Randolph County Clerk
110 S Main St Suite A
Huntsville, MO 65259
Office Hours: Weekdays– 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Fax: (660) 277-3246
E-mail Address: Will.Ellis@RandolphCounty-mo.gov
A county-wide elected office with a four year term, the Clerk’s position is held by Will Ellis.
The County Clerk is an elected official who is responsible for keeping accurate records of the orders, rules, and proceedings of the County Commission. In addition, the County Clerk is responsible for inspecting and reviewing all voter precinct boundaries within the County and conducting elections. Other administrative responsibilities of the Clerk include maintaining payroll files, administering employee benefits, administering the Records Management budget, and procuring adequate insurance and bonding for the County’s assets and elected officials. Each county clerk, on or before the thirtieth day of June, annually, shall make out and transmit to the state board of education, at Jefferson City, a report of school districts in his county made by him according to the form prescribed by the state board of education; such report to include the amount of income of the school funds of the county, the amount realized from taxes collected therein, the amount of replacement tax under section 6(2) of article X of the Constitution of Missouri and the assessed valuation of each district within the county by the categories specified in section 137.115. It shall be the duty of the clerk of the county commission to keep in his office a catalogue of all reports of the supreme court and the court of appeals belonging to his office, and he shall deliver or account to his successor in office for all such law reports; and upon failure to so deliver the same, the prosecuting attorney of the county shall institute a suit to the use of the county to which the reports belong against the clerk, or on the bond of the clerk, and in case of recovery in such suit, recovery shall be for three times the value of the reports that the clerk shall have failed to deliver.
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County Liquor Licenses are due by June 30th, of each year.
Licenses can be purchased at the County Clerk’s office in the Huntsville Courthouse.
Must bring a copy of your State Liquor License with you. All taxes (County, State, Federal and City) must be up to date.
Please contact the County Clerk’s office if you have any questions. (660) 277-5822 or (660) 263-5822.