Highly decorated World War II veteran Henry Benson, second from right, was recently presented with a service medal of appreciation from Sussex County Clerk Jeffrey Parrott, left, and Lorraine Hentz of Senior Services. The 94-year-old Benson and his Highland Lakes neighbor, Bill Miklovic, visited the Clerk’s office on April 23 to obtain their veterans identification cards.
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- Passport Services New, renewal and passport cards.
- Electronic Records Search including Deeds, Mortages and more.
- Marriages: Please note that the Sussex County Clerk, for personal reasons, chooses not to solemnize marriages and/or civil unions. Click here for more information/options.
Thanks for visiting the official Web site of the Sussex County Clerk, your Internet guide to the broad range of services available to you as a resident of Sussex County.
Here, in one convenient location, you will find a description of our services, detailed instructions, downloadable forms, and fee information for the many services offered by your Sussex County Clerk's Office, located in the county seat of Newton at 83 Spring Street.
If you need assistance or additional information, including our office hours and scheduled closings, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Sussex County Clerk's Office makes most if its public records available for on-line viewing. Electronic deed and mortgage records are available from 1950 to present, with lien documents available from 2008 forward.
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The Sussex County Clerk's Office also offers electronic recording of many land records. Click the e-Recording icon at right.
OPEN PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS
Please note that OPRA requests should be directed to the Clerk of the Board, NOT the County Clerk. Mail OPRA requests to:
Clerk of the Board of Chosen Freeholders
Sussex County Administrative Center
One Spring St.
Newton, NJ 07860