The Town Clerk’s Office is responsible for recording, maintaining and preserving land records, maps, vital statistics and other municipal records, including meeting minutes of all official boards, commissions and committees, for access by the public.
Referendum Results from Nov. 3, 2020 Election; click here.
Land Records are available online; click here. All indexes and maps are online and document images are visible back to June 26, 1989.
Land record recordings are accepted by mail and by eRecording. Transfer deeds only accepted electronically if no conveyance is due (signed OP-236 must be included).
eRecording is available through the following companies (please contact them directly)
Documents to be recorded in person only if absolutely necessary (one person in the office at a time). For everyone's safety, we prefer mail.
Other Services such as copies of Vital Records and Dog Licenses will be processed by mail. See below for forms/directions.
For any other urgent business please call our office at 203-271-6601
Liquor Permits: per the Governor's Executive Order No. 7W
Cheshire Land Records are available online.
The full index is visible and images of the records are available back to June 26, 1989.
If support is needed for the online system please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Freedom of Information (FOI) inquiries: please contact Arnett Talbot, Assistant Town Manager and Public Information Officer at email@example.com
The Town Clerk's Office issues the following:
Public Act 17-2 Sec. 157. (NEW) (Effective from passage) Any local board of education shall file forthwith a signed copy of any contract for administrative personnel with the town clerk, which town clerk shall post a copy of any such contract on the town's Internet web site. Any regional board of education shall file a copy of any such contract with the town clerk in each member town, which town clerk shall post a copy of any such contract on the town's Internet web site. Effective October 2017