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The Town Clerk keeps Vital Records for all births, marriages and deaths that occur in the town, as well as those events that involve those people who were/are residents of York but gave birth, got married or died elsewhere in the State of Maine. A Maine state law became effective on July 12, 2010 that requires both an application process to acquire certified copies of Vital records as well as an increase in fees. Mail a request for a certified copy (PDF) of a birth, marriage or death record, if you want to be prepared when you come to our office.
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Learn how to get a marriage license: NOTE: TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE IS CLOSED ON FRIDAY, JULY 5, 2019
We accept cash or checks only.
Only Town of York residents and property owners are entitled to beach stickers. Residents need to bring or mail a copy of the registration to the car(s) they want to put the parking sticker(s) on. The stickers are vehicle specific. Property owners need to bring or mail a copy of the registration to the car(s) they want to put the parking sticker(s) on.
In addition, they need to bring or mail a copy of their tax bill (this can be confirmed on our computer). If the property is in the name of a trust, proof of trusteeship is required. If the vehicle is leased, bring a copy of the lease agreement showing the lessor's name. Stickers are $40 each, $20 each for senior citizens. You can have a parking sticker for every car that you have registered.
Learn what you need to bring on the Register a Car page.
This office only registers/re-registers recreational vehicles for York residents.
The State of Maine offers the sale of Sporting licenses and Recreational Vehicle registrations through their website.
Bring the most recent rabies certificate from the Veterinarian. This must include the rabies tag number and the date of expiration.
Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to an election. During that period you can:
All Absentee Ballots must be in the hands of the Election Official by the close of the polls on Election Day in order to be counted.
Complete a voter registration card in the Town Clerk’s office and submit to the Registrar of Voters (also in the Clerk’s office). At that time you will need to provide a Maine Driver’s license with your York address and two utility bills that show your name and physical address as proof of residency.