Kalamazoo County Clerk/Register Office
201 W. Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Timothy A. Snow, CMC - Kalamazoo County Clerk/Register
Clerk Division: (269) 383-8840
Register of Deeds Division: (269) 383-8970
Circuit Court Division: (269) 383-8837
Office Hours: Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Register of Deeds Recording Hours: Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Welcome to the Kalamazoo County Clerk/Register Office. The Clerk/Register's Office
keeps vital records (birth, death, marriage, business names, military discharges, notary public
commissions and concealed weapons permits); land records (deeds, mortgages, liens, and many others)
for Kalamazoo County, some of which date back to 1831.
See links on left side of this page.
The Clerk/Register Office also administers all elections held in Kalamazoo
We are constantly in the process of adding information to this site. Please check back to
see what new information we are able to provide to you. At present, we are unable to accept
credit card payment for documents, therefore, requests for copies must be done by writing or in
person. However, request forms are included in subsequent pages that will
assist you with that process.
On-Line Marriage Application
Another new feature from the Clerk Division is the ability to make an initial application for
your marriage license on-line. Now you can apply to get married from the comfort of your own home. After you complete your on-line application, just come to the County
Clerk's office to finish the process. Here's a quick description of the steps:
- Disclaimer page - click on "I Acknowledge" after reading the disclaimer
- Document Search - locate the gray bar near the top of the screen and click "Online Marriage Application"
- Online Marriage Application - click "New"
- Complete all information as requested. Please fill in all names completely using full names - no initials or nicknames. Brides - please enter both your current last name AND your birth certificate last name, even if it is the same. Do not use abbreviations for street names or states. Do not use any punctuation.
- When completed, click "Submit"
- Review your information for accuracy and click "Confirm"
- The next screen will provide a number "ON-2010-####"
- Bring that number to the Clerk's Office along with driver's license/state ID and the required license fee (and certified copies of birth certificate(s) if you are under 21).
- The 3-day waiting period begins when the Affidavit is signed and the fee is paid in the Clerk's Office.