Merrimack County Clerk Office

Find Merrimack County New Hampshire clerk offices, including county, city, and circuit clerks, and clerks of court. Clerks provide information on public court records and legal documents, criminal, jail, and arrest records, marriage licenses, divorce, judicial, and probate records, businesses liens, notary services, real estate taxes and voter registration services.

Bow Town Clerk 10 Grandview Road Bow NH 03304 603-225-2683

Chichester Town Clerk 54 Main Street Chichester NH 03258 603-798-5808

Danbury Town Clerk 23 High Street Danbury NH 03230 603-768-5448

Dunbarton Town Clerk 1011 School Street Dunbarton NH 03046 603-774-3547

Epsom Town Clerk 940 Suncook Valley Highway South Epsom NH 03234 603-736-4825

Hill Town Clerk 30 Crescent Street Hill NH 03243 603-934-3951

Hopkinton Town Clerk 846 Main Street Hopkinton NH 03229 603-746-3180

Loudon Town Clerk 29 South Village Road Loudon NH 03307 603-798-4542

Merrimack County Clerk 32 Clinton Street Concord NH 03301 855-212-1234

New LondonTown Clerk 375 Main Street New London NH 03257 603-526-4046

Newbury Town Clerk 937 New Hampshire 103 Newbury NH 03255 603-763-5326

Northfield Town Clerk 21 Summer Street Tilton Northfield NH 03276 603-286-4482

Warner Town Clerk 5 East Main Street Warner NH 03278 603-456-2298

Webster Town Clerk 945 Battle Street Webster NH 03303 603-648-2538

Wilmot Town Clerk 9 Kearsarge Valley Road Wilmot NH 03287 603-526-9639

About Clerk Offices

What fees does a Clerk charge?

State law generally enables Clerks to recover a portion of their transactional costs, and some states regulate the fees that Clerks may charge. Most permits and licenses issued by Clerks carry a set fee. Land transaction filings typically carry a base fee plus an additional per page charge. It is common for Clerks to also charge a per page fee when providing copies of documents to the public.

Do Clerks collect taxes?

Clerks do not collect taxes. Tax collection is usually handled by a separate office established for that purpose. Some Clerk's Offices may accept tax payments as a convenience to the public.

What are the requirements to become a Clerk?

In some jurisdictions, the Clerk is an elected position, while in others the Clerk is appointed. Most Clerks have a college degree and at least some professional experience. Some counties and local governments require that the Clerk have or obtain a Certified Municipal Clerk designation.