Town Clerk's Office

The Town Clerk/Tax Collector office is closed to the public until further notice. The Clerk will continue to be available  by telephone and email to conduct business and answer questions. We appreciate your patience during this difficult time.

Town Election Results 2020: click here

2020 Primary Election Results HERE

HB391 - (261:148)  Effective 6/21/19 :  This bill requires that a current, government issued photo identification be presented to the town or city clerk to obtain a registration permit.

Please click icon below that will complete your request: 


Also, the request online is a request; your car is not registered until you receive the registration in the mail and place the decal on your license plates.

If you would like an email reminder for car registrations and/or dog licenses, please send your email address to the Town Clerk at:

A message to new Residents:

When moving into Town you must come to the Town Clerk's office at 163 Main Street and fill out a residency form.  Please have available:  

  • If you purchased a home, bring a Comcast bill, Unitil bill, or other document in your name, showing your new address.
  • If you are renting you will need a Lease Agreement or an authorization form signed by the owner of the property, verifying that you are living at that address. 

Thank you and welcome to Kingston, NH.


NOTE: When transferring registration you MUST have your current ORIGINAL registration to surrender to the state. Give a copy to the dealer or the person buying your other car; do not give them your original registration when completing the sale.

When you have a title for a new car registration all parties that are listed as buyers on the title need to be present to complete the title application. If you have a prepared title application from a dealer then all parties do not have to be present to complete the registration.

When renewing your registration, you may have another person complete it for you.  They must have a copy of your registration and their driver license or other photo ID.

If you need Temporary Plates, you will have to complete that transaction at a Sub-station (Epping or Salem), or at the main DMV office in Concord.  Towns are not issued Temp plates.


OHRV and Snowmobile Registrations:

OHRV and Snowmobile Registrations are available at the Town Clerk's Office. Registrants must be 18 years of age or older. Present a VALID driver license or state issued non-driver license photo identification. Must hold a New Hampshire license or ID to receive resident rates. Click here to check the NH Fish and Game website for more information.

Hunting License Requirements:

Present an old license or a copy of your Education Program Certificate Card (orange).  FID cards are not proof of hunter education. Please click here to check with the Fish and Game website for rules and regulations.

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Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Tammy Bakie Town Clerk (603) 642-3112
Holly Ouellette Deputy Town Clerk
Gail Ramsey Office Clerk