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  • Are you new to town?
  • Do you have a new vehicle registration?
  • Vital record requests
  • Marriage licenses

 

YOU MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT.

To make an appointment with the Town Clerk, please click HERE 

(any election related interactions with the Town Clerk DO NOT need an appointment) 

If you need to renew an existing registration, you may use the E-REG Link above to do so. 

You may also do so by mail.  Your renewal notice will provide instructions.  

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

April 23, 2020 - The NH DMV has extended the expiration date of previously issued 20- day plates see the full press release HERE

March 18th, 2020 - the NH DMV is transitioning to appointment only services at limited locations starting Monday March 23rd. See the press release HERE

March 17, 2020, the NH DMV made available registration extensions for 20-day plates and license extension options for customers who would prefer to not come in to a DMV location see the press release HERE

 

 

All Town Clerks are elected and must live within the town in which they serve. The duties of the Town Clerk are varied and are governed by State of New Hampshire RSA's and Administrative Rules.  They are also required to interact directly with many of the Town's Departments, Boards, and Commissions.

more duties & responsibilities

 

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Lorraine (Lori) Anderson Town Clerk
Alana Kenney Deputy Town Clerk
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