Join us at the weekly Lebanon Farmers' Market this Saturday from 9:00 AM to noon in front of Town Hall.
The Town Clerk’s Office is responsible for the safekeeping of all land records, town ordinances, vital records, maps, liquor permits, veteran discharge filings, town boards/commissions meeting agendas and minutes. The office administers elections, issues marriage, canine, and sport licenses, registers trade names, notaries, and is the official keeper of the Town Seal.
PLEASE NOTE: The Town Clerk’s office accepts land record recordings up until 30 minutes before the close of business. Our office accepts cash or check only. No credit or debit transactions.
You can now view the indices for the Lebanon Land Records at the following website:
The land record indices on this site range from 1958 to today's date.
Images of documents are available from April 1, 1971 to the present.
Please follow the instructions to enter the site as a guest. You will not be able to print or view images of documents without a paid subscription to this site.
RECORDING FEES - General
$60.00 first page; $5.00 per each additional page or portion thereof.
$2.00 each transfer reportable to the State.
$1.00 if the names of those executing, witnessing and acknowledging are not typed or printed under the signature.
RECORDING FEES with Nominee (MERS)
Nominee as Assignor - Grantor: $159.00 flat fee (Assignment of Mortgage/ Release of Mortgage).
Nominee as Grantee: $159.00 first page; $5.00 each additional page or portion thereof.
STATE CONVEYANCE FEES
Local Conveyance All categories = .0025 x consideration
For more information, call the Connecticut Dept. of Revenue Services at 1-800-382-8963 or
$1.00 per page or fraction thereof
$1.00 per page plus $2.00 for certification - certified documents
$20.00 for hand-held scanner (fee must be paid prior to scanning)
$20.00 to file a map
$30.00 to file a map of a subdivision of 3 or more parcels
$2.00 for computer generated map or emailed; $10.00 for a full size copy of a map
Trade Name and Dissolution of Trade Name: $10.00 (See FORMS below)
Birth, marriage, civil union, and death records can be obtained for anyone who was living in Lebanon at the time of the event or was born, married, or who died in the Town of Lebanon. Our office is only permitted to issue certified copies of any vital. Certified copies are $20.00 each. See FORMS below to complete the specific request form for each event.
Marriage Licenses must be obtained in the Town which the ceremony will be held. The cost for a marriage license is $50.00. The license is valid for 65 days from the date of issuance. Please see FORMS below to print a MARRIAGE LICENSE WORKSHEET to bring with you, along with photo identification. Please call our office if you have any questions.
DOG LICENSES – Current rabies certificate must be presented when licensing. Licensing NEW dogs in the Town requires a rabies vaccination certificate and spay/neuter certificate (if applicable)
Dog license Neutered/Spayed $8.00
Dog license Male/Female $19.00
Lost Dog Tag $.50
Dog Transfer from another Town $.50
SPORTS LICENSES - The Town Clerk’s Office is an active licensing agent for the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection. You may also purchase your Connecticut hunting, trapping and fishing licenses and all required permits online. Please visit www.ct.gov/deep to purchase licenses online or to see associated sports licensing fees.
This report, drafted by the 2019 Charter Commission and approved by the Board of Selectmen at their July 29, 2019 meeting, accompanies the proposal for a Town Charter set to be considered on the 2019 municipal ballot.
Proposal for Town Charter as drafted by the 2019 Charter Commission and approved by the Board of Selectmen at their July 29, 2019 meeting to be considered on the November 2019 municipal ballot.
Provides for the ability of each political party to nominate as many candidates as there are vacancies on the Board of Education. (2008). This ordinance was rescinded by the Electors of the Town of Lebanon at a duly warned Town meeting held on Monday, April 3, 2017.
Requires town meeting to accept new town roads (1973)