Assumption Parish Clerk of Court
Welcome to the Assumption Parish Clerk of Court (APCC) Website. Assumption Parish, in the heart of Louisiana’s “Sugar Bowl”, is located about 60 miles west of New Orleans and 50 miles southeast of Baton Rouge. As is the case in most South Louisiana parishes, the early settlers were French. The courthouse was built in 1895 and the town of Napoleonville was named by a soldier who served under Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Clerk of Court is the parish recorder and Chief Election Official for the parish and Custodian of Voting Machines, Ex-Officio Member of the Jury Commission, and Ex-Officio Member of the Board of Supervisors. The clerk is the custodian of the land records, marriage licenses, civil, criminal and probate records.
The Clerk of Court’s office is self-sufficient and operates from the statutory fees it collects, not from taxes.
Darlene Landry and her staff welcomes you to stop by if we can be of any assistance to you.
We strive to continue to keep pace with the latest technology and is proud to offer an online search.