The Town Clerk’s office is often considered the doorway to local government and the primary provider of information to all resident and non-residents. The staff is committed to providing quality services to the community; to work cooperatively and in coordination with the varied departments and groups; to respond efficiently, accurately and speedily to all requests by Town Officials, Boards and members of the public as well as performing a myriad of tasks to achieve established goals and comply with federal, state and local statutes.
The Auburn Town Clerk serves the residents of Auburn as the official record keeper for Town Meetings, Vital Records and the Administrator of Elections including voter related activities. Records found in this office are:
Acceptances of State Statutes
Annual Town Reports
Birth, Death, and Marriage Certificates
Lists of Those Elected to or Appointed to Serve the Town of Auburn
Official Posting of All Public Meetings
Town by-Laws and Zoning by-Laws
Town Meeting Records
Zoning and Planning Board Decisions
This office issues a number of licenses:
Yard Sale Permits
The Town Clerk conducts the Annual Census and maintains the voter lists. The Town Clerk is the Administrator for all Federal, State and Local elections.
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The Town Clerk’s office provides Notary services. Residents seeking Notary Services should call the Town Clerk’s office prior to their visit to ensure that the Notary is available. The current fee is $1 per signature. Notary Services are available during the normal business hours by appointment only. A valid, government-issued photo identification is required of any customer seeking Notary Service. The document(s) CANNOT already have been signed nor dated. All signers must be present at the time of notarizing. If you document requires a witness(s), they must accompany you. The Notary is stating they have witnessed the document being signed. Notary Service is not available for deed, mortgages, wills, living wills, living trusts, codicils or depositions.