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Welcome to the website for Marion, Massachusetts
Welcome to the website for Marion, Massachusetts
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Marion Town Seal
Town Clerk
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
Ray E. Pickles
Town Clerk
Assistant Town Clerk/Justice of the Peace
Address:
Marion Town House
2 Spring Street
Marion, MA 02738
Phone:
508-748-3502
Hours:
Monday-Thursday 8-4:30 pm
Friday 8-3:30 pm
Office is closed for Lunch: 11 to Noon
Marion Town House
Marion Town House
 
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Mission:
The Marion Town Clerk’s Office is committed to providing courteous and efficient service to all resident and non-residents alike, as well as, keeping the integrity of the Office.

The Town Clerk is the chief election official, recording official, registrar of vital records (births, deaths and marriages),and the public records official.

The Town Clerk’s Office issues state licenses and permits, including marriage licenses, business licenses (DBA’s) and renewals, dog licenses, fuel storage licenses, raffle/bazaar permits and requests for public documents.

The Town Clerk is responsible for all elections, census and voter registration, as well as overseeing the polling place and the conduct of all elections and elected related activity, and records all actions of Town Meeting. The Town Clerk records and certifies all official actions of the Town, including town meeting legislation and appropriations. The Town Clerk’s Office administers the oaths of office and maintains appointments and resignations of all Town Officials.


The Town Clerk's Office provides the following services:
  Records and maintains vital records (birth, death, and marriage)
 Marriage Intentions and Records
  Census Recordings
  Election Division
  Dog Licenses
  Genealogy
  Keeper of Committee Minutes
  Committee Attendance Keeper
  Raffle Permits
  Street List Maintenance
  Voter Registration
  Business Certificates
  Town General By-Laws
  Zoning Bylaws & Zoning Maps
 Planning Rules & Regulations
 Keeper of Town Seal


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