The Oscoda County Clerk's Office keeps and preserves public records for the Oscoda County, Michigan government. As part of this job, Clerks maintain Oscoda County vital records, including birth certificates, marriage records, death certificates, and divorce records. These documents list personal information such as names, dates of birth, and other identifying information, and they may be required to obtain Michigan government identification or to receive government services. These documents establish identity and can be used for Oscoda County genealogical research. Oscoda County Clerk Offices may also keep records on Oscoda County property ownership, property taxes, and title deeds, as well as property sale records. The Clerk Office maintains multiple different county records and services, which may be available online.
Oscoda County Clerk Mio MI 311 South Morenci Avenue 48647 989-826-1110