Welcome to Overton County
The Overton County Website provides easy access to community information.
Take a few minutes to look through the menus and get familiar with the information available there.
Visiting Planning a trip to Middle Tennessee?
Go to the Visiting Section for quick connections to the many attractions in Overton County.
Living Need to verify a fact?
Use the Library link to connect directly to the Overton County Library.
Want information about local cities and towns?
Click on Communities and connect to local municipal websites.
Need to contact your child's school?
Go to County Schools for a quick reference.
Looking for the local Emergency Room?
Click on Healthcare for a list of local providers.
Thinking about going into business?
Use Business Resources for a quick start.
Get in touch with local businesses?
Find a listing under Major Corporations.
Get aquainted with local business owners?
In Chambers of Commerce.
Visit the County Clerk page to discover where you can obtain a marriage license and see a sample form.
Filing a Lawsuit?
Click on Circuit Court Clerk to see how it is done.
Need help with Property Taxes?
Go to the Clerk and Master or the Trustee page for guidance.
Use this site to access deeds, property tax, motor vehicle, court and other information normally only available with a trip to the courthouse. Land Records may be searched through a third party subscription service linked from the Register of Deeds page for a small fee. Several forms and informational guides pertaining to county fee structures, marriages, notices of completion, court costs and rules of court may be downloaded from this site to either view or print from your home computer. Other services and forms are under development by government and commercial organizations and will be accessible from the pages they relate to as these services become available.
This Agency is the recipient of taxpayer funding. If you observe an agency director or employee engaging in any activity which you consider to be illegal, improper, or wasteful, please call the state comptroller's toll free hotline: