HURON COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS’ OFFICES

Anyone running a fever, coughing, short of breath or has been exposed to COVID-19 is NOT TO ENTER the clerks’ offices.  Please call for instructions.
 HURON COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS, SUSAN HAZEL, HAS PUT THE FOLLOWING PRACTICES IN PLACE
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESPONSIBLE RESTART OHIO PROTOCOLS 5/11/20.
 

 

HURON COUNTY TITLE OFFICE:
  • Office hours – Monday – Friday   8:00 AM – 4:30 PM    Currenty no Saturday hours
  • Access to the TITLE office is limited to 6 customers at a time.
  • Customers are encouraged to call ahead with titling questions.  This might save an unnecessary trip to our office.
  • Only those involved with the title transaction are to enter the office.
  • For help with Huron County driver’s license and license plates please call 419-668-8602.  BMV offices are now open.
  • Customer are asked to call 419-668-5717 to check in.  If there are 6 people in the office area, customers are towait in their vehicle or in the lobby fo their turn.
  • allow 6-foot distancing.
  • MASKS are encouraged.
  • High risk individuals are encouraged to call for assistance.  We may suggest scheduling their work for first thing in the morning and allowing for curbside service option.
 

HURON COUNTY CLERK OF COURTS LEGAL DIVISION

CLERK’S COURTHOUSE Office hours – Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM.

  • Access to the clerk’s office is limited to 2 members of the public at a time.
  • Only those conducting essential business with the court shall be admitted to the clerk’s office.
  • Title searchers are asked to contact the clerk for research access.
  •  High risk individuals are encouraged to call for assistance.
  • Allow for 6-foot distancing.
  • MASKS are ordered by the court to be worn in the courthouse.
  • Options are offered which reduce the need to travel to the clerk’s office.
  •       Filing of court documents should be made by FAX 419-663-4048 or by mail.  Please include a phone number with your paperwork so that we can       contact you if necessary.  With authorization, filing by email may be an option and in-person delivery is accepted when necessary.  Call or email the clerk with questions .
  •      Payments by mail, credit card by phone or online through our secure website www.huroncountyclerk.com are encouraged.
  • Use of the office’s public terminals is limited.  Current court records may be viewed and printed from the clerk’s website www.huroncountyclerk.com.  If additional document images are needed, please make specific records requests by phone, fax or email.  The clerks are not at liberty to perform research, but will respond to specific requests by emailing the document images at no cost.
  • We are not currenly accepting passport applications.  Those who have emergency travel needs, may call the clerk or go online to travel.state.gov.