The Town Clerk’s Office is open Monday thru Friday 8:30AM-4PM unless otherwise announced. We appreciate if you call ahead for an appointment, face masks are no longer required.Land Records may be search the LR-1 website, currently dating back to mid 1982. Please call 496-5224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
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. For Dog Licenses: Please contact Reta Goss, Town Clerk at 802-496-2709.
Warren has a dog ordinance. Click Here to see the dog ordinance.
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<https://sos.vermont.gov/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 building usually in August and November. Check election information for date, time and place.
Effective July 1,2019, changes were made to the rules for obtaining birth and death certificates. Applicants must complete this application for a certified copy.
Or you can visit HealthVermont.gov for more information on vital records.
Effective July 1, 2022, if you are getting married in Vermont, you may obtain a marriage license from any Vermont town/city clerk; there’s no longer a requirement for Vermont residents to go to the Clerk’s office in the town where they reside.
You will need to complete a Marriage License Application, Civil_Marriage_License_06132012_E-form_Final_Secured and bring to the Town Clerk’s Office. We ask that the Marriage License Application is prepared ahead of time if possible, a completed form can be emailed to email@example.com for review. The cost of the license is $60.00 and an additional $10.00 of you would like a certified copy of the final Marriage Certificate.
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office is pleased to announce a new online Temporary Officiant Registration Portal. Users can navigate to the portal by clicking the “Temporary Officiant link at the top of every page of the Vermont Secretary of Sate Website. sos.vermont.gov/municipal-division/a-to-z-resource-index-search/marriage-temporary-officiants/
The new portal provided applicants with 24/7 online registration service. the full application process my be completed online, or application can be printed and mailed. the portal provides additional pertinent information and links for temporary officiants, including a guide to completing the Vermont Department of Health Civil Marriage Certificate.
If you have questions you can call the Town Clerk’s Office or refer to Getting Married in Vermont
Notary Public Services
We currently have notaries on staff; services are usually available during normal business hours but please call ahead for availability.