Donna M. Williams, County Clerk



#20 Courthouse Square
Uvalde, Texas 78801
(830) 278-6614 Office
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Office hours are from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM
(open during lunch hour for your convenience)


Online Records Search

Helpful Q&A's to HELP you utilize our Online Records Search

Fee Schedule   (effective 1/1/24)

Notice - Recording Fee Changes   (effective 1/1/24)

Recording Fees for OPR   (effective 1/1/24)

Abandonment of Assumed Name Certificate –STATE

Assumed Name Certificate Unincorporated Business or Profession – LOCAL

Assumed Name Certificate –STATE

Birth or Death Record Request

Information Pertaining to Marriage License

Marriage License Requirements

Uvalde County Clerk Marriage License Frequently Asked Questions

Online Marriage Application 

Plat Filing Requirements

SIGNED Data Reporting Improvement Plan

2015 Fee Increase Notice

Preservation & Restoration Records Plan

English/Spanish Statement of Inability to Afford Court Cost Application

Notice of Bond Election - 2023 (English)

Aviso de Eleccion de Bonos - 2023 (Spanish)


Friendly reminder from Uvalde County Clerk’s Office


Beginning January 1, 2016, e-filing will be mandatory for all Civil and Probate cases. 


Per Senate Bill 1139, Passed by the 84th Legislative Session:

Effective September 1, 2015-the State E-filing fee has been increased from $20 to $30.


Reminder: E-File Mandate effective January 1, 2016 for Uvalde County


Per the Texas Supreme Court mandate miscellaneous order MD 12-9208, all documents that are part of civil matters must be e-filed

Mailed documents will only be accepted by Pro-Se filers as they do not fall under the Mandate issued by the Supreme Court. Documents mailed from an attorney will be returned unfiled so that you may e-file them accordingly.  


Paper documents brought in to the County Clerk’s Office will only be accepted by Pro-se filers, Original Orders from the Judge or paper documents that were accepted as Bench Filings with the proper date/time stamp by the Judge as per statute. NO FAX filings will be accepted by this office. No paper documents from attorneys will be accepted over the counter for filing in the County Clerk’s Office, unless they fall under the exceptions listed below.  


This mandate does not apply to individuals who are not represented by attorneys.


Exceptions to e-filing:

Wills are not required to be filed electronically. If a will is filed electronically, the original must be presented to the Clerk’s Office within 3 business days after the application is filed.


The following documents must not be filed electronically:

      Documents filed under seal or presented to the court in camera; and

      Documents to which access is otherwise restricted by law or court order


Please visit for registration information and for additional information to assist with electronic filing.