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Town Clerk/ Treasurer/ Collector
Assistant Town Clerk
454 College Highway
Southwick, MA 01077
(413) 569-5504
(413) 569-0667
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Danielle Zering
Annual Election
May 9, 2017

Annual Town Meeting
May 16, 2017

Fishing & Wildlife License are now available for purchase online through DFW or click here for a list of active agents.

Transfer Station Stickers for FY2017 are prorated until June 30, 2017 and the 2016 Street Listing Books are now available for sell in the Town Clerk's Office.

Dog licenses, vital copies, municipal lien certificates, and transfer stickers are available to pay online. To avoid delays in fullfilling orders, please be sure to read the instructions for each item your paying for. Please return to the home page and click on "online bill payment" on the bottom of the screen.

The Town Clerk is the recorder of official town business.  The Clerk is responsible for the conduct of elections and is the executive member of the town’s registrar of voters, being responsible for the preparation, publication, and circulation of the town’s voter list.  The Clerk also issues and collects fees for licenses such as marriage licenses, sporting licenses, (hunting, fishing, and trapping), and dog licenses.

The Clerk records all votes passed at Town Meetings held during his/her term of office.  The Clerk administers the oaths of office to all town officers who apply to be sworn, and makes a record thereof and of the oaths of office taken before justices of the peace of which certificates are filed. Immediately after every annual election of town officers, the Clerk transmits to the state secretary a complete list of all town officers elected and qualified, and promptly reports to the secretary any changes in such officers.  Within seven days after the qualification of a constable, the Clerk makes return of his/her name to the Clerk of Courts and to the sheriff of the county.  The Clerk maintains an index of instruments entered with him/her that are required of by-law to be recorded, and records the date of reception, the names of parties and book and page on which each instrument is recorded.  The index is open to public inspection.

Town of Southwick, Massachusetts 454 College Highway, Southwick, MA 01077
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