Office Hours are Monday thru Friday 9 AM-4:30PM.
We observe the following holidays:
New Years Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Martin Luther King’s Birthday.
Within Our Office you can find:
The town clerk is responsible for the recording and maintenance of the land recordings, deeds and mortgages, property transfer returns reporting property sales, maps, tax records and we also maintain permits of sewer systems installed after 1983.
Dogs six months of age or older must be registered by April 1 of each year by bringing the animal’s latest Rabies certificate and a spaying/neutering certificate to the town clerk’s office. The cost is $9 for neutered/spayed animals; $13 for non-neutered/spayed dogs. $5 of each license fee goes to the state of Vermont. Warren has a dog ordinance. Click Here to see the dog ordinance. Please contact First Constable, Gene Bifano at 583-2839.
Residents may apply to be added to the Warren voter list. Applications should be prepared to produce some sort of identification. For more information visit Vermont Elections.
The annual town meeting is held the first Tuesday of March at the Warren elementary school. Other elections, State and Federal, are held either at the Warren town hall or the Warren municipal building usually in September or November. Check election information for date, time and place.
The price of a certified record is $10. We maintain records of birth, deaths, marriage and civil union licenses, back to 1798. Visit HealthVermont.gov for more information on vital records.
Notary Public Services
We currently have two notaries on staff; services are usually available during normal business hours.