Town Clerks Office

Town Clerk Hours (COVID-19) 

In an effort to achieve public safety and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the Town Clerk’s Office has limited office hours and is open to walk-ins.  If someone is in the office at the counter please have a seat and wait until you are called in.  We are one deep in the Town Clerk’s Office so we are following best protocols to provide for safe daily operations as the priority dictates. 

Hours for the Town Clerk are Monday thru Thursday 8am to 2pm except for Residency Certificates and Marriage Licenses. 

Residency Certificates: Town Clerk Hours for resident certificates are Monday thru Thursday between the hours of 8am and 1pm and Fridays 8am to 11am. Please have application filled out when you come with the proper documentation providing proof of residency. 

Marriage Licenses: Town Clerk hours for marriage licenses are Monday thru Thursday 8am to 1pm and Friday 8am to 11am by appointment. Please call 518-664-6148 ext. 206 to make an appointment.


Town Clerk: Sue Cunningham

Deputy Town Clerk: Barbara McManus

Deputy Town Clerk: Anita Petronis

Phone: 518.664.6148 ext. 2
Fax: 518.664.9537
Email: scunningham@stillwaterny.org
Email: bmcmanus@stillwaterny.org

Town Clerk’s Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 3:30pm
Friday: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Hours are subject to change

Town Clerk’s Summer Hours
Memorial Day – September
Monday – Thursday  8:00am – 3:30pm
Closed Every Friday

RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • Preparation of minutes of Town Board meetings
  • Maintain all Town records
  • Legal notices: bids, public hearings, notices of adoption
  • Freedom of Information requests
  • Issue handicapped parking permits
  • Click here for Directions and details for certificate. Issue Certificates of Residency
  • Sale of zoning, subdivision, design construction standards, and sign regulations
  • Offer notarial services – Please bring Identification
  • All licensing: sporting, dog, marriage, peddler/junkyard, bingo/games of chance/bell jar

Permits, Licences & Applications:

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