Clay County proudly offers citizens a variety of departments to service you. If you're needing assistance to perform a task, take a look below at our departments.
The County Judge is responsible for presiding over hearings, appointing board members and preparing annual budgets as well as other civil duties.
The Assessor is responsible for determining the value of property within a city, town, or village's boundaries.
The Veteran Services department provides information and assistance in obtaining state and federal veterans benefits, programs and services such as employment assistance and job training.
The Clay County Office of Emergency Management/E-911 is responsible for coordinating with federal agencies to plan and prepare for natural disasters and other emergency-related situations.
The District Court office handles issues pertaining to traffic violations, summons, warrants, Court orders, judgements and injunctions.
The Sheriff is considered the top lawman in the county and performs a range of duties including criminal investigations, traffic law enforcement, and county jail operation.
The Collector is responsible for the daily operations of the Collector's office where the primary function is to collect personal property and real estate taxes. This office is also responsible for collecting Circuit Court fines and District Court fines.