SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: The municipal general election is Nov. 2, 2021. Anyone who is unable to make it to the polls Nov. 2 can call the city clerk’s office at 203-937-3535 to request an absentee ballot application. Residents can also vote at City Hall, 355 Main St.
Secure election drop boxes are conveniently located at:
City Hall, 355 Main St., handicapped entrance on side of building.
Surfside Senior Center, 200 Oak St.
John Prete Senior Housing, 1187 Campbell Ave.
Here are the legal reasons to take out an application:
Your active service in the U.S. armed forces.
Your absence from the city during all the hours of voting.
Your physical disability.
Your religion forbids secular (nonreligious) activity on that day.
Your required performance of duties as a primary, a referendum or an election official at a polling place other than your own during all the hours on that day.
Dog Licenses Dog license renewal offered online; penalty accrues after June 30
Dogs must be at least 6 months old and have an up-to-date rabies shot. A copy of a rabies vaccination and the fee — $8 for a neutered male/spayed female and $19 for a non-neutered male/non-spayed female — can be mailed to the city clerk. The dog license is mailed to the individual, saving a trip to City Hall. Licenses can be issued through the mail, if desired. New: Renew a dog license online at Dog License Renewal.