Michael Seery , Town Clerk
(508) 867-2930, Extension 12
E-Mail: Michael Seery
General Information about the Town Clerk
The Town Clerk is an elected official
who keeps the records of birth, marriage, and deaths. The Clerk also runs elections and keeps the official records of town meetings and bylaws. Initiative petitions are delivered to the Town Clerk for certification. Other duties of the Town Clerk include issuing marriage licenses ($25), dog licenses ($11; $7 for neutered or spayed) and registering businesses in town ($20 for a 4 year certificate).
Click here to download Town By-Laws.
Click here to download the Zoning By-Law.
Certified copies of vital records (marriage, birth, death) of residents of Brookfield are available for $5/copy. Fee is payable upon request. If requesting by mail, the correct fee along with a stamped self-addressed envelope must be included. If requesting
by e-mail, please include a contact phone number.
To download information regarding the open meeting law, and the conflict of interest law, please click on the documents link below.
Robert Wilder Maps website
Brookfield Research website
Digital scans of handwritten Brookfield Town
Records up to 1849 as well as other resources.
Town Clerk Office Hours
at Town Hall:
Monday, 9am - 3pm
Tuesday, 9am - 3pm
Wednesday, 1pm - 8pm
Thursday, 9am - 3pm
Click here to view upcoming Town Board and Committee meetings.
Scroll to the bottom of this page for a link to Town Clerk documents available online.
STATE REGISTRY OF
VITAL RECORDS AND STATISTICS
The Massachusetts Registry of
Vital Records and Statistics maintains a central index of all vital record events (births, marriages and deaths) which occur in Massachusetts.
EARLY VITAL RECORDS
Click here for Brookfield records
up to 1850
on the website
Other sites on the web that may be good resources for research are: Roots Web
and Gen Web Project.