• Five consecutive years Ivey received the Texas Department of State Health Services 5 Star Award for Excellence in Vital Registration in the State of Texas.


  • Digitizing land records from 1854 to the present and making them available to the public via the Internet

  • Establishing a new land records recording and imaging system and making those images available to the public via the Internet

  • Improving e-recording processes and increasing recording documents from 30% to 65% to save time and postage and making those documents available to the public via the Internet

  • Completing records preservation projects such as probate records from 1854 to 1950, Handwritten Commissioners Court Minutes back to 1854, and various Birth and Death records between 1885 and 1928

  • Installing a new Commissioners Court software package making Commissioners Court Minutes searchable online

  • Successfully implemented the State mandated civil court e-filing system including staff re-assignments along with work space improvements

  •  Strengthening efficiency in the Burleson office by providing a separate clerk for passport applications, marriage licenses and assumed names


  • Installing a public access workstation in the Burleson office for researching deeds and land record information, which will expand as services and space become available

  • Expediting the file and return of marriage license for military personnel and others in the Burleson office

  • Having a staff dedicated to providing the best service possible to the citizens of Johnson County




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