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Voting in Billerica is done at one of the six elementary schools. Residents are divided into one of twelve precincts based on their current residence. If you are unsure of your voting location, call the Board of Registrar’s Office at 978-671-0926.
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No, the Clerk’s Office is no longer processing U.S. Passports. The closest Passport Stations are the Post Offices in Burlington, Bedford, Woburn or Lowell. For more information see the U.S. Dept. of State’s website.
Yes, there are five notaries in the clerk’s office. Notary services are available Monday through Friday, 8:30AM until 4:00PM. Please bring valid photo identification. There is a $2.00 fee for the first (3) pages and $1.00 for every additional page. We do not make public copies.
IMPORTANT: You may fill out any information prior to arriving however, DO NOT sign the document until in front of the Notary.
Yes, marriage intentions taken in the Town Clerk’s Office 8:30AM-3:30PM
There is a three-day waiting period before picking up the “Certificate of Marriage”. Both parties do not need to be present to pick-up the license. If wedding is performed by an officiant other than a clergy or Justice of the Peace, the person performing the service needs to get a Certificate from the Secretary of State’s office to be a “One Day Solemnizer”. More information on this is available at the Secretary of State’s website below. We can supply a list of the local Justices of the Peace if needed. Wherever the couple applies for the Marriage License, that is where they will always get a certified copy, it doesn’t move around with you.