Michael P. Kearns

Michael P. Kearns
Erie County Clerk

Michael P. Kearns was sworn in as the Erie County Clerk on December 5, 2017. A life-long resident of South Buffalo, Michael “Mickey” Kearns graduated from Bishop Timon High School. He earned an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies from Erie Community College and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Canisius College. He has served as an elected official since 2006 as the South District Council Member in the City of Buffalo and in 2012 was elected New York State Assemblyman to represent the 145th District (then the 142nd district). As Erie County Clerk, he prioritizes excellent customer service while efficiently and effectively serving the people of Erie County.

Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns welcomes you to the website of the Erie County Clerk’s Office. If you need further assistance, please contact our office at 716-858-8866.

What's Happening in the County Clerk's Office
IMPORTANT NOTICE PISTOL PERMIT RE-CERTIFICATION DEADLINE FAST APPROACHING! Kearns makes re-certification stations available at Erie County Clerk’s Office   BUFFALO-    Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns is announcing that computer stations...
Effective September 1, 2017 e-filed documents in Erie County will be available immediately for online public viewing through the New York State Court Electronic Filing system. Unsealed documents were previously visible only after the issuance of an Index Number. After September 1, all documents...
Reminding Motorists that April is Donate Life Month
Erie County, NY– The Erie County Clerk’s Office is again teaming up with Unyts and the New York Alliance for Donation (NYAD) during Donate Life Month to increase enrollment in the New York State Donate Life Registry. Donate Life Month is a national month-long observance aimed at raising public...
Do you need A copy of a Public Record like a deed or a Mortgage? Head on over to our new Online Record Request page and select the Online Request Form to submit your request today! General Rules for Requesting...