Resident Info

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Annex Building (Behind Courthouse)

Open Monday through Friday  8 – 4 p.m. & Thursdays 8 – 6 p.m.

County Clerk’s Office 543-2513

  • Marriage License
  • Mortgages and Deeds
  • Vehicle Registration (renewal and transfers)
  • Vehicle Taxes
  • Voter Registration
  • Notary applications
  • Election administration
  • Divorce that is final

Planning and Zoning – 543-6832

  • Rezoning Requests
  • Building permits (for additions to existing structures)
  • Sign permits
  • Zoning classification information

Code Enforcement – 921-2970

  • Building permits for new structures
  • Electrical permits/inspections
  • HVAC permits/inspections

Property Valuation Administration – 543-7480

Judicial Center (Behind Courthouse)

Circuit and District Court 543-2244

  • Court Dates, Times, and Fees
  • Drivers License
  • Jury Duty
  • Filing for criminal and civil cases
  • Filing for divorce
  • Paying fines
  • Probate
  • Paying traffic tickets

Courthouse

Judge Executive’s Office (1st Floor) 543-2262

Open Monday – Friday from 8 to 4 p.m.

  • Pet Licenses
  • ABC License
  • Fiscal Court Information

Sheriff’s Office (1st Floor) 543-2514

Open Monday through Friday 8 – 4 p.m. & Thursdays 8 – 6 p.m.

  • Drug Task Force
  • Finger Printing ($10 per card)
  • Property Tax Payments
  • Notary ($10)
  • Accident Reports
  • Warrant Information
  • Drug Tipline 502-955-2583 or 502-543-1262
  • Prescription Drug Disposal (no needles or liquids)

History Museum (1st and 2nd Floor)

  • Genealogy
  • County History

County Attorney’s Office (2nd Floor) 543-1505

  • Prosecution of all traffic and misdemeanor offenses in district court
  • Prosecution of all felonies at the probable cause stage in district court
  • Prosecution of all juvenile offenses including criminal acts, status offenses, and dependency, neglect and abuse
  • Handle extraditions
  • Oversee mental inquests and disability cases
  • Prosecute to recover delinquent property taxes
  • Serve as counsel for fiscal court, county districts, commissions and county officials
  • Initiate actions on behalf of the County or elected officials in their official capacity
  • Defend the County in all claims made against it or against elected officials in their official capacity
  • Collect cold checks on behalf of merchants and businesses
  • Collect delinquent civil child support for parents through a contract with the Cabinet for Families & Children
  • Represent the Mt. Washington Fire Protection District.

Commonwealth Attorney’s Office (2nd Floor) 543-4157

Bullitt County Economic Development  – Porter Building, Buckman Street  543-1200

Department of Public Advocacy 955-8594

  • Public Defender

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