Clerk of the Circuit Court

  1. 10/5/2021 - Circuit Court and Clerk of the Circuit Court COVID-19 Information

    The latest action plans and orders for the Circuit Court and the Clerk of the Circuit Court relevant to COVID-19 can be found here. Read on...
  2. Surveys for Jury Service in the Mail

    The Jury Office in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court is sending out more than 50,000 jury questionnaires postcards to Loudoun County residents for the purpose of determining who is qualified for jury duty in Loudoun County in 2022. Read on...
  3. ‘Jury Duty’ Scams Lead to Reminder from LCSO & Clerk of the Circuit Court

    The Clerk of the Circuit Court, Gary M. Clemens, and Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman caution Loudoun residents to be aware of a recent jury fraud scam. Read on...
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  • Effective Monday, August 9, 2021, Loudoun County Government will require all employees and visitors to county facilities —regardless of vaccination status—to wear face masks while inside all county facilities in a renewed effort to reduce levels of community transmission of COVID-19.
  • The offices of the Clerk of the Circuit Court are open to the public; no appointment will be necessary except for marriage licenses, notary oaths and probate.
  • The Public Services Division will continue to offer both in-person and virtual marriage license and notary oath appointments. You may make an appointment here.
  • The Land Records Division accepts drop off of recordings at the land records recording customer service counter.
  • Copy requests for land records and public services can be picked up at the self-service kiosk in the hallway on level 2.
  • Public kiosks for criminal and civil digital records are available on the fourth floor of the Courts Complex directly across from the elevators and inside the Clerk’s Office on the third floor.

The Clerk of the Circuit Court serves as the recorder of deeds and probate judge, issues marriage licenses and is the official court administrator for all civil and criminal court cases. In this latter capacity, the Clerk creates and maintains all court files and records, prepares court orders and jury lists, contacts jurors and issues summons and court processes.

Courthouse Expansion Project

As construction of the new General District Courthouse begins, please use caution when entering and exiting the courts complex. For the latest status, information or to sign up for alerts, please see the Court House Expansion Project .