Clerk

Vicki Truksa

Clerk
Register of Deeds
Election Commissioner

Sharon Woolsey

Deputy Clerk

The County Clerk is secretary to the County Board of Supervisors.  The county clerk is the bookkeeper of the county and must countersign all vendor and payroll checks approved by the board which have been signed by the chairman. Since 1987 marriage licenses have been issued by the county clerk’s office.  Several special duties are required by law.

The Register of Deeds office contains the history record of all real estate transactions. If a register of deeds is not elected pursuant to section 32-518, the county clerk shall act as ex officio register of deeds. Butler County has certain real estate records available online. You can obtain data by searching grantor / grantee, legal description or by filing date, and print copies free of charge. Currently there is data and documents available to view or print from January 1, 2009 to the present. The website is: www.nebraskadeedsonline.us

The county clerk is also in charge of elections. The county clerk shall have the powers and perform the duties assigned to the election commissioner except in those counties which have an election commissioner as provided by section 32-207 or 32-211.