Town Clerk's Office Hours
Monday-Thursday 8-3:30 and Friday 8-3
Summer Hours—Memorial Day thru Labor Day Monday – Thursday 8-3:30 and Friday 8-11:30
Phone: (518) 664-6148 EXT. 20
This form is used to reserve the pavilion at one of the Town parks. (excluding Browns Beach). Please complete the form and review the attached rules and regulations. Please present required fees and documents to the Stillwater Town Clerk’s office at the time of applying for permit.
Town residents that are in need of a permanent or temporary handicap parking permit may obtain one from our office. The NYS Department of Motor Vehicles application must be completed and returned to us. Part I is completed by the applicant and Part II is completed by the appropriate health care provider.
If you wish to purchase a hunting, big game, bow hunting or trapping license, please bring Sportsman Education Certificate or an old license with the stamp number on it. Seniors 70 and over may obtain a Senior Fish License for $5.00 or Senior Sportsman for $10.
Unspayed & Unneutered Dogs:$13.00
Spayed & Neutered Dogs:$6.00
The Local Fee of $2.50 is waived for all seniors 65 or older. Proof is required.To obtain a dog license, please bring proof of rabies and proof of spaying and neutering, if applicable.
A marriage license is good for 60 days, but the latest you may obtain one is 24 hours before the ceremony. Birth Certificates & Drivers Licenses are required (NO Exceptions) and also required is divorce papers, If applicable. We do request that you make an appointment prior to coming in for a marriage license.
Who is eligible to obtain a birth certificate copy?
The person named on the birth certificate, A parent of the person named on the birth certificate (requesting parent's name must be on birth certificate), Only by order of a New York State Court may a spouse, child or other persons obtain a copy of a birth certificate.
Who is eligible to obtain a death certificate copy?
The spouse, parent, child or sibling of the deceased. Other persons who have a: documented lawful right or claim, documented medical need or New York State Court Order
If the applicant is not the spouse, parent, child or sibling of the decedent, a lawful right or claim must be documented. An example of a lawful right or claim would be a death record needed by the applicant to claim a benefit. Documentation would consist of an official letter from the agency verifying that to process the claim they require from the applicant a copy of the requested death record.
Who is eligible to obtain a marriage certificate copy?
The spouses, Other persons who have a: documented judicial or other proper purpose New York State Court Order.
If the applicant is not a spouse, a judicial or other proper purpose must be documented. An example of a judicial or other proper purpose would be a marriage record needed by the applicant to claim a benefit. Documentation would consist of an official letter from the agency verifying that to process the claim they require from the applicant a copy of the requested marriage record.
Certificate of Residency forms can be obtained from the County of Saratoga website.