The Town Clerk's Office is committed to excellent customer service, responsible stewardship of the Town's archives, and upholding the principles of open government by providing access to the town's public records.
Annual Town Meeting is March 28, 2015, beginning at 10:00am in the Abbot School gymnasium (25 Depot Street)
All registered voters are invited and encouraged to participate
Visitors are always welcome to town meeting as observers.
Don't forget to license your dog by March 31st!
Beginning April 1st, add a $25 late fee per family for 2015 Dog Licenses.
Dog licenses are available from the Town Clerk's Office at the counter, by mail or online.
Vital Records may now be ordered and paid for online.
Winter Parking Ban: November 1 – April 1
Residents are reminded that a winter parking ban is in effect from November 1st until April 1st.
- On-street parking is prohibited for more than 1 hour between the hours of 1:00 am and 8:00 am or when snow operations are in effect.
- Vehicles that are illegally parked will be ticketed and may be towed at the owner’s expense if they interfere with snow removal operations.
- The Highway Dept’s informational brochure on snow and ice removal procedures is available online at:
The Governor and Council have certified the State Election results and now, having received at least 3% of the vote in statewide offices, United Independent Party and Green-Rainbow are political parties that will be holding primaries in 2016.
Become an Election Worker!
The Town Clerk's Office is looking for enthusiastic individuals who can work at the upcoming elections. If you are interested in this civic opportunity, please complete an Election Officer Profile and submit it to the Town Clerk's Office.