County Clerk

covid19updates

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
05/29/2020

 ph. 615-790-5806,  for general office information? Hours, emissions questions, current procedures during Covid, etc.


The County Clerk’s Office is now open on 5 days a week from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

  1.  Customers need to come to the complex to receive a number, Numbers are handed out at 7:30 am and go very quickly. Do not expect to come afternoon for a number for that  day - due to staffing restrictions and social distancing guidelines the numbers allow us to make sure everyone that gets a number is waited on and it cuts down on large crowds of people gathering at the complex

  2. We will still only be issuing marriage licenses on Tuesday

  3. Emissions testing stations are back open and June renewals will need an emissions test.
  4.  Customers can now use the kiosks in the rec centers to renew their tags (as long as they are not more than 90 days past due).

  5. All  vehicles purchased from individuals with a purchase date prior to June 1, 2020, will not need an emissions test in order to register the vehicle.

  6. County Clerk’s office will close for lunch each day from 11-12. 05/01/2020  The office will close at 4:30 p.m. but will not take any customers after 4 p.m.

  7. The health of Williamson County citizens is a primary concern of Williamson County Government and the County Clerk’s Office. In accordance with the recommendation from the CDC to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Virus, the County Clerk’s Office will only be permitting ten (10) individuals to enter the County Clerk’s office at one time.

  8. Individuals waiting for entry are encouraged to adhere to the recommended 6-foot social distancing rule.

  9. Individuals can renew by mail to the following address.

    Williamson County Clerk
    P.O. Box 624
    Franklin, TN 37065

    Additionally, renewals are available on-line: www.tncountyclerk.com You will need to click on the tab marked Williamson County.



Responsibilities & Services

The Williamson County Clerk is a Tennessee constitutionally elected official who serves the residents of Williamson County for a four-year term. The County Clerk has many important functions, such as:

·        County Commission Meeting Duties

o   Prepare Commission Meeting packets

o   Advertise and send required notices for Meetings and Resolutions

o   Record and Maintain County Commission meeting minutes

·        Issue New County Business Licenses

·        Collect Hotel/Motel and Short Term Rental Property Taxes

·        Collect Cable/Franchise Taxes

·        Beer Board Duties

o   Advertise and send required notices for Meetings and Resolutions

o   Record and Maintain Beer Board meeting minutes

o   Issue county beer permits

·        Collect Beer Tax

·        Issue and Maintain Marriage Licenses

·        Maintain Records of various Utility Districts throughout the county

·        Notaries

·        Making required Records available to the public

o   County Commission Meeting Packets and Minutes

o   Beer Board Meeting Minutes

o   Marriage Licenses

o   Utility Information

o   Non-Profit Organization Audits

o   Notaries

·        Process Motor Vehicle Titles and Registrations

*All Motor Vehicle Registrations are subject to the Rules and Regulations of the TN Department of Revenue

o   Title and Register vehicles purchased from dealerships and individuals

o   Register vehicles for New Residents or Those Relocating to Williamson County

o   Collect applicable Sales Tax

·        Issue Duplicate Titles

·        Renew Motor Vehicle Licenses

o   In Office

o   Online – https://secure.tncountyclerk.com/platerenewals/platerenewals.php

o   By Mail

o   Kiosks – Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville & Spring Hill

·        Initial Registration of Boats and Personal Watercrafts

o   Register watercraft purchased from dealerships and individuals

o   Register watercraft for New Residents or Those Relocating to Williamson County

o   Collect applicable Sales Tax

·        Issue Handicap License Plates and Placards

·        Renew Handicap License Plates and Placards

o   In Office

o   By Mail

o   Online - https://secure.tncountyclerk.com/placards/index.php