“A place is not a place until people have been born in it, have grown up in it, lived in it, known it, died in it - have both experienced it and shaped it, as individuals, families, neighborhoods, and communities, over more than one generation. Some are born in their place, some find it, some realize after long searching that the place they left is the one they have been searching for. But whatever their relation to it, it is made a place only by slow accrual, like a coral reef.”
The Village Clerk is responsible for maintaining custody of the Village seal, books, records, and papers. The Clerk is the official clerk of the Board of Trustees, Planning Board, and Zoning Board of Appeals and is responsible for preparing agendas and maintaining an indexed compilation of minutes from the three Boards. The Clerk's Office also maintains a record of all local laws. The Office of the Village Clerk is the primary point of contact when telephoning or coming into Village Hall.
Clerk's Office Fees
Marriages can be officiated at Village Hall by the Mayor, 631-475-4300, or the Judge, 631-475-2753. Please call to schedule your ceremony or if you have any questions. Please note that your marriage license and $100 cash should be received at least three days prior to the ceremony. THE VILLAGE DOES NOT ISSUE MARRIAGE LICENSES. You may obtain a New York State Marriage License from the Town of Brookhaven.
Budget Fiscal Year 2023/2024
The Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024 which begins on June 1, 2023 is available for viewing at the Village Clerk's office or by clicking on the link above.
The Village holds elections every two years on the even years.
The next election will be on March 19, 2024. Independent Nominating Bodies and candidates can contact the Clerk's Office to submit campaign finance disclosures.
ELECTION DAY '24
The polls will be open on March 19th from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM. The polling locations are Village Hall, 14 Baker Street, for Districts 18, 19, 20 & 23 and the Knights of Columbus, 38 West Fourth Street, for Districts 103, 15, 16 & 17.
DIAS DE LAS ELECCIONES '24
Las urnas estarán abiertas el 19 de marzo de 7:00 a. m. a 9:00 p. m. Los lugares de votación son Village Hall, 14 Baker Street, para los distritos 18, 19, 20 y 23
Knights of Columbus, 38 West Fourth Street, para los distritos 103, 15, 16 y 17.
BALLOT / BOLETA '24
APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT
LEGAL NOTICES - OFFICES TO BE FILLED FOR THE 2024 ELECTION
Village Clerk Forms and Information
The Village only maintains records of births and deaths that have occurred within the Village boundaries. Eligible applicants can obtain certified Birth and Death certificates for $10 per copy.
The Village Clerk's office is responsible for responding to requests for access to public records. Pursuant to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Law, the Village charges $0.25 per page for copying of public records. Electronic transmissions are free of charge.
- A FOIL Request Form can be submitted by email to FOIL@patchoguevillage.org
- Complete your FOIL Request online
The Village is not currently accepting Carter Applications. For more information contact the Village Clerk's office at (631) 475-4300.
Non-resident parking permits can be obtained by submitting a Non-Resident Parking Application and a copy of the car registration. The fee for each parking pass is $150 for the year and is pro-rated every month after. Non-resident permits can be used for the back municipal parking lots and the permitted lot of the Railroad Station only. Permits are not valid on Main Street, South Ocean Avenue, Railroad Avenue and Havens. Permit holders must also follow all street sign rules.
Parade Peddler Permit
Permits are required for all garage sales within the Village. Residents can obtain a permit by submitting a Personal Property Sale Permit application along with the $5.00 application fee. Please note, residents are limited to two garage sales per year.
The Village of Patchogue issues yearly parking permits to all Village residents. Complimentary Parking Permits can be obtained by submitting the Resident Parking application. Residents must submit a copy of their car registration in addition to a first-class piece of mail if the registration does not show the Village address. Resident Parking permits can be used for the back municipal parking lots and the permitted lot of the Railroad Station only. Permits are not valid on Main Street, South Ocean Avenue, Railroad Avenue and Havens. Residents must also follow all street sign rules.
Guest Parking Permit
Get started on your permit application for Community Special Events or vendor permit application for a Chamber of Commerce Event, Community Special Event, or Great South Bay Music Festival.
Any resident of the village who needs to place a temporary storage unit on their property must comply with the regulations of Local Law 9-2021 (PDF) and obtain a permit for either a Temporary Container or a Construction Storage Container.
All taxi drivers must renew their Taxi License by submitting an application and all required documents each year. Please note, there is a $125 licensing fee which will be collected upon approval. All fees will be waived for Veterans who submit a copy of their DD-214 form.