The County Clerk is responsible for the retention and preservation of official records pertaining to Lumpkin County Government. These records include, but are not limited to meeting agendas, minutes, resolutions, ordinances, county contracts, and intergovernmental agreements.
The Clerk is further responsible for ensuring all county ordinances are codified as required by state law. To review the current ordinances please click here Headline Opens in New Window .icck here to see the full catalog of programs Opens a New Window. Clicck here to see the full catalog of progra
Additionally, the Clerk stands as the Open Records Officer for the County and provides requested documentation as required by the Freedom of Information Act and Georgia law. For additional information on Open Records as well as information on how to submit a request for records please click here Headline.
Open records requests pertaining to the Sheriff's Office must be filed directly through that office; please visit the Lumpkin County Sheriff's Office website Opens in New Window .
The County Clerk receives and presents all requests for alcoholic beverage licenses to the Board of Commissioners. The Clerk also collects all distilled spirits and farm winery monthly excise tax. For information on alcoholic beverage license applications/renewals and monthly excise tax please click here. Headline Opens in New Win
Note: The County Clerk’s Office is not affiliated with the judicial system.
Board of Commissioners Agenda and Minutes
The Lumpkin County Board of Commissioners meet a minimum of two times a month. Meetings are typically held on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Lumpkin County Administrative Building. To view the Board of Commissioners calendar, current minutes, and archives please click here Headline.
The mission of the County Clerk's office is to effectively manage the official records of the Board of Commissioners in compliance with all relevant laws, rules, and policies while providing easy access to those records.