Clerk

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (M-F)

Phone

308-428-3625
308-428-3022 (fax)

Address

PO Box 287
Greeley, NE 68842

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Mindy A. Grossart

Clerk, Clerk of District Court, Election Commissioner,
Jury Commissioner and Register of Deeds

Patty Bauer

Deputy Clerk

Monica Carraher

Office Clerk

The county clerk's duties include recording all proceedings of the board and attending all its meetings. They also must attend all meetings of the County Board of Equalization.  The clerk is the bookkeeper of the county and must countersign all warrants issued by the board which have been signed by the chairman. Since 1987, marriage licenses have been issued by the county clerk's office.  Special duties, as required by law, may also be necessary.  The clerk must keep a record of all the official bonds and a record of the layout, changes and improvements to all roads.  The clerk must also report to the Secretary of State the names of all county officials, their signatures, and their seals of office before February 1.  The county clerk may also appoint a deputy for whose acts the clerk will be responsible.

  • The Register of Deeds office contains the history record of all real estate transactions.  If a register of deeds is not elected pursuant to section 32-518, the county clerk shall act as ex-officio register of deeds.
  • The county clerk is also in charge of elections.  The county clerk shall have the powers and perform the duties assigned to the election commissioner except in those counties which have an election commissioner as provided by section 32-207 or 32-211.
  • Each county in the State of Nebraska has a clerk of the district court.  Nebraska law states that counties with 7,000 inhabitants are required to have a clerk of the district court elected by the voters.  In counties with less than 7,000, the county board and district court judge determine whether there should be a clerk of the district court.  If a clerk does not exist, the county clerk is the ex-officio clerk of the district court.
  • The Clerk of the District Court also serves ex-officio jury commissioner for the County.