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- Preparation of minutes of Town Board meetings
- Maintain all Town records
- Legal notices: bids, public hearings, notices of adoption
- General and primary elections
- Freedom of Information requests
- Issue over 65 and Social Security disabled transfer station permits
- Issue handicapped parking permits
- Issue Certificates of Residency
- Sale of zoning, subdivision, design construction standards, and sign regulations
- Offer notarial services
- All licensing: sporting, dog, marriage, peddler/junkyard, bingo/games of chance/bell jar
- Sale and renewal of Mary Jane Row Dog Park Permits
Proof Required for Certificate of Residency
You must be a current resident of Clifton Park & have lived in the Town for at least one year for the Town Clerk to issue.
Proof required for Certificate of Residency:
- Document dated at least one year ago but not more than 15 months showing name and current Clifton Park address.
- Document dated within the last 30 days showing name and current Clifton Park address.
Students that have moved within the past year must obtain certificate at the County Treasurer’s Office. Phone 885-5381 Ext. 4325.
- Students who are not citizens of the United States applying for their FIRST Certificate of Residency must apply in the County Treasurer’s Office. Foreign-born students will be asked to provide a Visa, Permanent Resident Card or immigration papers indicating permanent resident status.
EXAMPLES OF ACCEPTABLE PROOF:
- College correspondence including bills or schedule of classes
- Dated mail or postmarked envelopes (window envelopes not acceptable)
- Bank statement
- Credit card statement
- Cell phone, utility/telephone bills
- Formal Lease
- Driver’s license
- Car registration, insurance card
- High school interim reports, transcripts
- Medical records/prescriptions
- Pay stub
Clifton Park Town Clerk Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., open until 7 p.m. on Thursdays. Phone 371-6681
Saratoga County Treasurer’s Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 885-5381 ext. 4325.
** A student must apply for a certificate no sooner than 60 days prior to the start of classes and no later than 30 days after the college’s first day of classes. Certificates remain valid for one year of semesters, provided the student attends during the semester the certificate that is issued. A student that does not register for the certificate that was issued, must apply for and receive a new certificate. Cut off dates are dictated by the start of classes at each college and will vary. Students applying for a certificate after the beginning of the college semester must apply at County Treasurer’s office.
Refer to County Treasurer by clicking here for additional information on Certificate of Residency.