Town Clerk

The Town Clerk's Office is responsible for recording, filing and securing of all land evidence records and vital statistics.  In addition to filing and recording all land evidence, it also is responsible for the collection of all municipal fees and state conveyance taxes with property transfers.

The Town Clerk’s purview over vital statistics includes issuing marriage licenses and recording marriage, birth and death certificates.  The office also issues state and local permits, including dog licenses, hunting and fishing licenses, yard sales, trade name certificates and business licenses.

The Town Clerk's Office and the Board of Canvassers are  responsible for the administration and direction of all elections and referenda.  Town residents may register to vote through the Clerk’s office or with the Secretary of the State.

The Town Clerk is the clerk for the Town Council, Probate Court, Board of Canvassers, and Municipal Court.

Individuals obtaining marriage licenses and copies of vital records documents (birth, marriage, death) must request them no less than 30 minutes prior to the office closing time.
 

The Town Clerk's Office is responsible for all of the areas described below. Please contact this office if you have questions or requests involving these services and responsibilities.

ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS click HERE.

FOR MINUTES AND AGENDAS click HERE.

(Minutes and Agendas before October 31, 2015, please click HERE.)