Town Clerk/Tax Collector
The office is closed on Election Days and for occasional holidays and training sessions, so please plan ahead to do your vehicle registrations.
The Dublin Town Clerk is responsible for Vehicle Titles and Registrations, Dog licensing, Marriage, Birth and Death Certificates and Marriage Licenses. The Town Clerk is an election official. Residents may go to the Town Clerk’s office to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, or to file their candidacy for office.
The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of property taxes, including current use, yield and excavation taxes and the issuance of tax bills and notices.
Low to Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief
- Are single with an adjusted gross income less than or equal to $20,000.
- Are married or head of a NH household with an adjusted gross income less than or equal to $40,000.
- Own a homestead subject to the State Education Property Tax.
- Resided in that homestead on April 1st of the year for which the claim for relief is made.
Please click the link above and scroll down for more information.
Dog licenses are due by April 30th of each year. Please click the link above and scroll down for more information.
Please remember to bring in an old registration for each vehicle when renewing your registration(s). Click the link above and scroll down for much more helpful information about registering your vehicle(s).
Copies of birth, marriage, death or divorce records are available to immediate family members only. Click the link above and scroll down for the application to request a certified copy of a vital record.
Click the link above and scroll down for a link that will direct you to the State's Wetlands Bureau website with forms and more information about Wetlands.
2014 part one bills have been mailed and are due on 7/2/2014. If you mail your payment and it is postmarked by the due date, it will be considered paid on time and no interest will be charged. Assessing or abatement questions should go to the Town Administrator or the Board of Selectmen.