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Wed. - 8:30AM to 7:00PM
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Town Clerk
Assistant Town Clerk
100 Peck Street
Seekonk, MA  02771
Mon, Tues, Thurs: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wed: 8:30am - 7:00pm
Fri: 8:30am - 12:00noon
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Greetings from the Town Clerk's office.
Think Spring......

The Annual Town Election will be held: April 2, 2018 7am - 8pm.
All precincts vote at the High School gymnasium located at 261 Arcade Ave.

Absentee ballots are now available you can vote at the Town Hall if you are going to be away or unable to make it to the polls.

Below is a list of the postions and the candidates who are running and the ballot questions.

For Three Years
PAUL K. BUCKLEY, Candidate for Re-election
For Three Years Vote for Two~
DAVID F. VIERA, Candidate for Re-election~
DAVID S. PARKER, Candidate for Re-election~
For Five Years Vote for One~~
For Three Years Vote for Two~
SHARON M. CONNORS, Candidate for Re-election
For Five Years Vote for One
Phoebe Lee Dunn, Candidate for Re-election
For Four Years Vote for One~~
For Three Years Vote for Two~
For Three Years Vote for One~

“Do you agree with locating the M114, Howitzer Cannon that is on permanent loan from the Massachusetts Army National Guard, on the grounds of the Veterans Memorial Park, 400 Newman Avenue, adjacent to the Seekonk Public Library?”

Yes or No

Shall the Town approve the charter amendment proposed by the Town Meeting summarized below?

The November 13, 2017 Fall Annual Town Meeting voted to amend Article 3, Section 2 of the Charter. Currently, this section of the Charter prohibits an elected official from holding any other elected office. The amendment, if approved by the voters, will allow an elected official to also serve on a G.L. c43B elected Charter Commission.
Yes or No

Cable 9 and the library will be hosting events to help you to know the candidates better.

The Annual Spring Town Meeting will be held on: May 14, 2018
 7pm at the High School auditorium 261 Arcade Ave.

State Primary September 4, 2018

This office has started the process of certifying nomination papers for the state primary being held on September 4, 2018. Yes, the day after Labor Day. So far we have received nomination papers for Steven S. Howitt who is running for re-election as Representative in General Court in the Fourth Bristol District. Nomination papers for the primary must be in by May 1, 2018 by 5pm.  

State Election November

Update on the the 2018 Annual Street List/Census:

Thank you to everyone who has mailed in or dropped off their census. If you have not yet dropped it off please do so as it helps keep our records current in this office.  There are multiple ways to return it: Mail it back to the Town Clerk's office or drop it off at the listed locations.

Town Clerk's office, Town Hall drop box (outside Town Hall's front door), Seekonk Sr. Center (540 Arcade Ave.) Seekonk Public Library (410 Newman Ave). Or you can scan it in and email to: fcraig@ or 

Update on the Dog License's

Please remember DOG TAGS EXPIRE ON MARCH 31, 2018. Late fee are imposed starting June 1, 2018. You can come to the Town Clerk's office to renew your dog's license or you can mail in the form a with a check and we will send the dog tag back to you in the mail. Please remember to send us a self address stamped envelope.
(One stamp per dog)

        Top 3 Reasons to license your dog
        1. To control/prevent the spread of rabies
        2. Easy identification to return lost dogs to their owners
        3. IT'S STATE LAW

Absentee Ballot applications are available in our office or on our web-site. If you want to be put on the permanent
absentee ballot mailing list please fill out the form and check off "For all elections". If you know you will be out of Town for
a certain election you can request an absentee ballot several weeks before an election.

FYI about Birth Records
Please note that if your child was born in Rhode Island we will not have a record of your childs birth. You must go to the city or town where your child was born and they will have the birth certificate, even if you live in Seekonk. For example if your child was born at Women & Infants Hospital and the hospital tells you Seekonk will have it, we do not. Providence City Hall /Vitals Dept. will have it. That number is (401) 222-2811.

We realize that several internet sites have us listed as providing passport support but we do not. That service was discontinued 5 or 6 years ago. We apologize if the internet direct you to us, we have tried to get this removed with little success. That being said if you need passport information go to:
this site has all the information you need to either renew or get a new passport.    

The Seekonk Town Clerk serves the residents of Seekonk through its function as official record keeper for:
Town Meeting, Vital Records, Administration of Elections and all voter related activities. 
Records found in this office are: Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, Marriage Licenses; Zoning Decisions; Town Meeting Records; Annual Town Reports and Special Reports to Town Meeting; Elections and lists of those who have served the Town of Seekonk in elective or appointive office.
This office also issues: Marriage licenses, Dog licenses, DBA certificates, Yard sale permits.
The Town Clerk  maintains records of amendments to the Town By-Law, and Zoning By-Law and references to accepted State Statutes.
This office accepts the required postings for all public meetings.
The Town Clerk conducts the Annual Census and maintains the voter lists.  The department conducts all Federal, State and Local elections.
The office attempts to respond efficiently, accurately and speedily to all requests by Town Officials, Boards and members of the public.
Our office welcomes inquiries from all citizens seeking assistance/information in relation to services provided by the Town of Seekonk.  The staff will assist in redirecting your questions to the appropriate department. 

~ Mission Statement ~
It is the mission of the office of the Town Clerk to be a primary provider of information and quality services to the community and to work cooperatively and in coordination with the varied departments and groups while performing a myriad of tasks to achieve established goals and comply with state and local statutes

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