Assistant Town Clerk
Email: [email protected]
Office hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (no appointment necessary)
Tunbridge and Chelsea’s annual Rabies Clinic will be held on March 25, 2023, from 9 a.m. until noon at the Chelsea Town Hall – vaccinations are $20. You may also license your dog at the event, whether or not a vaccination is needed.
The annual Town Meeting was held on Tuesday, March 7, 2023. Follow this link to see the Warning. Click here to read or download the Town Report. Follow this link to see a recording of the meeting and click here to read the minutes.
ARPA Funds Distribution
The Town of Tunbridge is accepting applications until January 1, 2023, for the distribution of ARPA funds. Follow this link for the application form.
The ARPA Funds Application due date has been postponed to January 16, 2023. A letter of intent is due by the original January 1, 2023, deadline. Please email, mail or drop off in person your letter of intent and applications no later than 2 pm on their respective due dates. Email Mariah Cilley, Administrative Assistant to the Selectboard with any questions at [email protected].
Click here to see video and notes from the Sept. 21 and Nov. 15 informational meetings.
Tunbridge results from the General Election on Nov. 8, 2022:
Prop 2: Yes- 570 No- 84
Prop 5: Yes- 513 No- 161
U.S. Senate: Gerald Malloy- 223 Peter Welch- 473
Representative to Congress: Becca Balint- 416 Liam Madden- 216
Governor: Phil Scott- 507 Brenda Siegel- 175
Lieutenant Governor: Joe Benning- 320 David Zuckerman- 359
State Treasurer: H. Brooke Paige- 274 Mike Pieciak- 424
Secretary of State: Sarah Copeland Hanzas- 439 H. Brooke Paige- 264
Auditor of Accounts: Doug Hoffer- 445 Rick Morton- 251
Attorney General: Charity Clark- 418 Michael Tagliavia- 278
State Senator: John Klar- 297 Mark McDonald- 416
State Representative: John O’Brien- 566
Probate Judge: Kathryn A.C. Kennedy- 564
Assistant Judge: Laurel Mackin- 465 Joyce McKeeman- 386
States Attorney: Dickson Corbett- 522
Sheriff: Bill Bohnyak- 312 George C. Contois- 357
High Bailiff: Bob Worley- 507
Justice of the Peace:
Gordon Barnaby- 428
Amy Frost- 328
Marsha Higgins- 399
Rob Howe- 444
John O’Brien- 409
Helen O’Donnell- 337
Margaret Rogers- 362
Frequently asked questions and answers
How do I get dump tickets? You can get them a multitude of ways! Monday-Friday from 8-12 you can get them from our Treasurer in the Town Offices. Monday thru Thursday you can get them from the Town Clerk’s Office from 8-2. You can leave payment and your return address in the drop box outside of the Town office and the tickets will be mailed to you. You can get them at the Library on Saturday’s from 9-12 (checks only). You can also mail payment to PO Box 6, Tunbridge VT and they will be processed and mailed back to you. You can also order them online via this link.
Can I get something notarized? Yes! Monday through Thursday the Town Clerk’s office will be open from 8-2 for all your notary needs. One of our listers is also a notary and she is available Tuesdays and Friday’s from 9-3. Please call the listers office 889-3571 to make an appointment with her.
How do I license my dog? Drop your dogs current rabies certificate, name, payment, and your return address in the drop box outside the Town Office. $9.00 per spayed/neutered dog and $13.00 per unspayed/unneutered dog until April 1st. After April 1st the fee increases to $11.00 and $17.00 respectively. Dog licenses are due April 1st of each year.
How do I register to vote? The best way is to set up your Voter Page through the State Elections System. Go to mvp.vermont.gov to sign up and register to vote. If this option isn’t available, call 889-5521 to set up an appointment to come into the office to register to vote in person.
How do I request absentee ballots? The best way to request an absentee ballot is online on your My Voter Page. Log in at mvp.vermont.gov. Alternatively, you can email me or leave a message with your name, birthday, and address where you’d like your absentee ballots to be mailed. If you are requesting absentee ballots for someone else, be sure to include their name, mailing address and birthday, as well as your name.
Applications for downloading
- Application for Certified Copy of Vermont Birth or Death Certificate
- Application for Vermont License of Civil Marriage
- Application for Certified Copy of Vermont Marriage or Divorce or Civil Union Dissolution Certificate
Town Clerk information
Please keep up to date with all of the Town Clerk’s public service messages. The Clerk will provide information regarding dog licensing, voting, voter registrations, poll hours and locations, town vault accessibility. If you require contact with the Clerk please contact her at the info above.