The Town Clerk acts as the Town's chief election official, registrar of vital statistics (births, marriages, and deaths), keeper of public records, recording officer, and licensing officer. The Clerk works with the Board of Registrars to oversee polling places and the general conduct of all elections.
The Clerk maintains records of adopted regulations, bylaws, oaths of office, appointments and resignations. The office issues state licenses and permits, including marriage, dog and cat licenses. You can also register to vote at the Clerk's Office. Copies of all Town regulations and bylaws are available in this office.
The Town Clerk's Office responds to inquiries from the public, serves as the central information point for the Town, and is responsible for conducting the Annual Census. The Town Clerk is an elected position with a three-year term.
The office is located at the Town Hall Annex, which is across the street from the Public Library and adjacent to the Daniel Webster Inn.