City Clerk

2016 Election Results to date:

For your convenience, a drop box for payments of taxes and other municipal payments after hours is located at the rear of the City Hall to the left of the doors.

A reminder: The City Clerk and Treasurer are now separate positions.
  1. City Council

    The City Council is the legislative body of the community responsible for developing policies and ordinances that preserve and protect the health, safety, and welfare of all our residents.

  2. Dog Licenses

    Browse information about dog licensing requirements and city and state laws.

  3. Elections

    View details about voting districts, voter registration, ballot measures, and running for city office.

  4. Land Records

    Here you can get access to indexed information for land records and other recorded information maintained by the City Clerk’s Office without traveling to each Town Clerk’s Office.

  5. Marriage Licenses

    Find a Justice of the Peace and access the Vermont Application for License for Marriage.

  6. Online Payments

    Use the online system to make payments for parking tickets, taxes, water/sewer, and other city bills and fees.

  7. Property Taxes

    Gather appeal instructions and view the tax appeals handbook.

  8. Small Business Licenses

    Learn how to apply for business related licenses and view the fee schedule.

  9. Vital Records

    View birth, death, and marriage records and learn how to receive a certified copy.