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Carlsbad - 325 S. Main St. Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Artesia - 602 S. 1st St. Monday 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
No, they do not expire. If you have a license and have decided not to use it, we ask that you notify the Clerk’s Office.
CARLSBAD OFFICE Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
ARTESIA OFFICE Monday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. ~ Tuesday through Friday 8 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Jay Francis, Probate Judge Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 3-5:30 p.m.. No appointment is necessary.
NOT IN OFFICE on Wednesday or Friday.
Index records will go live on March 11, 2019 images are not yet available.
A determination can be obtained on an individual basis or when requesting an address. For a determination contact Steve McCroskey or Warren Hardin at (575)887-9511.
We target five point in your ear which include the Shen-Men which is related to spirit, Liver which is related to anger, Kidney which is related to fear, Lung with is related to grief or loss, and the Sympathetic Nerve which is related to flight or fight.
It is a free service, although the DWI program requires that you obtain a Doctor's Referral prior to receiving the treatment.
If you would like to get detoxed please contact Cecilia at (575) 885-3328. Cell phone: (575) 200-9518.
You can obtain a marriage license and find out more about requirements and pricing by visiting the County Clerk's page.
Yes, you may search Eddy County Recordings Index information on the County Clerk's Office web page.
Yes, property records are available online. For more information, visit the
For information on oil and gas drilling regulations, contact Wesley Hooper, Community Services Director 575-887-9511 Community Services web site
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Requests for public records can be made by submitting a form through the following link: https://eddycountynm.nextrequest.com/.
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Yes. You can visit the New Mexico Secretary of State website, click Register to Vote. Here you can register for the first time or update your current voter registration in New Mexico.
No, Eddy County uses Voting Convenience Centers. Anybody who is registered to vote in Eddy County can vote at any location, regardless of where you may live.
Absentee In-Person Voting begins October 6th at the Eddy County Clerk’s Offices in Carlsbad and Artesia.
You can request and absentee ballot be sent to you. The form is available below, or you can call our office and we'll be happy to send that to you.
Yes, it is important to keep your physical and mailing addresses current on your voter registration. The content of your ballot is dependent on your address and State Law requires you to register to vote where you reside. You can update your addresses online at https://portal.sos.state.nm.us/OVR/(S(3duv1fwfr2ex3w0sascndmxr))/WebPages/InstructionsStep1.aspx or at one of Eddy County Clerk’s offices:
Carlsbad Clerk Office - 325 S. Main St - 575-885-3383 OR
Artesia Clerk Office - 602 S. First Street -575-746-2541
You can check your registration status by calling the County Clerk's Office at 575-885-3383,575-746-2541. Or you can check online by using the Secretary of State’s online Voter Services.
You need to fill out a new voter registration form and submit it to the County Clerk's Office or you can utilize the online voter registration services. You can find a link on the Clerk's web page.
View your ballot here: https://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx
By completing the voter registration form now, you are in essence pre-registering but you do not become an eligible voter until you have reached your 18th birthday. Only eligible voters may sign petitions or vote in an election.
Yes. We do not keep a permenant list of Absentee Voters. According to State Statute you must submit a new request for every Election.
We are always looking for motivated individuals to work our polling locations. Please contact our office directly to receive more information.