The Village Clerk is also the Registrar of Vital Records for the Village of Tarrytown
The Village Clerk is appointed to a two-year term. The clerk has custody of all Village records, papers, books and communications, as well as the reports and communications of the Board of Trustees. At meetings of the Board of Trustees, the Village Clerk also serves as Clerk of the Board and keeps records of the meetings.
The Village Clerk issues various licenses and permits for taxis, alarms, peddlers, sidewalk cafe, sidewalk vending, cabaret, film, carting, green contractors, and handicapped parking permits.
The Village Clerk also serves as the Village's Freedom of Information Officer. Freedom of Information forms are available on our website.
The Westchester County Board of Elections conducts the annual Village Elections. New York State Voter Registration Forms are available at the Village Clerk's Office.
The Vital Statistics office is also part of the Clerk's office. The Registrar of Vital Records maintains and issues certified copies of birth and death records of the Village.
Dog Licenses: Effective January 1, 2011, all Dog Licenses in Tarrytown will now be issued by the Office of the Greenburgh Town Clerk. You must apply for or renew your Dog License with the Greenburgh Town Clerk's Office located at 177 Hillside Avenue, Greenburgh, NY 10607. Please call 914-993-1500, ext. 5 or email Townclerk@greenburghny.com for more information.