Welcome from County Clerk Maureen O'Connell


Effective June 30, 2023: Renewals of Notary Public Commissions Must be Submitted to the NYS Secretary of State

Effective June 30, 2023 NYS Executive Law Section 131 has been amended to now require renewals of notary public commissions be submitted to and processed by the NYS Secretary of State. Renewal commissions can no longer be accepted by the County Clerk. Renewal applications must be made online at https://dos.ny.gov/notary-public or by mail to NYS Dept. of State Division of Licensing Services, P.O. Box 22001, Albany NY 12201-2001 or 1 Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue, 6th Floor, Albany, NY 12231.

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I am delighted that you have chosen to visit the County Clerk’s online office. Please note that Nassau County land documents are now available to search online for your convenience.

The County Clerk is an office created by the New York State Constitution, serving as Clerk of the Supreme and County Courts and as an agent for state and federal governments. In addition, the Clerk is responsible for recording documents relating to real property located in Nassau County and maintains the official index of real property ownership.

As County Clerk, my primary objective is to continue to implement strategies to promote real-time services and facilitate enhanced access to serve the residents of Nassau County. We constantly are working to strip away layers of bureaucracy, improve access to official records, and streamline operations while containing costs.

The Nassau County Clerk’s Office offers a variety of services to assist the courts, legal professionals, and the public. We process hundreds of millions of dollars per year in transactions and have many statutory duties. I hope our website is informative and that this office processes your transaction to your satisfaction.



Maureen O’Connell
Nassau County Clerk