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The Town Clerk is the Local Licensing Authority.   An applicant for a Hawker, Peddler, Transient Vendor License must file an application with the Town Clerk.

The fee for an annual license is $50 and will expire on December of the current year.  The fee may be waived for those who have and can produce a current state vendor license.  Applicants must also appear with a valid picture ID.

A completed form with appropriate departmental signoff is required for the request.

You may contact Catherine Ellsworth, Assistant Town Clerk  at 978-777-0001 x.3046 cellsworth@danversma.gov , or the Office of the Town Clerk with any questions.

The Board of Selectmen is the approval authority for One-Day Liquor Licenses.  The fee for a Wine & Malt One-Day License is $30, the fee for an All Alcoholic One-Day License is $50.  A completed application will be submitted to the Town Clerk along with appropriate departmental approvals, TIPS certification for event Manager along with a $1,000,000 liquor liability insurance binder.  Once a completed application is accepted the event Manager will appear before the Board of Selectmen.

A completed form is required for the request. All requests are subject to Board of Selectmen approval.

You may contact Catherine Ellsworth, Assistant Town Clerk  at 978-777-0001 x.3046 cellsworth@danversma.gov , or the Office of the Town Clerk with any questions.

If you are not already authorized to officiate wedding ceremonies, you may apply for a one day solemnization license.  The Town of Danvers does not process these requests, please contact the State of Massachusetts  here http://one day solemnization   .

The Board of Selectmen is the Local Licensing Authority.   An applicant for a Common Victualler  license must filed a complete an application with the Town Clerk along with the following fees:  $100 payable to the Town of Danvers.

You may contact Catherine Ellsworth, Assistant Town Clerk  at 978-777-0001 x.3046 cellsworth@danversma.gov , or the Office of the Town Clerk with any questions.

The Board of Selectmen is the Local Licensing Authority.   An applicant for a Class I or Class 2 dealer license must filed a complete an application with the Town Clerk along with the following fees:  $200 payable to the Town of Danvers.

You may contact Catherine Ellsworth, Assistant Town Clerk  at 978-777-0001 x.3046 cellsworth@danversma.gov , or the Office of the Town Clerk with any questions.

Both parties need to come to the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours.
You will need to show a picture ID
There is a 3 day waiting period (day 1 is day after you appear)
License is valid within 60 days from date of application
$30 (check or money order), includes 1 certified copy which will be mailed after your wedding official returns your paperwork to the Clerk’s Office

The  Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles handles vehicle registrations in Massachusetts.

The receptionist in the front lobby of Town Hall generally handles dog licensing.  If the reception desk is unmanned, the Clerk’s Office can assist you.

The annual fee for licensing a spayed/neutered dog is $20.  The fee is $25 for dogs that are not spayed/neutered.   You will need to bring a current rabies certificate and proof of spaying or neutering if that is not reflected on the rabies certificate.

You may license your dog in person or fill out an application at the link below and send in the appropriate paperwork.
https://www.danversma.gov/documents/dog-license-application/ .

Please contact the Reception Desk or Clerk’s Office with any questions.

The Board of Selectmen is the Local Liquor Licensing Authority.   An applicant for a liquor license must filed a complete ABCC application with the Town Clerk along with the following fees:  $200 payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, $75 payable to the Town of Danvers for a filing fee and $50 payable to the Town of Danvers for advertising costs, where applicable and the following documentation: detailed floor plans, a written policy describing the intended practice of patron age verifying and monitoring of alcohol consumption on the premises and an ABCC approved Certificate of Insurance.

You may contact the Office of the Town Clerk with any questions.

Information about a obtaining a driver’s license is available from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.

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