Texas Counties Deliver
    Out of county residents will be seen by appointment only. To setup an appointment, please call our office at (361) 621-1557 and someone will assist you. Thank you.

    Effective as of noon today, March 25, my office will close to the public. We’ve had people from surrounding counties with confirmed Covid-19 cases trying to access my office for birth certificates due to office closure where they reside. I can not put my staff at risk.

    We will be conducting business by appointment only between 8-12. This is so we can screen the nature of the request and confirm a Bee County resident. We are able to fax and email documents as well. I will continue to reevaluate things as we get more updates on the virus. 

    This was an extremely hard decision for me. We work so closely with the public. I have to keep my staff, other employees and myself safe however.

County Clerk

Nickelle Gonzales

105 W. Corpus Christi St., Room 108
Beeville, TX 78102

Phone: 361-621-1557

Fax: 361-492-5985

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:15 am to 12:00 pm
1:00 pm to 4:45 pm

The office of the County Clerk has been in existence in Texas since 1836. In addition to serving as the clerk for the County Court and the County Commissioners’ Court, a County Clerk records and keeps records pertaining to county courts, real and personal property, and personal records. Other responsibilities include recording vital statistics, issuing marriage licenses, birth and death records, collecting court fines and fees, filing and maintaining civil and criminal court documents, and administering other miscellaneous licensing and recording requirements.  

* Website update *

The County Clerk has made records available for search and purchase from June 1, 1995 to present at:  https://bee.tx.publicsearch.us

Additionally to electronically search index books from 1851 to 1995 please click here:  https://kofilequicklinks.com/Bee/ and contact my office for purchase.

Chrome and Firefox eFile & Serve Compatibility
Effective May 31, 2016 Mozilla Firefox will no longer support websites that use Silverlight, including the current eFile and Serve website. Firefox users will receive a message that their web browser is not compatible, and are encouraged to use Internet Explorer 11 or older to eFile. Mac users should use Safari.

Alternatively, a new version of the site that is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari is available HERE.