Jeff Cole, Anderson County Clerk • 100 North Main Street, Room 111 • Clinton, TN 37726 • 865-457-6226

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The Anderson County Clerk’s office, inside the Clinton Courthouse, will be closed on Thursday, August 6th. This closure is taking place since the Anderson County Commission voted to close the Courthouse to the general public due to Thursday being an Election Day.

If you need the County Clerk’s services on Thursday, August 6th, please know that our Clinton Drive Thru, our Oak Ridge Office & Drive Thru as well as our Norris office will still be open. You can also use the kiosk outside our Oak Ridge Office, email us, call us or visit our website.
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The Anderson County Clerk’s office, inside the Clinton Courthouse, will be closed on Thursday, August 6th. This closure is taking place since the Anderson County Commission voted to close the Courthouse to the general public due to Thursday being an Election Day.

If you need the County Clerk’s services on Thursday, August 6th, please know that our Clinton Drive Thru, our Oak Ridge Office & Drive Thru as well as our Norris office will still be open. You can also use the kiosk outside our Oak Ridge Office, email us, call us or visit our website.
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Welcome from County Clerk Jeff Cole

Anderson County Clerk, Jeff Cole is a lifelong resident of Anderson County.  After graduating from Clinton High School, he attended Carson Newman College, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management, plus he is a Certified Public Adminstrator from the University of Tennessee and is a graduate of UT’s Local Government Leadership Program.  He resides in Clinton with his wife, Carol Rose, of Rockwood.  They have one son, Dallas Aaron.

Jeff is a member of Second Baptist Church, where he is a Sunday school teacher.  He is also a member of the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce, the Rocky Top Chamber of Commerce, and is on the Board of Directors of the County Officials Association. Jeff was also President of the County Clerk Association of Tennessee in 2015-2016, and has been voted “County Clerk of the Year” by the Tennessee State Association of County Clerks. In 2008, Jeff was voted “Best Local Politician” by the readers of Clinton Courier News.

Anderson County History
In December 1801 Anderson County was created from parts of Knox and Grainger Counties. The county was named after Joseph Anderson, a prominent U.S. senator and former territorial judge in Knoxville. The first seat of government in Anderson County was Burrville, named after Vice-President Aaron Burr.