|Dan Campbell and Amanda Lynch|
|Hours:||TBD: Hours flexible - call or email town clerk for appointment
Call the Municipal Assistant for urgent requests
|Phone:||(413) 774-4111 Ext. 3|
|Address:||7 Brattleboro Rd. Leyden, MA 01301|
The Town Clerk is elected for three years and is primarily in charge of recording votes, issuing licenses and permits, collecting vital statistics, and serving as recording officer and custodian of valuable municipal records. The clerk issues birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, and burial permits. The Town Clerk is also in charge of issuing dog licenses and business licenses for the town.
In addition, the Town Clerk oversees all elections and preparation of ballots, records and certifies all town meeting votes, and files all bylaw or zoning bylaw changes to the AG's Office. All elected and appointed town officials are sworn in by the Town Clerk.
Leyden Annual Town Meeting is at Town Hall on Tuesday, June 20th at 6:00pm
Voting day is Monday, June 26th from noon to 8:00pm at the Town office building. NOTE: New site to vote not town hall
Vote by Mail Applications are available at the Town Office or online here: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/MailInRequestWeb/MailInBallot.aspx
There is a 24 hour video monitored Ballot Return Box at the town office building for Vote by Mail and Absentee Ballots.
The last day to register to vote is Saturday June 10th at 5pm, please check voter registration status before June 10th. If you did not return the Town Census form you may have been deleted from the voter list.
Town Clerk Fees
Male $10 Female $10 Spayed/Neutered $5
To pay online:
Information on Kennel licences
Voting by mail is a safe choice to avoid exposure to COVID-19 while voting.
Mail-in ballots may be returned by mail, in person, or to secure ballot drop-boxes where available.
If you must enter a voting location, please wear a face covering.
Maintain physical distance of at least six feet from people not from your household.
Use hand sanitizer before approaching the check-in station and after voting. o Follow any additional guidance provided at the voting location
Voting during traditionally lower demand times, like mid-morning and mid-afternoon, or lower traffic early voting days, can make the voting experience quicker.
Register to Vote or Make Changes
Contact information for Elected Officials is available here.