Forms available for download are listed below, all are in PDF*
Dog License application instructions
License Application form
Voter Registration Application
Citizen Leadership Application
Driveway Permit Application
Driveway Access Permit
Checklist #1 -
Checklist #2 - Minor
Checklist #3 -
Preliminary Major Subdivision
Checklist #4 - Final
Major Subdivision Variance
Checklist #5 -
Preliminary Site Plan
Checklist #6 -
Final Site Plan
Instructions for Zoning Permit
||*What is Adobe Acrobat Portable Document
Some publications are too long or too complex to be easily converted to
the standard "html" file, which your browser usually displays. As a
result, websites sometimes offer these publications in Adobe Portable
Document Format (PDF). If you are familiar with PDF files and have a copy
of Adobe's free Acrobat Reader, you may want to skip the following
paragraphs, which give information on downloading and reading PDF files.
What are PDF Files?
Adobe has created a type of file that looks the same on any computer when
opened with Adobe Acrobat Reader. These files allow for special tables,
graphics, and typefaces that cannot be created any other way for the World
Wide Web. Adobe named this type of file Portable Document Format or PDF.
Do I need special Software?
Yes, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader to use these files. You can download
this software from Adobe's WWW site. To get the software at no cost, click
on the link below. It will take you to the Adobe Acrobat Reader download
Download Adobe Acrobat Now!
People with visual disabilities can download tools and information at
http://access.adobe.com/ to help make Adobe PDF files accessible.
Now can I just click on a PDF link?
You are now ready to download PDF files for viewing. Go ahead. Remember
now that you have installed the acrobat software, you have the ability to
access many more publications and documents on the Internet. Many
companies offer publications in this format, and more are doing it every
Sometimes you may wish to save PDF files to a disk (your hard drive or a
floppy) and then view them offline, or allow your browser to automatically
open the file for you to view and/or print. Remember when you are looking
at any file ending in ".PDF" it is an adobe file.