Bexar County Clerk Lucy Adame-Clark serves as the clerk and custodian for many of the records filed in and managed by Bexar County, among other responsibilities and services. These responsibilities include:
- Issuing or filing of records:
- Assumed Business Names/DBA
- Birth or Death Certificates
- Commissioners Court Minutes
- DD 214 Military Discharge
- eFiling for Civil, Criminal, Bond Forfeiture, and Probate Cases
- Marriage License
- Mental Health
- Personal Financial Statements
- Real Property/Land Records
- Notice of Trustee Sales (Foreclosure Notices)
- Managing funds:
- Cash Bond Refunds
- Withdrawing Court Registry Funds
Lucy Adame-Clark is the first Latina and first woman elected as Bexar County Clerk. Learn more about Mrs. Adame-Clark and the history of County Clerks before her.
Find addresses and phone numbers for all the County Clerk's Office departments.
The Bexar County Clerk's Offices provides a number of services for recording various records, requesting copies of records, efiling for court cases, and the withdrawing of funds from cash bonds and the court registry. Each page will provide details on the process for recording or making request, along with downloadable documents and instructions.
Learn how to search for public records through the resources available from the County Clerk's Office.
View and download the minutes for each Commissioners Court dating back to 2001.
The Bexar County Spanish Archives contain the single most important primary sources for the earliest history of Hispanic Texas and consist of over a quarter million pages of hand-written manuscripts and printed documents of the Spanish colonial era and the Mexican State of Coahuila y Texas.
Read about the history of Bexar County, as well more about the symbols of Bexar County, the courthouses of Bexar County, and the best places downtown to explore that history.
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