About the Clerk's Office

Nina Postupack, County Clerk

The Ulster County Clerk's Office acts as Custodian of the records for the County. We oversee records dating back to 1683 including deeds, mortgages, judgments, liens, maps, civil and criminal actions. Yearly, hundreds of people search, file and record land records, legal documents and court papers in the office.

Ulster County Clerk Appointment for DMV
**ULSTER COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY**

**PLEASE ARRIVE 10 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT** **YOU MUST HAVE YOUR CONFIRMATION NUMBER** **ALL FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT PRIOR TO ARRIVAL TIME** **IF YOU ARE LATE OR NOT PREPARED YOU WILL BE ASKED TO RESCHEDULE**

Click the link on the right side of this page to Make A DMV Appointment

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THE DMV BUS IS NOT IN OPERATION DUE TO COVID-19.

The County Clerk's Office Recording Department and Hall of Records are open

For more details about our reopening plans, visit our COVID-19 Website

Drivers licenses, registrations for automobiles and other motor vehicle transactions can be done on a daily basis. Motor Vehicle services are available in the County Office Building, Monday through Friday, or from our mobile bus that travels to five towns in Ulster County each week.

If you are interested in becoming a notary or obtaining a United States passport, applications and permits are available through the County Clerk's Office.

The Ulster County Clerk's Office is located in the Ulster County Office Building, 244 Fair Street, Kingston, New York. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. (845) 340-3288.

Meet the County Clerk

Nina Postupack started with the Ulster County Clerk’s Office in 1979 becoming Deputy County Clerk in 1982.  She served in the capacity of Chief Deputy County Clerk for fifteen years.  Upon the retirement of Albert Spada, she was appointed by Governor Pataki as Acting County Clerk.  She had the honor of being elected the 45th Ulster County Clerk and took office in January, 2006.

Click here to see a list of all the Ulster County Clerks, starting in 1671.