The Sierra County Clerk is the elected official responsible for the keeping of vital records, including County Ordinances and Resolutions (below).
The County Clerk is also the County chief election’s officer and oversees all election processes. Early voting is held in the County Clerk’s office.
Absentee ballots may be requested from the New Mexico Secretary of State website. More Voter Registration information is available on their Voter Information page or on the US Election Assistance Commission website.
Business Licenses are submitted to the County Clerk’s Office. As of January 1, 2013, Licenses are $50 per year. Any person engaged in any business in Sierra County shall obtain a license with the County Clerk’s office, unless they are in a municipality, in which case a municipal business license is required.
Business License applications are available below in PDF form, and may be filled out in advance, but must be submitted in person to the Clerk’s office.