Marion County, Arkansas

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FAQs

How do I put in a request for road work?

You may contact the Marion County Judge’s Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 545, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-6231 or email mcjudge@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I report a missing road sign?

You may contact the Marion County E-911 Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 777, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-5800 or email mc911@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I apply for an E-911 (street) address?

You may contact the Marion County E-911 Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 777, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-5800 or email mc911@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I apply for a development or occupancy permit?

You may contact the Marion County Judge’s Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 545, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-6231 or email mcjudge@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I apply for a new road name?

You may contact the Marion County E-911 Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 777, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-5800 or email mc911@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I apply for a job with the county?

You may contact the Marion County Judge’s Office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Marion County Courts Complex, 105 S. Berry St., P.O. Box 545, Yellville, AR 72687, or call (870) 449-6231 or email mcjudge@yellville.net. You may also download this form and send it via snail mail or email to the addresses listed.

How do I assess my personal property?

Personal property assessments are executed by the Marion County Assessor’s Office in the Marion County Courthouse at 300 E. Old Main St., Yellville. Personal Property includes cars, trucks, boats, boat motors, trailers, ATVs and aircraft. Businesses are to assess their property as well. You are required by Arkansas state law to assess every year between Jan. 1 and May 31. Assessments after this time may incur a late assessment penalty. You may contact the Assessor’s Office by phone -- (870) 449-4113, fax (870) 449-6056 -- or email, glendatreat.mcassessor@gmail.com. You may also visit in person at the Courthouse from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

How do I pay my property taxes?

Property tax bills are usually mailed by the end of March and must be paid by Oct. 15 to avoid a penalty. Taxes may be paid with a check or credit card. Mail checks to the Marion County Collector, P.O. Box 590, Yellville, AR 72687, or visit the Collector's Office in the Courthouse from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. You may pay over the phone with a credit card by calling the collector at (870) 449-6253. If taxes are not paid, license tags cannot be renewed and penalties will accrue.

How do I obtain a marriage license and what are the requirements?

Visit the County Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse to obtain a marriage license from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The cost is $60, by cash or check, and the license is good for 60 days. No refunds. No witnesses are required in Arkansas. The license may be used anywhere in Arkansas but must be returned to the Marion County Clerk's Office to be recorded. However, there is no official in the courthouse to perform ceremonies. Legal marriage age in Arkansas is 18, but males age 17 or females ages 16 or 17 may be married with parental consent. Applicants 18 or older may present a valid driver's license or state-issued photo ID card showing their correct name and date of birth. A Social Security card or proof of a Social Security number is required, although a current passport may be used instead of a Social Security card. Applicants 18 or under must present a state-certified copy of a birth certificate. There is a waiting period of seven working days for those under 18. No medical or blood tests or proof of residency are required.