Town Clerk and Tax Collector/Registrar of Vital Statistics

Joann Collins

1210 Bradley Brook Rd
Earlville, NY 13332
The Town Clerk has a variety of responsibilities and tasks. The Town Clerk's office is frequently considered the center of the town government. It is not only the office which is responsible for recording activities of the town, but it is the central place in which are filed the documents and papers vital to the lives of the townspeople. The town clerk is an elected position and the clerk is in office for a two year term.

The Town Clerk issues birth and death certificates, birth and death transcripts and burial transit permits, and is responsible for keeping a permanent record of all births, deaths and marriages that occur within the town. The clerk acts as custodian of all permanent town records and maintains a record of adopted ordinances and local laws, oaths of office, resignations, proofs of publication and posting, annual budget, assessment tolls and fiscal reports.


As the Recording Secretary the Town Clerk keeps a permanent record of all Town Board meetings and public hearings. The Deputy Town Clerk keeps a record of Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals meetings.


The Town Clerk also issues many New York licenses and permits including marriage, conservation(hunting/fishing), and handicap parking.


The Town Clerk is also responsible for issuing dog licenses per the Local Law #1-10 "Licensing and Control of Dog in the Town of Lebanon". 


Hours of Operation:

Sunday - CLOSED


Tuesday 5pm - 7pm

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday 5pm-7pm

Friday - CLOSED

Saturday 9am - 12 noon

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