|The mission of the Shawano County Clerk’s office is to provide prompt, accurate and courteous information and services to the general public including the administration and coordination of elections and the issuance and distribution of certain permits and state licenses. The County Clerk’s office also serves the County Board and other county departments by assuring completion of necessary support functions and management of records.
The position of County Clerk is a Constitutional Officer elected by the voters of Shawano County.
The Clerk’s office provides general information and many services to the public. Some of the services provided are: issuing marriage licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, motor vehicle registrations, work permits and timber harvest notices. The County Clerk is also the assistant to the County Board and prepares the County Board agenda with the board chairperson, prepares County Board minutes, and publishes necessary documents relating to board action. It is also the responsibility of the office to prepare, design, and distribute the Shawano County directory and County Board proceedings annually. The County Clerk is the legal custodian of County Board proceedings and all committee agendas, minutes and contracts. Finally, the office supports the Shawano County Courthouse general information telephone line.
Shawano County's Sesquicentennial 1853 - 2003.
The County Clerk's office has the Shawano County Sesquicentennial (1853 - 2003) book for sale in their office at a reduced cost of $5.00
The Sesquicentennial book can be mailed for an additional $7.96 to cover postage and handling. Send your check payable to the Shawano County Clerk in the amount of $12.96 and mail it to: Shawano County Clerk, 311 N. Main Street, Shawano, WI 54166.
Payment Drop Box
To better serve its customers, Shawano County has a drive-up payment drop box in the parking lot next to the courthouse. This will allow for after-hour and weekend payments. Payments can be made for county property taxes and county fines. Payment must be by check or money order. Do not use cash. Payments should be marked with the payer's name, address, phone number, and type of payment. Payment envelopes are available in the Clerk of Court office and the County Treasurer's office.
||Kara Skarlupka - County Clerk
Phone: (715) 526-9150
Fax: (715) 524-5157
Click here to email
||Shawano County Courthouse
1st Floor, Room 104
311 N. Main St.
Shawano, WI 54166
||Monday - Thursday
7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.