The Town Hall is only able to accept cash and/or checks for payment.
Credit cards are not accepted.
You can register your vehicle in person at the Town Hall during regular business hours. Please refer to the temporary COVID procedure/guidance for registering vehicles. Registrations can be now be renewed by mail. Effective immediately: If you are registering a vehicle for someone else and you are not listed on the registration you must present a valid picture ID per the Department of Motor Vehicles. If you have the temporary COVID procedure document does not answer your questions, please contact the Town Clerk.
New Hampshire State Park License Plates
State Park license plates help keep our state beautiful and they allow free access to many NH State Parks! Please contact the Town Clerk to inquire about availability. Learn more about State Park License Plates »
State law RSA 466:1 requires that every owner or keeper of a dog four months old or older must have it registered, numbered, described, and licensed annually in the city or town where the dog is kept. According to the law, dog licenses are effective from May 1st through April 30th regardless of when they are obtained.
You can register your dog via the drop box at Town Hall. Learn more about what you need to bring and the cost on our Dog License page »
Town Clerk Hours
Currently, Town Hall is closed to the public due to Covid-19 concerns. Please use the drop box located on the front door of Town Hall to conduct your business. The Town Clerk can be reached via e-mail and/or phone, and will respond to your questions in a timely fashion.