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* Clerk Byrum's Office will be closed between 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. each day for lunch.
**Clerk Byrum's Mason Office and Lansing Branch Office will be open to the public for walk-ins at this time. You may also call 517-676-7201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment. Those with appointments will be given first priority over walk-ins.
The Ingham County Clerk's Office will be unable to begin processing CPL applications after 4:00PM.
Public Notice Regarding COVID-19
Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum's Office is open for walk-in customers at the Mason Office and Lansing Branch Office at the Veteran’s Memorial Courthouse. Please note, this announcement does not include the Circuit Court Clerk's Office.
Many transactions may be conducted online at clerk.ingham.org or via email or US Mail.
Certified copies of Birth, Marriage, Death, and Military Discharge records
Permanent Absent Voter Ballot Online Sign-Up
Permanent Absent Voter Ballot Application
Other Ingham County Clerk Business
Marriage License application
Please mail any of the above to:
Ingham County Clerk
P.O. Box 179
Mason, MI 48854
Concealed Pistol Licensing
The Office will be continuing to process applications for new Concealed Pistol Licenses. You may walk in to either office location to apply for a Concealed Pistol License. Please note that my Office cannot begin processing a Concealed Pistol License application after 4:00 p.m.
You may submit an application for renewal of your CPL by going to the State of Michigan’s Online CPL Renewal site. Requests for Emergency CPL’s may be made by requesting an appointment with the Office. You are welcome to contact the Office by phone or email for more information.
Thank you for your patience!
Ingham County Clerk
The County Clerk is elected for a four-year term and is responsible for keeping records of birth, death, assumed names, co-partnerships, and issuing and filing marriage licenses. In addition, the Clerk's Office processes concealed pistol licenses and notary applications. The Clerk also serves as the Clerk of the Board of Commissioners, the Board of Canvassers, and the Circuit Court. The Clerk is also a member of the Plat Board and Election Commission. The Clerk also serves as an officiant for wedding ceremonies.
One of the more prominent responsibilities of the Clerk is serving as the chief election official in the County. As such, the Clerk administers all election functions required by law. Part of those duties include the supervision of all national, state, and local elections and also the training of election workers in the County for those communities with a population of under 10,000. The Clerk is also responsible for the administration of the Michigan Campaign Finance Reporting Act for those candidates that file for office at the local level.