The County Clerk serves the Superior Court and the public as a result of having been elected by the citizens in Grant County to the position. The Washington State constitution established the County Clerk position to create a separation of powers between the keeper of the court records and the judiciary. Kimberly A. Allen is the current County Clerk elected in 2006 by the citizens of Grant County.
The Grant County Clerk is responsible for processing and managing all Superior Court records and financial transactions, including Juvenile Court and Civil Commitment matters. The office provides support staff for 3 Superior Court Judges and 1 Court Commissioner. The office is committed to all relevant laws, rules and policies relating to judicial and administrative procedures.
UPDATE ON ODYSSEY PORTAL ACCESS:
Public access to the Odyssey Portal is once again available as of August 1, 2022, per the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC).
- Do you have the legal forms I need?
- How do I get copies of the documents in my court file?
- How do I get my record vacated?
- I cannot afford an attorney, can you help me?
- What can I do if I am a victim of domestic violence?
- What can the Grant County Clerk’s Office not do?
- What can the Grant County Clerk’s Office staff do?
- What type of court records are maintained by the County Clerk?