Registrar

Welcome! Before You Visit Our Offices…

  • View a list of online services for our department and others you can access from your home or office.
  • If you need to visit our offices in the County Administration Building in person, please note:
    • Visitors are required to review a health screening checklist before entering. If you have COVID-19 symptoms and/or known exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days, please remain at home. 
    • You will need to check in at a QLess electronic kiosk in the first floor lobby of the Administration Building to join a virtual queue for our office to receive services. QLess also is accessible on a computer using a web browser or mobile device through the free QLess app. After checking in, you will be directed to a service window or a staff member will meet you in the lobby for services. 
    • To access our office on the 5th floor, visitors must check in at the Security Desk to receive a visitor badge, and be accompanied by a staff member.

For further questions, call our department at 636-949-7560. Thank you.

Notary commissions will be handled though the Registrar 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Appointments are not required. Call 636-949-7560 if your commission is expiring on a Monday or Thursday. Learn more about Notary Commissions.

About Us

The St. Charles County Registrar (referred to as the County Clerk in other jurisdictions) is part of the Finance Department and is responsible for:

  • Keeping track of tax rates levied by all of the county’s political subdivisions
  • Serving as secretary to the Board of Equalization
  • Maintaining the records of the County Council
  • Maintaining historical and archived records of the county
  • Processing Sunshine Law/Records Requests
  • Issuing notary commissions
  • Issuing business licenses and applications
  • Posting ordinances with penalty provisions online 

In addition, the County Registrar assumes all non-election-related duties assigned to the County Clerk per Missouri State Statutes.

Sunshine Law and Records Requests

Individuals and organizations interested in obtaining records pertaining to St. Charles County Government may do so by submitting a Records Request Form (PDF) in writing to the County Registrar. Requests may be mailed, hand delivered, faxed, or emailed. You can also submit a records request online.