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Completing an absentee ballot application and absentee ballot: Please see the "how-to" video below
The Town Clerk’s office provides information regarding land records, including but not limited to deeds, mortgages, assignments, probate and maps. The Town Clerk is the Registrar of Vital Statistics. Birth, marriage and death records are kept by the Town Clerk’s office. Military Discharge are also retained here. The office issues marriage licenses, dog licenses, sporting licenses, liquor permits and trade namecertificates. The Town Clerk also acts as the Clerk of the Town Council, keeping agendas, minutes and schedules of the meetings and keeps current membership rosters of Town Boards and Commissions and Committees. Oaths of Office are administered to the Town Council members as well as the Town’s Justices of the Peace, Notary Public,Constables, Police and Fire Department personnel and Board and Commission members.
The Wethersfield land records index is searchable online. from October 1991 to present. A subscription is required to view and print documents online. Subscription fees are $125.00 for 1 month or $250.00 for 6
months. All land records can be accessed in the office. Copies of documents are $1.00 per page.
Absentee ballots are issued by the Town Clerk’s office. This is a two step process that requires completing and submitting an absentee ballot application. Once the application has been submitted and verified, a
ballot can be issued. All absentee ballots have to be received by 8:00 PMon Election Day, in order for the vote to count.
The Town Clerk’s office provides notary services to the general public for a $5.00 fee each time the notary seal is used. Current photo identification is required.
The Town Clerk’s office accepts cash or check only. NO credit or debit cards are accepted at this time.
Listing files in 'Town Clerk Documents'
Sue Schroeder, Town Clerk
Lynn Schiessl, Asst. Town Clerk
Debra Hammer, Asst. Town Clerk
Address: 505 Silas Deane Highway
Phone: (860) 721-2830
Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.