Town of Groton Town Clerk 45 Fort Hill Rd, Groton, CT06340 The town clerk issues birth certificates, marriage licenses and death certificates. The clerk also keeps records of…More armed forces discharges and has death records dating back to the early 1700s.In addition, the clerk maintains land records including mortgages, financing statements, liens, releases of mortgages and other documents related to the transfer and ownership of property. Some land records date back to the 1600s.The town clerk also provides notary services, dog licenses and applications for passports. Betsy Moukawsher is currently the Town Clerk.
Once inside the lobby of the Groton Municipal Building, the city clerk's office is the first office on the right.…More Debra Patrick has been city clerk for about seven years, and serves as clerk for the council. Her office publishes the meeting agendas and minutes for the mayor and City Council, and posts the agendas and minutes for city boards, commissions and committees.
The clerk's office also archives city annual reports, and provides notary services for free.
The office does not handle land records or vital records such as birth, death or marriage certificates. These are managed in Groton Town Hall at 45 Fort Hill Road.
The Groton Town Police has several divisions to respond to public calls for help. The patrol division is the largest,…More and includes 42 officers, six sergeants and four lieutenants. Officers respond to calls about incidents including criminal complaints, traffic enforcement and motor vehicle accidents. Other police department divisions include youth, animal control, community policing, detectives and records.
The records division of the police department is open from Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm, not including holidays. Residents who want a copy of a motor vehicle accident report must wait three days from the time of the incident, then contact the department at 860-441-6713 to make sure the report is available.