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Town Clerk (elected or appointed): The Municipal Clerk performs technical, administrative, and management work, and is responsible for overseeing various town functions in the following areas: municipal recordkeeping, registration of vital records, issuance of licenses and official documents.
The Clerk serves as presiding officer over conduct of local, state, and federal elections as well as a member of, and clerk to, the Montgomery Board of Civil Authority and Tax Abatement. This position is supervised by, and reporting to, the Chair of the Montgomery Selectboard.
⚠ This section will reflect Town Meeting Day election results soon.
|Elizabeth Reighley||Municipal Clerk|
|Genevieve Lodal-Guild||Asst. Municipal Clerk|
⚠ Due to COVID-19, some in-person services are available by appointment only. Read the latest COVID-19 update.
Asst. Municipal Clerk
P.O. Box 356
Montgomery Center, VT 05471
- ACH Authorization Agreement (Taxes)
- ACH Authorization Agreement (Water)
- Birth/Death Certificate Application
- Development Review Board Application
- Town Offices Appointment Request Form
- Water System Service Application
- Zoning Compliance Application
Licenses & Permits (a-z)
Public Property Rentals – Reserve municipal buildings for your community or nonprofit event.
DMV Express Portal – Access select Department of Motor Vehicles services without waiting in line.
VT Secretary of State Municipal Division – Everything you need to know about municipal government and local elections.
Licenses are due April 1st. Renewals will be accepted on the next business day if the 1st falls on a weekend.
Rabies Clinics occur annually in March: Notices for Montgomery and Berkshire clinics go out in February.
Elections & Voting
Vermont Election Results – Find primary and general election results as far back as 1789.
Register to Vote – Complete the Vermont voter registration process online.
My Voter Page – Find your voter registration and ballot status, as well as polling locations, elected officials, and more.
“Citizen’s Guide to Town Meeting” – A comprehensive guide to Vermont’s unique civic tradition.
Town Meeting Day occurs annually on the first Tuesday in March at the Town Hall.
Special Elections: Contact the Town Office for details. Physical copies of any special election notices are also posted at the Public Safety Building, Center Post Office, and the Village Post Office prior to all elections:
- Election warnings.
- Voter checklists.
- Sample ballots (if applicable).