Town Clerk / Tax Collector

Jeannine Dunne, Certified Town Clerk and Certified Tax Collector

Neil Sandford, Deputy Town Clerk / Tax Collector

Reopening of the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s Office

For vehicle renewals with no changes, for dog licenses and for property taxes, we are still encouraging everyone to pay online, by mail, or by drop box.  When paying online, it's only an additional $1.50 per vehicle as well as the $1.50 service fee if you pay by ACH.  The cost to pay by credit card is about 3% of the total paid, plus the $1.50 service fee.  To pay for your renewal(s) online, click here.

If you would like to pay by check, you can find your amounts online or we can give you the amounts to mail or drop in our drop box next to the back door of Town Hall.  Please put your check in an envelope and include a note with month(s) of expiration, year, make and model of each vehicle and a phone number, just in case.  We normally will mail the renewed registration(s) with decals to the mailing address that the DMV has for you.  If you would like to pick your registrations up instead, please leave a clear note saying that you would like to be called when they are ready.  If you need the amount to write on your check, please call 563-8859 x 3, or email us at

When you need to come in person you can come in the front door to the town hall during our regular office hours of:

Mondays 9am to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm

Tuesdays 9am to 4pm

Wednesdays 9am to 5pm

Thursdays 9am to 4pm

Please arrive at least 20 minutes before the office closes or call ahead to arrange a time to come in that works for you.  Please continue to wear a mask when you come to the Town Hall.

Thank you!

The Dublin Town Clerk is responsible for Vehicle Titles and Registrations, Dog licensing, Marriage, Birth and Death Certificates, Marriage Licenses and filing fees. The Town Clerk is an election official. Residents may go to the Town Clerk’s office to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, or to file their candidacy for office.

The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of property taxes, including current use, yield and excavation taxes and the issuance of tax bills and notices.

Check the link at the top of this page, on the right side for holiday closings and other changes to our regular office hours.  The office is closed on Election Days and for occasional holidays and training sessions, so please plan ahead to do your vehicle registrations.

For a press release explaining the services at NH DMV locations during the COVID-19 pandemic, click the link below.  To reach the DMV by phone, call 227-4000.