D. Kent Young
9 West Jamaica Road
Stratton, VT 05360
Office Hours: Mon. - Thurs. 9am to 3pm
Assistant Town Clerk:
This office does not process Vehicle Registrations. For further information visit the
VT Department of Motor Vehicles
This office does not process Hunting or Fishing licenses. For further information visit Vermont Fish and Wildlife
Businesses: Businesses may require licensing through the State. Property owners who currently rent or intend to rent out a room or rooms short-term (i.e. to skiers), please note that new laws exist which may affect you. Visit the business section at State Permits for further details.
Land Records (Deeds, Mortgages, Liens, etc.) are recorded by Towns in VT. Fees are $15.00 per page.
Property Transfer Tax Returns must be filed with all Deeds. (Click here for more information about PTTRs.) (For the PTT-172 form click here) Then click on "File a Return" Then in "Select which account type you wish to file for" - select "Property Transfer" and complete the form in accordance with instructions.)
Vermont Government Website
Vermont Statutes Online
VT Dept. of Liquor ControlBlank Applications can be found here (click here).
Notary Public Application (Click here)
For Election information, please see the "Calendar of Events" Page.
Absentee Ballot Request form
(If you wish to vote absentee, one option is to print out this form, complete it and send it to the Town Office)
Reminder: Dog License Renewals are due by April 1st each year.
Dog Licensing (Click here)
Marriage Licenses: Out-of-State applicants can obtain a license from any Town in the State and the marriage can be performed anywhere in the State. Licenses are recorded in the Town where the License was issued. At least one party must visit the Town Office to show adequate identification, sign and obtain the license, during normal business hours (M-Th 9-3) - both applicants must first have signed an application. The Clerk can also supply names of local Justices of the Peace, who can perform the ceremony. For an application (click here). For guidelines (click here). For additional guidance for Temporary or Out-of-State Officiants (click here).
Vital Records: On July 1, 2019 new laws went into effect regarding the issuance of vital records. For information concerning this issue (click here).
Voter Registration: Vermont's Elections Management Platform - This site allows potential new voters to register to vote online at http://olvr.sec.state.vt.us
Voters can also view their information at "My Voter Page" by activating an account at http://mvp.sec.state.vt.us
2019 Biennial Purge of the Voter Checklist:
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