Anyone who has not received their 2023 census form or moved into town after January 1st should contact the Town Clerk’s Office at (413) 538-5030 ext 6183 so that we can send you a census form. You could also print the above blank form and return it to our office.
How to return your Census form:
- In-person in the Town Clerk's office during office hours (Mon.-Thurs 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM); or
- In the black drop box located behind the South Hadley Police Station at 41 Bridge Street; or
- By mail by placing a stamp on the provided return envelope and mailing to Town Clerk, 116 Main Street, South Hadley, MA 01075
The enclosed vote by mail application is optional for those who would like to receive their 2023 election ballots by mail. These applications for good for one calendar year.
If you are a dog owner, you may use the dog registration form at the bottom of the census form or online to our website https://southhadleyma.viewpointcloud.com/categories/1084/record-types/6425 Town Clerk page to relicense your dog. All dogs need to be registered annually. The registration period is January 1st – March 31st, a late fee applies after April 1st.
Residents are urged to check the information contained on the form, make any necessary corrections or additions and, sign, date and return it to the Town Clerk’s Office in the enclosed envelope as soon as possible.
An accurate snapshot means that South Hadley receives the funding, services and business support we deserve and need and your responses are confidential. The Annual Town Census list is also used to track inactive voters. Answering the census ensures you maintain your active voter status.
If moved and a registered voter, we must obtain the signature of the voter to change their address. Please, if possible have all registered voters that have moved sign the back of this form if indicating a new address.
Please understand that the U.S. Post Office (USPS) may use alternate spellings of certain streets that differ from that which is in our census database. In this case, the company that produces the census is obliged to use the USPS spelling in addressing these forms. We are aware of these discrepancies and therefore, it is not necessary to correct the spelling of your street address.