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County Clerk

106 5th Street, P.O. Box 308
Harrisville, MI 48740
Phone (989) 724-9410
Fax (989) 724-9419

Office Hours
Monday-Friday 8:30am – Noon and 1:00pm – 4:30pm
Closed Legal and County Holidays




Stephany Eller



Welcome to the Alcona County Clerk’s Office

The County Clerk is an elected official with a four-year term of office. Duties of the County Clerk are prescribed by law and include Clerk to the Board of Commissioners, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clerk of the County Election Canvassers, Jury Board, Concealed Weapons Licensing Board and County Plat Board.

The Clerk maintains birth and death records, marriage licenses, assumed business names and partnership certificates, veterans discharge records, notary commissions, concealed weapons permits and processes passport applications.

The County Clerk is the chief election official of the County, supervises all national, state and local elections, and is responsible for maintaining the County’s Qualified Voter File.


  • Assumed names certificates (DBA)
  • DBA dissolution
  • Vital Record copies
  • Military Discharge (DD-214)
  • Applying for Marriage License
  • Election Results
  • Election & Voter Information
  • Notary Public



Birth, Death & Marriage Records

OBTAINING BIRTH, DEATH AND MARRIAGE RECORDS   All copies of vital records issued are certified and have a raised seal.  There is a $15.00 fee for the first certified copy and $5.00 for each additional copy of the same record.  You may apply for a copy of a vital record in person or through the mail.  If …

Business Assumed Names/CO-Partnership

Persons who own, conduct or transact business in Alcona County are required by statute, to file their business names in this county, on forms provided by the County Clerk’s Office. The fee for filing, renewing or dissolving either the Certificate of Assumed Name or the Certificate of Co-partnership is $10.00; two certified copies of the …

Election & Voter Information

N O T I C E MI Voter Registration Application Absentee Ballot Application  Where do I vote? Michigan Secretary of State – Bureau of Elections         

Election Results

Below, you will find a PDF document of the election results for Alcona County, MI. 2022 General Election Results     2022 August Primary Results 2020 General Election Results  2020 August Primary Results 2020 Presidential Primary Results 2019 Recall Election Results 2019 Special Election Results 2019 Recall Election Results 2018 General Election Results 2018 Primary …


  Following discharge from the service, veterans may file their military discharge papers (Form DD-214) with the County Clerk’s Office, in the county in which they reside.  By doing so, the County Clerk can produce certified copies.  The Clerk’s Office maintains a list of all DD-214’s on file.   Pursuant to MCL 35.32, a Military …

Notary Public

 Becoming a Notary Public Qualifications: You must be 18 years of age or older, a Michigan resident, and reside in Alcona County. Procedure: Applicant must purchase a $10,000 bond from an insurance company. Bond is then filed with the County Clerk along with a $10.00 filing fee. Applicant fills out a notary application form given to them …