Contact the Town Clerk:
You can email any and all requests to the Croydon Town Clerk here. Our office hours are Mon-Weds, 12 PM - 6 PM.
Role & Purpose:
The role of a Town Clerk in New Hampshire is essential to the smooth functioning of the town's administrative processes. The Town Clerk serves as the hub of local government information and services, ensuring accessibility for all residents.
The Town Clerk is responsible for various tasks that keep the town running efficiently. One primary duty is maintaining vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, and property records. These records serve as important documentation for legal and historical purposes.
Another critical responsibility of the Town Clerk is overseeing elections. They coordinate voter registration, manage polling locations, and ensure the integrity of the voting process. This ensures that all eligible residents have the opportunity to participate in the democratic process equally and fairly.
Additionally, the Town Clerk handles licensing and permits, such as dog licenses. They provide assistance and guidance to residents who may need help understanding the requirements and procedures, making sure everyone can access town services.
Ultimately, it is the Town Clerk's role to make sure that important records are kept safe, elections are fair, and necessary licenses are issued correctly. They play a crucial role in ensuring that all residents can engage with and benefit from the town's services and resources and even help connect residents to resources available within the State.
If there is any other information you are looking for that you cannot find on this page please be sure to email me and I will add it when I am able.
|Paul Michael Freitas||Town Clerk||(603) 863-7830|
|Kristi Mckeon||Deputy Town Clerk||(603) 863-7830|