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The Town Clerk's office no longer sells fishing or hunting licenses. To find out how to obtain one, please visit https://www.dec.ny.gov/permits/365.html.
The office is open for assistance Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and reopens from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., closed on holidays.
You and your healthcare provider can complete the application form MV-664.1. If the doctor gives a prescription slip with diagnosis, the form can be filled out at our office for issuance of permit.
You also can have your healthcare provider complete a statement on their letterhead. The statement must describe the disabling condition and verify that the disability qualifies according to the law. Bring the form or statement to our office.
If you have a New York driver's license, you will also need to present the license when obtaining the permit at the office.
A mail-in form can be picked up at either the town clerk’s office, on the table outside our office in the hallway or online on the Albany County web site. The form is to be completed and mailed to Albany County Board of Elections at the address specified on the form.
The application form can be picked up at either the town clerk’s office, on the table outside our office in the hallway or online on the Albany County web site. The form is to be completed and mailed to Albany County Board of Elections at the address specified on the form.
Please visit the Albany County Board of Elections website or call their offices at 518-487-5060 for the most current information.
The person wishing to obtain a certificate of residency must provide proof of residency one year in New York State and six months in Albany County. The proof can be a New York driver’s license issued more than one year ago, car registration issued more than one year ago, high school transcript, bank statement, or other proof. One form should be a picture identification.