Town Clerk


Town Clerk's Office Open by Appointment Only

Please call Jennifer at 413-245-7108, ext 102 or email her at townclerk@hollandma.org


New Town Clerk, Jennifer Mott, first day is July 1st 2020

Acting Town Clerk, Lynn Greene, last day is Thursday July 9th 2020

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***If you have a new seat in a committee or board, please come to the Town Clerk's office to be sworn in and officially accept the position. 


REMINDER: TIME TO RENEW YOUR DOG LICENSES

All canines residing in Holland must be licensed with the town.   Fees are $10 for each neutered/altered dog and $20 each unaltered dog.  Obtain license by simply sending in a check made payable to:

Town of Holland, ATTN: Town Clerk

27 Sturbridge Rd Holland, MA 01521

( *in person through the Town Clerk’s office not available while Town Hall is closed due to COVID-19) 

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VOTER INFORMATION

Register to Vote:
https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/

Absentee Ballot Application for an Individual:
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/absentee_ballot.pdf

Absentee Ballot Application for a Family Member:
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/absentee_ballot_fam.pdf

IF YOU WISH TO CHANGE YOUR PARTY DESIGNATION OR ADDRESS YOU MUST CONTACT THE TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE.

VOTE BY MAIL instead of coming to the polls.  You can use the application enclosed to request a ballot.  You can fax requested ballot form to: 413-245-7037, you can scan it to townclerk@hollandma.org, or drop your request in the Tax Collector’s mailbox located in the front of the Town Offices at 27 Sturbridge Road, Holland MA.  01521


Mission Statement and Description of Services:

The Town Clerk’s Office is committed to providing competent, courteous, and efficient service.

The Town Clerk is the chief election official, recording official, registrar of vital records (births, deaths and marriages), as well as, the public records official.

The Town Clerk’s Office issues licenses and permits, including marriage licenses, business licenses (DBA’s) and renewals, dog licenses, raffle/bazaar permits and requests for public documents.

The Town Clerk is responsible for all elections, census and voter registration, as well as overseeing the polling place and the conduct of all elections and elected related activity, and records all actions of Town Meeting. The Town Clerk records and certifies all official actions of the Town, including town meeting legislation and appropriations. The Town Clerk’s Office administers the oaths of office and maintains appointments and resignations of all Town Officials.

Often considered the core of local government, the Town Clerk's Office serves as the central information point for local residents and citizens at large. The Town Clerk is the keeper of town records, the chief election official, a member of the Board of Registrars, official keeper of the Town Seal, registers all vital events occurring within the community and those events occurring elsewhere to local residents. The Town Clerk records and preserves birth, marriage and death re and provides certified copies of these records upon request.

Contact the Town Clerk