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Applications and Study Manuals for becoming a Notary Public are available in the Town Clerk's office. The fee for Notary renewal is $20.
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Working papers are issued from Trumbull High School's Main office throughout the year. In order to be eligible for working papers, you must meet the following requirements:
Request can be made in person or by mail, download and fill out the Marriage Certificate Copy Request Form (PDF), and the Death Certificate Copy Request Form (PDF) and review the following:
Visit the Town Clerk's office, and complete or bring with you already completed this Dog License Application (PDF) and review the following:
Per State Statute copies of birth certificates are restricted to certain individuals: person who is subject of birth certificate, parent, grandparent, grandchildren or guardian, if minor; spouse or children if over 18.
If you lived in Trumbull when your child was born, it is filed in the Town Clerk's office. You need to come in, fill out the paperwork or bring this Birth Certificate Copy Request Form (PDF) already completed, and have a valid driver's license. If photo identification is unavailable, originals or photocopies of 2 of the following documents may be substituted:
Full size or wallet size are available.
Please review the instructions for Filing a Trade Name (PDF).
Come to the Town Clerk's office, get a Trade Name Application, fill it out; bring it to the Zoning Enforcement officer in the Planning and Zoning office for approval. When that is done, bring it back to the Town Clerk's office for registration. Cost is $13.
The conveyance tax is 0.25% of the purchase price of the property.
You must get your license from the town in which the ceremony is to be performed.
Please call prior to coming into the office to set up an appointment with our staff, and bring in the completed Marriage License Worksheet (PDF).
Marriage licenses are issued through the Town Clerk's office, any day the office is open up to half an hour before closing time. All Brides and Grooms must appear together by 4 p.m. to be sworn for their license. Payment is by cash or check only, no credit cards. Identification must be provided with current address to be used on the license.
Please bring your current driver's license with you, or a passport and your filled in Marriage License Worksheet (PDF), fees are as follows:
Please fax your Marriage License Worksheet to the Town Clerk’s Office at 203-452-5094, and be sure to complete the bottom of the form with the following information:
To get a streetlight fixed or put onto your street, please contact Public Works by calling 203-452-5045.
To get a stop sign installed on your street, please contact the Police department by calling 203-261-3665.
To learn about hazardous waste please call the Public Works department at 203-452-5045.
To learn when your leaves will be picked up by the town please contact the Public Works department by calling 203-452-5045.
If your mailbox gets hit in the winter, please contact the Public Works department by calling 203-452-5045.
Please check with the Zoning Enforcement Officer by calling 203-452-5052.
You can get a subdivision map of your property filed in Town Clerk's office if one exists. Plot plans are not always available. There might be a plot plan in Building if there have been major additions/decks.
To find out more information about putting up a fence, please call the Building department at 203-452-5020.
To arrange a pickup of large items, please contact the Highway department by calling 203-452-5070 or 203-452-5071.
As of December 1, 2017, the charges to record a land record document are as follows:
Any document received for recording on December 1st is charged the new fee even if it was mailed and postmarked earlier. The statutes do not allow for an exception to the recording fee and all documents recorded in the month of December 2017 will be subject to the new fee and the revised allocation of funds.
Visit the Recreation Department, call 203-452-5060, or go there with your car registration. New residents who have moved within Connecticut may also change the address on their Driver's License and Registration there.
To obtain an absentee ballot please visit the Absentee Voting page and complete the application and bring it to the Town Clerks office.
For additional information, please review the Everything You Should Understand About Absentee Ballots (PDF).
Freedom of Information Requests (PDF) may be submitted to the Trumbull Freedom of Information Act Officer:Suzanne Burr Monaco5866 Main StreetTown Hall - 1st FloorTrumbull, CT 06611Phone: 203-452-5035Email Suzanne Burr Monaco
Use the Connecticut Secretary of State’s Voter Registration Look-up database to locate your polling location address and Party registration information. Alternatively, voters can find their residence on the Voting District Map and use the district number to identify their voting location on the polling place listing.
Contact the Trumbull Elections Administration Office by calling 203-452-5058 or 203-452-5059 if you have any additional questions regarding your Voting District.