departments and offices ::

City Clerk

The City Clerk's Office manages many services for Beacon residents and businesses. Here is the primary contact information for the most common requests.

Office of Vital Statistics
Certified copies of birth, marriage and death records having occurred in the City of Beacon.  
Contact: Iola C. Taylor, City Clerk & Registrar – (845) 838-5003

Notary Public - There is a Notary Public Official on-site.

Tax Collection  
Deals with tax collection and inquires pertaining to property tax and delinquent school taxes.
Contact: Jeanmarie Joseph, Deputy City Clerk & Tax Clerk – (845) 838-5004

Water/Sewer Billing & Collection
Utility billing; printing and collection, final reads for property sales and sidewalk billing.
Contact: City Clerk's Office – (845) 838-5000

Dog Licensing
Every dog within the City of Beacon must be licensed.  Additional dog licensing information.
Contact: Kristine Marino, Clerk – (845) 838-5000

Hunting and fishing licenses, garbage/recycle tickets, parking permits, foil requests, unregistered vehicle permits.
Contact: Kristine Marino, Clerk – (845) 838-5000

The City of Beacon Charter and Code are available online: Charter and Code Online. This digitized version is easy to search and print. For an official copy please contact the City Clerk.

Contact Information

Iola C. Taylor, City Clerk/Registrar
(845) 838-5003
Fax: (845) 838-5012

Location & Hours

1 Municipal Plaza
Summer Hours 2011
Monday-Friday 8am to 4pm
Register closes at 3:30pm

Upcoming Event

No events scheduled

Previous Event

  • City Council Meeting
    Monday, Mar 4, 2013
    City Hall Court Room - 1 Municipal Plaza
    7:00 pm-10:00 pm

    The City Council meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Court Room of the Municipal Center.

    All meetings are open to the public, with opportunities to speak at the beginning and ending of each Council meeting. On each Monday preceding the Council meetings, a workshop is held at 7:00 pm in the same location. Workshops are also open to the public for listening, while comments can be made at regular City Council meetings.

    View all past events