Welcome to the online office for the Henderson County Clerk. We are dedicated to providing you excellent customer service and information that you need. Our hope is that your visit, whether online or in person, is a great experience. Thank you for visiting!
Staff & Services
The Henderson County Clerks Office has eighteen full-time employees.
Our services include:
- Delinquent taxes
- Marriage licenses
- Legal document recording
- Vehicle registration, transfers, and handicap placards
- Voter registration and elections
VEHICLE REGISTRATION RENEWALS:
OPTION 1: In-Person renewal. The office is located at the Henderson County Courthouse on the 2nd floor, 20 N. Main St., Henderson, KY. Please bring your last registration, renewal reminder card, and a current insurance card. Cash, Check, and Credit Card-convenience fee applies, are all accepted.
. You will need a credit card to process payment.
OPTION 3: Mail in renewal to: Henderson County Clerk, PO BOX 374 , Henderson, KY 42419 *You will need to include a current insurance card, along with a $2.00 mailing fee.
ACCESSING REAL ESTATE RECORDS ONLINE:
Visit titlesearcher.com to subscribe to our online records. Call or email if you need copies of documents. Copy fee of .50 per page applies, along with a credit card convenience fee.
PAYING & SEARCHING FOR DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAXES: SEARCHING: Delinquent taxes may be searched by clicking on the following link http://taxmaster.hendersonky.us/tax_ky_web_2005/login.aspx or by visiting www.hendersonky.us (go to your government, county clerk, delinquent taxes, online tax records, taxmaster.net)
PAYMENT: You may visit us in person or call our office to pay delinquent taxes @ 270-826-3906 using a credit card. (convenience fee applies)
VOTER REGISTRATION: You can register to vote or update your current registration by visiting http://www.govote.ky.gov.
APPLY TO BECOME AN ELECTION WORKER BELOW:
Some things to know:
*You must be a Henderson registered voter.
*It is a paid position.
*It requires working from 5:15 am - 6:30 pm.
*You must attend at least one 2 1/2 hour election training.