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Results of Referendum Vote on July 22, 2014
YES 125 NO 35
YES 366 NO 156Passed overall by 300 votes. Click to read the question that was on the Ballot.
Results of the Republican Primary on August 12th - In Easton
FOR ONLINE DOG LICENSE RENEWALS - CLICK HERE
TO RENEW YOUR DOG LICENSE(S) ONLINE all you need is your LAST NAME AND CURRENT TAG NUMBER to access the system. If your pet’s rabies vaccination has been updated, you may upload a current rabies certificate. If you have a new dog, please visit the Town Clerk Office to register your dog(s). Online payment options include: check, debit, and credit through Official Payments Corporation.
TO OBTAIN A DOG LICENSE FOR A NEW DOG OR TO RENEW IN PERSON OR BY MAIL:
Please print out and complete the dog license application – Click Here
Complete Dog license information - Click Here.
If you have any questions, please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 203-268-6291 or email email@example.com
Town Clerks Office (P.O. Box 61)
225 Center Road, Easton, CT 06612
Phone: (203) 268-6291
Fax: (203) 261-6080
Town Clerk's Office Hours
Notary Public Services:Notary services are available in the Town Clerk's office. Monday through Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm.
The fee to have a document notarized is $5.00 per document.
Free to Easton residents.
You will be asked to provide valid (not expired) photo identification.
Please do not sign the document before having it notarized.
Please Note: Our office does not notarize wills or any document that will be recorded on the Easton Land Records
Town Clerk LinksMinutes of the 03-24-2014 Town Meeting
Minutes of 4-28-14 Annual Town Meeting
The Right to Farm Ordinance.
TOWN AND SCHOOL BUDGETS APPROVED AT REFERENDUM05-06-2014 Results from the 2014 Annual Budgetary Referendum
Absentee Ballot Applications can be downloaded from the State's Website by clicking here.
Connecticut Department of Revenue Services has downloadable tax forms available here. This includes the three booklets Form CT-1040; Form CT-1040EZ/Telefile and Form CT-1040 NR/PY - for nonresidents and part-year residents
The State Vital Records Office at the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) maintains a statewide registry of all births, marriages, civil unions and deaths that have occurred in CT since July 1, 1897.
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