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Town Clerk- Kerri A Parker, CTC, CDTC
41 Main Street 
Meredith, NH 03253
Phone (603) 279-4538 
Fax (603) 279-1042

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Hours of Operation: 8AM to 5PM Monday-Friday


Aquatherm Permits need to be filed with the Town Clerk's office before winter per RSA 270:34

 files/Town Clerk/Aqua-therm_Permit_form_DSSS88.pdf



Absentee ballots are not availble at this time.   Once The Secretary of State sets the Primary date, we should receive the ballots approximately 2 weeks after that.   If you wish to apply for an absentee ballot fill out the application indicating where to send the ballot.

files/Town Clerk/Absentee_Ballot_Application_2016_OFFICIAL.pdf




Due annually by April 30th
Fee Schedule: Altered (spayed/neutered) $6.50 Not Altered $9.00 Owners over 65 one dog for $2.00 A current rabies vaccination certificate and certificate of alteration must be presented when obtaining license. Dogs not licensed by April 30th will begin incurring late fees of $1.00 per month beginning June 1st of that year and continue until the dog is licensed.

REMINDERS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL - please send Last name, dog's name, and email address to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



 Permits to kindle fires out-of-doors are good for up to three days, beginning with the date of issue; seasonal permits for certain types of fires are also available. * Must show photo ID such as a driver's license.
* Must be at least 18 years of age.
* Must be a Meredith landowner or have written permission from the landowner.
* There is no charge for a fire permit; however, even with a valid permit, any damage caused as a result of a kindled fire becomes the obligation of the party responsible for kindling the fire.


Notary Public and Justice of the Peace services are available for a 5$ per page fee., contact the office for details.


Establishing Legal Residency
Welcome! Please stop by the office to say hello and to complete a residency application. Establishing Meredith as your legal residence is a requirement to register a motor vehicle in New Hampshire. Non-resident registrations are possible for property owners who primarily garage their vehicles in Meredith.

 *Property owners establishing legal residency: Complete residency application 
  *Renters establishing legal residency: Please present your lease or rental agreement or bring in a statement from the property owner verifying your residence and complete the residency application.


Motor Vehicle License Plates ALL registrations must be started in the the Town clerks office

License plates may be obtained from the Town Clerk for:
* vehicles under 26,000 lbs GVW
* trailers under 26,000 lbs GVW
* motorcycles

* Motor Vehicle RegistrationFees vary according to the make/model and year of vehicle.
   - In order to obtain a registration, please bring the following 
* Registration Renewal - bring the current registration or notice of renewal
* New Registration / New Vehicle or Used Vehicle from Dealership- bring Title Application (Blue copy Town Clerks) completed by the dealership
* New Registration / Private Sale - 2000 - title with transfer information filled in pre-2000- bill of sale and either previous owner's registration or blue VIN verification form "TDMV19A" (can be obtained at Town Hall)
* Transfer of Registration - bring in current vehicle registration

* Vital Records Copies (birth, death, marriage)
Fee Schedule:
First copy $15.00  each additional copy requested at same time $10.00 
You must have information on the name(s) of the party(s) involved, date of event, and supply your relationship to the subject(s) and a reason for the request 


If neither parties have been married before they need only bring a photo id.  If either party has been married before they need the copy of the official dissolution of marriage. (final divorce decree/death certificate) The application fee is $50 and is valid for 90days. Once the form is filled out by both parties, the clerk will enter the info into the State Vital Records system, a test copy is printed for the parties to check for accuracy and then an official license is issued.  The parties may order certified copies at the time they apply and once the marriage license is signed by the officiant, and returned to the clerk, Certified copies would be sent out.   The certified copies are $15 for the first $10 for any additional ordered at the same time.




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