County Clerk Anytime
- The County Clerk Anytime web site is a service of Hamilton County, Tennessee, and lets residents conduct a number of county services that could previously only be done in person
- With Hamilton County’s “County Clerk Anytime” site, residents can renew most vehicle tags, preapply for a marriage license, apply for a county business license, gather information about what documents are needed when visiting a county offices, and conduct a Hamilton County Commission resolutions search
- There are fees for some Hamilton County services online, but these are the same fees that would be assessed as in person (meaning there’s no additional charge to use the County Clerk Anytime site)
Citizens of Hamilton County, Tennessee (including cities of Chattanooga, Collegedale, East Ridge, Lakesite and more) can visit the Hamilton County Clerk “County Clerk Anytime” web page, which is a 24 hour online extension of the county clerk’s office. New Tennessee residents can use the County Clerk any time site to title a vehicle in Tennessee for the first time. Tennessee drivers licenses, name changes, and address changes can’t be handled through the Hamilton County online site.
County Clerk Anytime Highlights
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- Under the “Tennessee Business Tax Act” any new business that is planning to operate in Hamilton County is required to get a new business license and report their gross income receipts to the Tennessee Department of Revenue each year
- This license can be applied for with the County Clerk Anytime
- Free to use
- Please direct any questions about the County Clerk Anytime service to 423-209-6525 or bu US Mail County Clerk 625 Georgia Avenue Room 201 Chattanooga, TN 37402
More About Hamilton County
The Hamilton County Clerk’s Office is headed by Bill Knowles. The office was established in 1820, and Bill Knowles is the longest running clerk they have ever had, serving from 1974 to today (42 years). The Hamilton County clerk is elected for a term of 4 years, and issues a number of different licenses and other county services.
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