be in session all day. Mail-in absentee ballots must be received by 6 p.m.  The Boone County Board of Elections will meet at the Clerk’s Office at 10 a.m. to count absentee ballots. The full 2014 Election …

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