Town Clerk

Address: Maynard Town Hall
195 Main Street
Maynard , MA 01754
Phone: 978-897-1300
Fax: 978-897-8553
Hours: Mon/Wed/Thu: 8am-4pm;  Tue: 8am-7pm; Fri: 8am-12pm



The Maynard Town Clerk’s Office is committed to providing courteous, competent and efficient service to the Towns People. We are dedicated to the thorough preservation of the Town’s vital records and historical documents for the benefit of future generations. We respect the right to vote as a fundamental civil right and will assure that all elections are conducted in a fair and open manner providing equal access to all citizens. Our office will operate in a modern, professional and automated environment, with an emphasis on our fiscal responsibility to the taxpayers of Maynard.




In order to obtain a certified copy of a Birth, Death or Marriage certificate please mail the following:

  1. Written request stating the name(s) and date of event
  2. A SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope)
  3. The fee, which is $10.00 per copy, in a check or money order made payable to the Town of Maynard

In order to apply for a marriage license you must first call the Town Clerk’s Office to set up an appointment  978-897-1300.

The following licenses can be obtained at the Town Clerk’s Office:


Elections and Town Meetings

The Town Clerk is the official record keeper for all elections in town (local, state, and federal) and records votes at Maynard Town Meeting.

Information on upcoming and past elections and town meetings is available on separate pages on this website:

Polling Location Change for 2020

Please read the Town Clerk’s Report for a Polling Location change in 2020.

Vote by Mail Applications

Voting by mail is available to all voters for all elections in 2020. You do not need an excuse to vote by mail this year.

To vote by mail, all you need to do is:

  1. Download and complete Vote by Mail Application;
  2. Deliver your application to the Maynard Town Clerk’s Office at 195 Main Street, Maynard, MA 01754;
  3. Vote when your ballot arrives;
  4. Return your ballot.

Please keep in mind:

  • State Primary
    • Applications must reach the Town Clerk’s Office by August 26th for the State Primary.
    • State Primary ballots need to be back at the Town Clerk’s Office by 8:00 p.m. on September 1st.
  • State Election
    • Applications for the State Election must reach the Town Clerk’s Office by October 28th.
    • State Election ballots need to be postmarked no later than November 3rd and must be back to the Town Clerk’s Office no later than November 6th.
  • Apply early, in order to have enough time to return your ballot.

2020 Federal Census

The 2020 Federal Census is underway.  Learn more about the census.


Open Meetings

The Town Clerk is responsible for the enforcement of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law in regard to publication of meeting agendas and notices.   Town committee members are strongly encouraged to visit the Open Meeting Law and Room Scheduling page for how to properly create and post your agenda along with information on how to reserve seating for your meeting.