Town Clerk

Clerk Kim Pedley





Municipal Building

51 South Main Street

Northfield, Vermont


Monday - Friday

8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The office of the Town Clerk acts as a gateway to and resource center for the municipality. It also serves as a chamber of commerce, providing a list of businesses and services. The office also issues licenses (hunting, fishing, marriage, dog, etc.); acts as a notary public; keeps property records; renews car registrations; takes the minutes at town meetings; records births, deaths, marriages,  and burials; makes certified copies of any vital record; organizes elections and petitions; registers voters; and acts as a source for genealogical and other research.


The Vermont Secretary of State's Office has created websites so eligible residents can register to vote online, request absentee ballots, etc.  Please click the links below for more information.


Vermont Online Voter Registration
Submit a Voter Register Application to your town or city clerk today using our new online voter registration tool.


My Voter Page
Visit your My Voter Page to request an absentee ballot and track its status, update your voter registration record, find your polling place, view a sample ballot, and much more. The My Voter Page is your unique, voter-specific, online resource for all your election-related needs.



Skip the traffic- we’re online!! You can now search Northfield Town Clerk records on RECORDhub. The Town of Northfield is making it even easier and more convenient to search for records. You can now search anytime and from anywhere with an internet connection. Search from your office or from your home. Search at your convenience, just visit:

Northfield Town Reports




Kim Pedley, Town Clerk