The County Clerk’s Office will be open to the public beginning June 1st. Please see the below guidelines.
DO NOT ENTER if you have been EXPOSED TO COVID-19 or if you are experiencing FEVER, COUGH OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH.
- Only 3 customers at a time are allowed in the office.
- Keep a safe distance from other people, use the tape markings on the floor if you are standing in line.
- Only 7 people at a time can be in line, you may be asked to wait outside if we have reached the limit.
- Only the person conducting business can enter and be waited on.
- Please use the provided hand sanitizer before conducting business.
- Please wear a face covering, if available.
If you do not need immediate attention, please use the drop box and we will process the paperwork the same day and mail your documents to you.
All applications for copies of birth certificates, death certificates and marriage license are available on this web page. If possible, please have the forms completed before coming to the office. We will also have them available at the office.
You can call 936-634-8339 or email Amy Fincher for any questions.
The County Clerk is the county recorder. As county recorder, the County Clerk is responsible for:
- processing, filing, and recording most of the official county documents (i.e.) real and personal property records, liens, assumed names, abstracts, bonds, livestock marks and brands, city, county and school district budgets, subdivision plats, military discharges, marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, and wills,
- providing indexing and public access to these records,
- issuing certified and non-certified copies of documents recorded in this office, and
- assessing, collecting, and reporting the fees and cost
The County Clerk is also the records administrator for Commissioners Court and the County Courts at Law. The clerk’s office supplies support personnel for civil, criminal, probate, and mental health court matters. Also, as an ex-officio member of Commissioners Court, the County Clerk serves as recorder and records manager.
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
P. O. Box 908
Lufkin, Texas 75902-0908
Staff / Email:
- Amy Fincher– County Clerk
- Debra Allen – Chief Deputy
- Leona Sowell – Criminal Clerk
- Jessica Peterson – Deputy Clerk
- Maria Solis – Probate Clerk
- Dana Massey – Criminal Deputy Clerk
- Nathan Johnson – Civil Clerk
- Brandi Eaves – Deputy Clerk
- Susan Alanis – Criminal Clerk
- Monica Ojeda – Deputy Clerk
- Tiffaney Wilson – Deputy Clerk
The Public Information Act
Texas Association of Counties : Memorandum
Attorney General of Texas Greg Abbott : Opinion No. GA-0519
Release and redaction of social security numbers under the Public Information Act, section 552.147 of the Government Code (RQ-0418-GA)
The Texas Supreme Court requires all Civil, Family and Probate cases to be filed electronically. Please visit www.efiletexas.gov for more information.
The County Clerk accepts all major credit cards
The County Clerk’s Office no longer conducts CRIMINAL/BACKGROUND SEARCHES.
Please visit dps.texas.gov for more information.