It's January!

by bcco January 13, 2017
13:44 PM

January is here! Not sure if we will see anymore snow for the year but the rain just keeps pouring down. Beginning the week of January 16th, residents whose registrations expire in January will start receiving their tax notices. Registrations that expire in February will also be mailed out the same time so our office may become hectic with two months coming in for renewals. 

It is also the beginning of tax season. Every year many customers need to know how much property tax they paid on their vehicles. The Transportation Cabinet has a website to look this information up. Please visit https://secure.kentucky.gov/kytc/vinlookup/ and enter in your VIN. Your VIN is located on insurance cards, your registration and the dashboard of your vehicle. 

We only have one day in the month of January that we close and that is January 16th, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 17th. 

Remember you can always renew online at https://secure.kentucky.gov/kytc/renewal

Stay warm and dry this month! 

December and January Information

by bcco November 28, 2016
10:13 AM

It's hard to believe Christmas has made its way around again. This time of year can be very hectic in our office so we have some helpful points to share to make this festive time of year a happy time of year when dealing with a government office. 

First things first. Let us dive right in on the topic of the DMV. The one place everyone must visit but doesn't really want to. Its not the best gift of the season. Reminds me of that brick of fruitcake some of us get every year. We don't want it but yet it arrives at our house. Just like that lovely vehicle tax bill. December is a month that a lot of different license plates are renewed, which means a lot more people. So the earlier the better and if you want to avoid us (like the plague) please renew online or through the mail

Some residents will be getting newly designed license plates. University of Kentucky, Northern Kentucky University and Masonic have all updated their looks. So anyone with those license plates will receive a new one. You may still renew through the mail or online and we will mail you your new license plate. 

January also seems to be a bit of a hassle at the DMV. If your registration expires that month, you don't get your notice until mid-January so that puts a lot of people behind. However, if you give us a call with your license plate number we can tell you how much everything will cost and you can renew through the mail or come on in early and beat the rush of people that begin to show up after January 19. You can also renew online prior to receiving your notice. The only days we suggest avoiding are the first week of the year. A lot of people from December will still be coming in to renew their registrations and the lines can be somewhat lengthy during this time.

We would like to thank all of our residents and guests for their patience this year as we have been training new staff that has at times left the office a little short-handed. We have a great group of hard workers that look forward to making your trip to our office as painless and stress free as possible. If you ever need additional assistance we have a survey on our main page and many Contact Us locations throughout the website or you can just give us a call! 

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Clerk's Office! We hope everyone has a wonderful and safe holiday.

November General Election Results!

by bcco November 8, 2016
15:26 PM

The 2016 General Election is over! The last precinct delivered their votes and all of the votes cast in Bullitt County are tallied. To give customers and residents a clear view of the election, our office produces reports of the unofficial results (the results will remain unofficial until the local County Board of Elections certifies the total number of votes to the Secretary of State’s Office).  

The Cumulative Report shows each candidate’s total votes cast in Bullitt County. The report is not broken down by precinct; it is a straight county total. For total votes cast for State Representatives or Senators please visit the State Board of Elections website which provides statewide results.

 For statewide results you may visit the State Board of Elections website.

November General Election

by bcco November 7, 2016
15:13 PM

Where Do I Vote? What will the ballot look like? There are many questions that plague our voters on Election Day. Our office is the headquarters for the Bullitt County Board of Elections on November 8, 2016 General Election Day to help with all of your election needs. However, the Kentucky State Board of Elections has set up a website you can use with any device to help point you in the right direction. Simply going to GOVOTEKY and choose either REVIEW YOUR REGISTRATION or VOTING LOCATION will list the school and your precinct where you will cast your ballot and the site also lists your Legislative Districts. The same link also has the sample ballot for our county. The ballot is for all precincts so make sure you write down your Precinct Number and Legislative Districts so you know what races you will vote for. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact our office for further assistance. 

Happy 2016!!!

by bcco January 11, 2016
08:27 AM

January has come in fast and cold. Never thought winter would get here and I am sure some residents are wishing it hadn't. January is an unusual month for vehicle renewals. It is the only month where renewal notices are not sent out until the actual month of renewal. The reason? Taxes. The Revenue Department cannot enter taxes until after January 1 which means the notices cannot be printed until after that time. Renewal notices are generally printed and mailed out between the 11th and 15th. However, for any customer wanting to come in and renew now, just bring in insurance and registration and we can process without the renewal notice. 

 

As far as closures this month we have only one. January 18th we will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

 

In Voter Registration/Election News, the filing deadline for Lebanon Junction City Council is January 26th at 4:00 PM. 

 

And if you haven't been to our office recently, we have a take-a-number system now for the Motor Vehicle Department. Just come in and take a number and take a seat and wait for your number. Much better than standing in a line snaking your way through the office. Smile

 

Happy January!!!

