Waukesha County

Due to COVID-19, Waukesha County's in-person services may be limited or altered. Click here for hours and updates

Office hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Our office will be closed November 26th & 27th 
Appointments are required when applying for a marriage license.  If you would like to schedule an appointment or have questions about the application process please call the County Clerk's office at (262) 548-7010 or click the link below to email us:


Please click here for information on how to apply for a marriage license, including a list of documents required to complete your application.  You may apply for your marriage license up to 35 days prior to your ceremony.  Please reserve your appointment in advance, we are currently booking reservations through the end of 2020.
We are resuming accepting passport applications on a limited basis.

Please call our office at (262) 548-7010 to schedule an appointment.  The U.S. Department of State is experiencing significant delays in passport processing.  We will not be able to provide you with information as to when you will receive your passport or the return of your citizenship documents (e.g. previous passports, birth or naturalization certificates). Click here to see if you qualify for a self renewal. For additional information on issuance delays please visit the U.S. State department's website at travel.state.gov


What We do

Welcome to the Waukesha County Clerk's Area.

The Waukesha County Clerk's office is a State Constitutional office, with the clerk being elected every four years by the people of Waukesha County.

The function of the County clerk's office can be broken down into three major areas; Election Administration, Legislative Support & Administrative Services.

Within these three areas, the office is responsible for all the records as required by the state statutes and is clerk to the county board. For elections, the Clerk's office prepares and distributes the ballots and supplies, programs election equipment, works with municipalities on voter registration and training, receives and tabulates unofficial elections results and runs the board of canvass for all county, state and federal offices in Waukesha County. The office also distributes marriage licenses, works with municipalities on dog licenses and is a US Passport acceptance agency.

I am delighted that you have taken time to look at our site and hope that you find it useful today and in the future. Please take a minute to review the four “Related LInks” listed. Each provides very interesting information about the state-wide election process, the 72 county clerks in the state of Wisconsin and the various duties they perform, and your municipal clerks.