Town Clerk's Office
PLEASE NOTE: During the COVID-19 emergency, we are encouraging transactions by mail. Only one customer will be admitted to the Town Clerk’s office at a time, regardless of the nature of their transaction. Documents, including dog license applications and renewals, can be left outside our office door or in the drop box outside the building. We will process land evidence documents, confirm recording, and return documents per your instructions. Land evidence records are available online back to 01/01/1985 at https://i2e.uslandrecords.com/RI/Narragansett/D/Default.aspx. If you need us to check something older than that, please call 401-782-0624 or email me personally and we will do our best to assist and save you the trip. Couples seeking a marriage license should contact us by phone or email to make arrangements.
Theresa C. Donovan, CMC
The Town Clerk's Office is the official repository for all ordinances, resolutions and official documents related to the Narragansett town government. The Town Clerk's Office is responsible for the management of the Town's:
- Boards & Commissions
- Board of Canvassers
- Land Evidence Records
- Probate Court
- Registry of Vital Statistics.
Our mission is to make public information easily available and accessible, as well as to protect and preserve the integrity of Town historical records.
All records regarding Town Council agendas, votes, and minutes are maintained in the Clerk's Office, as well as records associated with the Town Charter and Town Ordinances. Town Council agendas, votes, and minutes from 1982 to present are available online on the ClerkBase website and the Town Charter and other Town Ordinances are available for review online on the Municode website.
Please note that land evidence records (images and index) from July 2010 to present are available online. The online land evidence index begins at January 1, 1985. Images for documents recorded between 1985 and 2010 are being processed for online publication later in 2015.
This office is also responsible for the preparation and maintenance of all Town voting records and the administration of all national, state and local elections, as well as any special elections through the Board of Canvassers.
In addition to receiving, recording and issuing these documents, the Office is responsible for the maintenance, indexing and storage of all of these records for access by the public and other Town departments.
To request copies of public documents or other information, please read the Access to Public Records Guidelines, complete the Public Records Request Form and submit to the Clerk's Office.