Top Dog Contest
Do you think you have the greatest, smartest, most beautiful dog in town? Then bring in a picture of your perfect canine to the South Windsor Town Clerks office, and join our annual Top Dog Contest. The winner will receive tag # 1, and runner up will receive tag # 2. Please, no photo’s larger than 4x6. The contest starts May 1st, and ends May 31st. Pictures should contain the owners name, address, telephone number, and the dogs name on the back of the photo. Pictures will be returned.
For further information, please contact the Town Clerk at 860 -644-2511 ext 226
The Town Clerks office is pleased to announce that our Land Record indices are now
offered online. The Town Clerk Portal is hosted by our software provider, Cott Systems.
Once you enter the site, you will find several area towns who are also participating. The index for search is free, however if you need copies, there is a subscription fee which covers all towns on that site. You will find the Connecticut Town Clerks Portal at:
For further information, please contact 644-2511 ext 226.
The Town Clerk’s office is the records management and information center for the Town. The Connecticut General Statutes and Town Charter charge the staff with hundreds of functions. Responsibilities include recording, reporting and maintaining land records, vital statistics and maintaining all Town Council, Boards and Commissions agendas, minutes and records; recording and maintaining election results, issuing absentee and presidential ballots, various licenses and permits; and maintaining financial records for the collection of various fees and taxes for the Town and State.
We provide information on all property transfers and sales to the Assessor and Tax Collector. The staff issues and/or maintains records for marriage, fish & game, dog and liquor licenses. Photocopies of agendas, minutes, land records and surveys are available for a fee, as are certified copies of birth, marriage, death and veteran discharge records. Copies of the Town Charter and Ordinances are also available for a fee. Duties also include processing all town notary appointments, appointment of unaffiliated Justices of the Peace, accept for filing lawsuits and claims, record cemetery deeds, maintain burial records, process and publish town ordinances and the annual audit report.
The office and land records vault are used daily by title searchers, attorneys, bankers, appraisers, civil engineers, surveyors, real estate agents and the general public.