We are open!
We are open and operating under our
normal business hours and practices.
- Tuesdays and Thursday 8 AM – 4 PM (closed Noon – 1 PM for lunch)
- Located at 214 N First St inside the City Building.
Additional ways to serve our customers who don’t feel comfortable with in-person transactions:
- Renew by phone 24/7 – 1-833-360-0390
- Renew by calling our office – 270-338-1441 ext 2
- Renew by mail – PO BOX 525 Greenville KY 42345 (All Mail-in fees are being waived right now)
- Online renewals available @ drive.ky.gov
We also have a dropbox located next to the elevator for anyone who wants to drop off their work. It will be returned by mail.
Message from Muhlenberg County Clerk
Welcome to our online office for the Muhlenberg County Clerk. We strive to provide online services to you and hope you find information that is important to you. Our goal is you find your visit whether online or in person a pleasant experience. We handle motor vehicle registration and titling, records, marriage license, delinquent tax sale, and elections. Please visit the Circuit Clerk’s website for information about driver’s license or the legal court docket. If you are coming in for a motor vehicle transaction and would like to email your insurance before you arrive please email us, at the address to the right of this page.
Check my Boat HIN (Hull Identification Number). The US Coast Guard has mandated that Kentucky come into compliance with all HINs by 2018. Learn more about correcting or applying for a HIN Number.
Check my paid Motor Vehicle Taxes, all you need is your VIN which can be located on the dash of your vehicle, on your title or on your registration. VIN Lookup
Looking for Driver’s License or Legal Docket? Visit the Circuit Clerk’s Office located in the Muhlenberg County Judicial Building.
The National Safety Council (NSC) and the Kentucky Department of Vehicle Regulation are joining forces to bring awareness to motorists about Check to Protect, a national campaign to encourage drivers to “check” for any open recalls on their vehicles. Kentucky ranks as the seventh highest open recall state in the nation. We must reduce this ranking to ensure safety for all motorist on Kentucky’s roads. It is simple to check to see if you vehicle has an open recall.