Frequently Asked Questions - All FAQs
Dog licenses are good for one year and expire on the last day of the last month for which it is issued.
Dog licenses are not transferable. If the dog is given to a new owner then that owner must immediately license the dog in their name and receive a new tag.
Your dog must have proof of current rabies vaccination. If the vaccination expires the same month as the license renews you will need to get a new rabies vaccination before the Town Clerk can renew the license.
If your dog is spayed or neutered the fee to license your dog is $10.00. If your dog is not spayed or neutered the fee is $18.00.
If your dog should lose its license tag you will need to notify the Town Clerk and purchase a new tag for $5.00.
If you are 65 years or older you can license your spayed or neutered dog for $5.00 and if your dog is not spayed or neutered you can license it for $13.00.
You are given an appearance date at the time the ticket is issued and you are required to enter a plea by that date. If you do not return the ticket and you fail to appear before the Court, your driver's license will be suspended.
When you are assessed a fine or surcharge, the Court will direct you to make payment in full by a specific date. The Court accepts partial payments only upon request and approval by the Judge. If you pay by mail, include a self-addressed stamped envelope for the return of your receipt. If you do not pay your fines, your driver's license will be suspended.
Contact the Court immediately. Only the Court may grant adjournments. You are expected to find an alternative method to Court should you encounter any last minute problems such as your car not starting.
Only the Court Clerk may answer questions or take payments. If the Court Clerk is unavailable, you MUST attempt to contact the Court Clerk again. No other Town Employees can assist you in person or by telephone. The office is normally open but it is occasionally necessary to close or be closed without advanced notice.