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New Hampshire (NH) does not require a blood test. A NH issued license is only valid in NH. You may take your license with you after completing the application, and it will remain valid for 90 days. Make sure to bring 2 forms of identification such as a birth certificate or passport, and your driver's license. If this isn't your first marriage, you must provide a final or absolute divorce decree or annulment, or certified death certificate. Please note that you should plan to arrive at the Town Clerk's Office at least a 45 minutes before our closing time to obtain your license, as it will take some time to complete the paperwork. The cost for the license is $50.
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No, you can obtain beach stickers right at the Town Beach on Cobbetts Pond Road. You must show proof of residency and the cost is free.
You can find that information right on your registration. If you look at the upper right hand corner of your registration, you will find the State fees and then right below, on the bottom right hand corner, you can find the local fees. If you are listed on the registration, you can also come into the office during normal business hours, and we can pull the record. Please make sure to bring your photo ID.
Yes! As of January 2015, we happily accept all major credit cards. Please note that there is a 2.79% fee in addition to your registration cost. These fees go directly to our third party processor and are not retained by the Town. Please be aware that these convenience fees cannot be refunded.
Yes, we usually hold them on the last Saturday of either March, April, or May. Look for advertising in the local newspapers and on the website.
The only transaction that you may process for another person is a renewal of registration. All other transactions i.e. transfers, new registrations, plate changes, duplicate registrations, and decal changes need to be completed by primary owner only. There are additional forms that need to be signed while processing these transactions, and a signature of the primary owner needs to authorize the transaction. If the primary owner can't conduct the transaction, they will need to fill out a notarized Power of Attorney Form (PDF) for motor vehicle purposes only.
Monday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
You can find that information on the EReg Estimates page.
Yes, we have several Notaries during normal business hours. If you see a line at the Town Clerk's office, and want the Notary Service, keep in mind that there is a Notary in the Assessing office, and also at the Community Development Department.
Dog licenses, which are required by State statue, expire on April 30 of each year. To register or renew your dog license, you will need to bring proof of rabies vaccination. Fees are based on whether the dog is neutered/spayed or not. Senior owners (65 and older) are eligible for a reduced licensing fee.
Not always. Residents have 3 options for renewing their vehicle registrations:
1) Register online via the E-Reg website.
2) By mail utilizing the renewal notice you received from our office. Return the notice with 1 check made payable to Town of Windham, along with a self-addressed stamped business envelope, and we will mail your updated registration back to you.
3) Coming in to the office during normal business hours.
All new motor vehicle registrations must be started in person at the Town Clerk’s office, by the owners listed on the title or current registration. We can process any necessary title paperwork and hand you your new plates and registration. Please note that some registrations (i.e. veteran plates and temporary plates) must be completed with the State of New Hampshire.
Congratulations! Your baby's original birth certificate can be issued by us as long as your baby was born in New Hampshire (NH). If your child was born out of state, you will then need to obtain the birth certificate in that particular town. If your child was adopted, and you live in NH, then you must obtain your birth certificate at the Vital Statistics office in Concord, NH.
There are three ways to register to vote in Windham:
1) You may register at the Town Clerk’s during regular business hours up to 6-10 days before the election. Be on the look out for the Supervisor of the Checklist meetings for exact dates and times.
2) You may register with the Supervisors of the Checklist during one of their posted sessions.
3) You may register at the polls the day of the election.