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Surry Tax Collector Website http://surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Surry Tax Collector webpage, including yearly tax commitment alpha and tax commitment by map.
Surry Town Board of Assessors' Office Website http://www.surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Surry Town Board of Assessors' Office webpage, including members, meeting schedule, schedule of assessor's agent, and appointments information.
Surry Town Clerk Marriage Records http://www.surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Surry Town Clerk marriage licenses webpage, including information on how to file.
Surry Town Clerk Website http://surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Surry Town Clerk webpage, including links to additional services and email address.
Town of Surry Contact Information http://surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Town of Surry directory of local facilities including contact number and hours for transfer station.
Town of Surry Vital Records http://www.surry.govoffice.com/index.asp View Town of Surry Birth and Death Certificates to gain a certified copy of the document.
Town of Surry Website http://www.surry.govoffice.com/ View Town of Surry general information page, including a local directory, hours, and contact information.
Surry Public Records are any documents that are available for public inspection and retrieval in Surry, Maine. There are many different types of records, including Surry birth records, criminal records, and business records. Many Public Records are available at local Hancock County Clerks, Recorders, and Assessors Offices.Learn about Public Records, including: