Monday - Friday
7:30am - 4:30pm
The County Clerk's Office is the records keeper for Thayer County. The Clerk's Office is the hub of all offices and the place residents from our County and State look to for information. The County Clerk is the secretary for both the County Board of Equalization, and the County Commissioners
The County Clerk attends all meetings and records all the proceedings for both boards. The Clerk's Office files all miscellaneous proofs of publications, pays all claims, handles all insurance claims and employee records. This office also issues marriage licenses.
Thayer County Register of Deeds
The register of deeds is responsible for the custody and safe keeping of all books, records, maps, and papers kept or deposited in his or her office.
The register of deeds must record or cause to be recorded all documents presented to him or her for recording. Every deed recorded must be recorded in the order and at the time of delivery to the register of deeds.
The register of deeds may not record plats and subdivisions unless they have been approved by the proper authority.
The register or deeds must endorse every instrument filed for record with the year, month, day, hour, and minute. This information, along with the book and page or computer system where the document can be found, must also be entered in the proper indexes for later reference.
Thayer County Election Commissioner
Thayer County Clerk
- 225 N. 4th St.
- Room 201
- Hebron, NE. 68370
- PHONE: (402)-768-6126
- FAX: (402)-768-2129
- Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Requirements for a marriage license issued by Thayer County.
- Both applicants must be at least 17 years of age. You cannot marry in Nebraska if you are under 17.
- Parental consent required for applicants between 17 and 18 years of age.
- One form of identification is required. i.e. a Drivers License or Passport.
- Birthplace of both the applicants.
- Full Names and Birthplaces of both parents.
- Social Security numbers of both applicants.
- If the applicant had a previous marriage, we will need to know the date the marriage ended. (Divorce decree or date of death)
- No blood test is required.
- Applicants must be married within one year of license issuance. Otherwise you must apply again.
- Applicants may apply for a marriage license in any Nebraska County, and are allowed to use the license in any other Nebraska County.