Nicole M. Begin
585-599-4892 Ext. 1
585-599-4892 Ext. 1
NOTARY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE
Registrar of Vital Statistics, Dog Licensing, Hunting & Fishing Licensing Agent
Hours: Monday – Friday ~ 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
|Marriage License $40.00||Land Separation $10.00|
|Certified Copies $10.00||Paper Copy of Zoning Law $10.00|
|GenealogicalSearch / Copies $6.00||Community Center Fees / Application|
|Public Hearing $50.00||Cemetery Fee Schedule|
WE CANNOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS AT THIS TIME
Dog License $5.00 spayed/neutered & $13.00 unspayed/unneutered
Proof of rabies vaccination & spay/neuter required
HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES
Please check out all that is offered at NYS DEC Website – http://www.dec.ny.gov/63.html
Conservation Licenses – Hunting and Fishing License fees set by state. Anyone wishing to purchase a hunting or fishing license over the internet can now do so. You do not need to be an existing customer.
Mandatory Hunter Education: A hunter education course is required for persons who cannot show proof that they have ever possessed a hunting license. The general course is a minimum 10 hours in length. DEC honors hunter education certificates and sporting licenses from all other states and countries.
• National Field Archery Association or National Bowhunter Education Foundation or International Bowhunter Education Program issued in 1974 or later in any state or country,
Marriage licenses are issued by the Town Clerk and must be obtained at least twenty four (24) hours prior to the ceremony and are valid for up to sixty (60) days. There is a $40 licensing fee for marriage licenses. Identification such as a driver's license and a birth certificate are required. Both parties must be present together in order to apply for a marriage license. If either party was previously married, a death certificate or divorce decree must be provided to the Town Clerk as evidence that the marriage has been legally dissolved. After the marriage ceremony is performed the completed license is returned to the Town Clerk by the official who performed the marriage. The Town Clerk will mail the Marriage Certificate directly to the couple.
Birth, Death and Marriage records are available as far back as 1882. The fee for Genealogical copies is $6.00. The Town Historical Society may have additional historical information and can be reached by phone at 585-599-4892 ext. 30 or writing to:
Pembroke Historical Association
All dogs in New York State must be licensed by the age of four (4) months. Proof of a current rabies vaccination is required. Spayed and neutered dogs are licensed at a reduced fee upon presentation of a veterinarian's certification. The license fees are $5.00 spayed/neutered & $13.00 unspayed/unneutered. The license is renewable annually. Unlicensed & Dangerous Dog Fines set by NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets.
All births that occur in the Town of Pembroke are filed with the Town Clerk and a birth certificate is issued. Our birth records date back to 1882. The fee for a certified copy of a birth certificate is $10.
All deaths which occur in the Town of Pembroke are filed with the Town Clerk. Death records date back to 1882. Certified copies are available to immediate family members for a fee of $10 per copy.
NOTARY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE
The Town Clerk and Assessor are available during regular business hours to notarize documents for Town residents. Photo identification must be presented and the person whose signature is to be notarized must sign the document in the presence of the Notary and must take an oath or make an affirmation as to the truthfulness of the information contained within the document. There is no charge for this service.
Handicap Parking Permits
The Town Clerk issues Temporary and Permanent Handicap Parking Permits. A Physician Form must be completed verifying that an individual is in need of a Handicap Parking Permit. This form or a letter from the physician on his or hers letterhead must be presented to the Town Clerk as well as a Government issued photo I.D. License plates are issued through the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles.
Freedom of Information Law
The Freedom of Information Law provides rights of access to records reflective of governmental decisions and policies that affect the lives of every New Yorker. However an agency does not have to create a new document in order to provide the individual the requested information.
A Records Access application is filled out by the individual requesting the information. If possible you should supply dates, titles, file designations, or any other information that will help find the requested records.
Within 5 business days of the receipt of written request for a record reasonable described, the agency must make the record available, deny access in writing giving the reasons for denial, or furnish the written acknowledgement of receipt of the request and a statement of the approximate date when the request will be granted or denied.
Copies - $0.25 per page
A fee for copy of other records may be charged based upon the actual cost of reproduction.
Obtaining Records via Email:
Click here to get a "PUBLIC INFORMATION REQUEST" fill-in form in PDF.
FOIL requests may be e-mailed: firstname.lastname@example.org or USPS mail or hand-delivered to:
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