Happy Holidays from the Clerk's Office!

by bcco November 17, 2015
15:23 PM

Can you believe it is already November? It seems like just yesterday people were swimming, boating and going on picnics. It is starting to get cooler fast, and as the cold air starts circulating around the Bluegrass, the questions are circulating about our holiday closings. For Thanksgiving our office will be closed on November 26 and November 27, 2015.

As Inauguration Day approaches on December 8, state offices WILL be closed. However, our office is a county office and we will be open that day. We do ask for patience since we need state offices frequently in completing transactions and they will not be available that day. 

As Christmas approaches our office will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day (24th and 25th). The next week we will be closed on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day (31st and January 1st). 

For any customers that experienced the highly unusual but very packed December we had last year, we ask that everyone gets their transactions completed before those last few days of the year creep up on you. Expect long lines and long wait times as we get closer to January. We have many options for renewals. Check out our HOW DO I tab on the main page for different ways to renew and avoid those crazy lines. 

Stay safe and warm this Holiday Season!

2014 General Election Results

by bcco November 4, 2014
16:52 PM

The 2014 General Election is over! The last precinct delivered their votes and all of the votes cast in Bullitt County are tallied. To give customers and residents a clear view of the election, our office produces two reports of the unofficial results (the results will remain unofficial until the local County Board of Elections certifies the total number of votes to the Secretary of State’s Office no later than 12:00 PM on Friday, November 7, 2014).  

 

The Cumulative Report (attachment below) shows each candidate’s total votes cast in Bullitt County. The report is not broken down by precinct; it is a straight county total. For total votes cast for State Representatives or Senators please visit the State Board of Elections website which provides statewide results.

 

The Precinct Report (attachment below) shows each candidate’s votes for each Bullitt County Precinct. This report is very detailed and usually around 100+ pages. This report breaks down the votes and shows how many votes a candidate received from each precinct in Bullitt County.

 

 

For statewide results you may visit the State Board of Elections website.

cumulative.pdf (86.59 kb)

precinct.pdf (1.73 mb)

2014 General Election Ballot

by bcco October 16, 2014
12:57 PM

It is that time again! On November 4, 2014 voters will head to the polls to not only cast their vote for Senators and Representatives (State and Federal level) but also for their local county offices. Check out the countywide ballot to see who is running for office in your area. 

2014 General Election Ballot.pdf (793.22 kb)

Election Results are In!

by bcco May 20, 2014
20:28 PM

The 2014 Primary Election is over! The last precinct delivered their votes and all of the votes cast in Bullitt County are tallied. To give customers and residents a clear view of the election, our office produces two reports of the unofficial results (the results will remain unofficial until the local County Board of Elections certifies the total number of votes to the Secretary of State’s Office no later than 12:00 PM on Friday, May 23, 2014).  

 

The Cumulative Report shows each candidate’s total votes cast in Bullitt County. The report is NOT broken down by precinct; it is a straight county total. For total votes cast for State Representatives or Senators please visit the State Board of Elections website which provides statewide results.

 

The Precinct Report shows each candidate’s votes for each Bullitt County Precinct. This report is very detailed and usually around 100+ pages. This report breaks down the votes and shows how many votes a candidate received from each precinct in Bullitt County.

 

 

For statewide results you may visit the State Board of Elections website.

Voter's Questions Answered

by bcco April 9, 2014
16:05 PM

 

Voter’s Questions Answered for Primary Election Day: May 20, 2014

Elections can be confusing, trying to figure out where you vote, who you can vote for and what you need. We have compiled a list of frequent questions our customers have regarding Election Day. We hope everyone gets out to vote and best of luck to all of our candidates.

Voter’s Questions Answered

 1.       When is the Primary Election?

a.    The Primary Election will be held on May 20, 2014. Polls are open from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

2.       Where Do I Vote?

a.   To vote you will need to know the location and precinct number for your residence. To find this out please visit the Voter Information Center

3.       What do I need to vote?

a.       Personal Acquaintance with an election officer;

b.      Driver’s License (does not have to be a KY Issued License)

c.       Any IDENTIFICATION CARD with picture and signature of voter

d.      Social Security Card

e.      Credit Card

4.       Where Do I Register to Vote?

a.    You may register to vote at your local County Clerk’s Office. The last day to register to be eligible to vote in the May Primary Election is April 21, 2014 by end of business.

5.       What party am I registered with?

a.       Visit the Voter Information Center

6.       What are the Absentee Ballots and am I eligible?

a.       Please contact our office at 502-543-2513 Ext 6 for information

7.       Who is running for office?

a.       Please check out the list of candidates for May Primary

8.       How can I become a Poll Worker?

a.     Please contact our office at 502-543-2513 Ext 6 for information on working election day

 

If we did not answer your question please give us a call at 502-543-2513. On Election Day (6AM to 6PM) we will also have people available to answer any additional questions.

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