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FAQs

  • Can I obtain an absentee ballot?
  • Do I need a Business Tax Receipt if I use my residential property as rental property?
  • Do I need a Business Tax Receipt to operate a business within the corporate boundaries of the Town of Longboat Key?
  • How do I become a registered voter?
  • How do I obtain a Business Tax Receipt?
  • When are the Longboat Key Preliminary and General Elections Held?
  • When do the polls open and where are the Longboat Key precincts located?
More FAQs

The Town Clerk is responsible for archiving and maintaining the files of all ordinances, resolutions, contracts, and other significant documents. The Town Clerk is also responsible for the recording and preparation of the minutes of the meetings of the Town Commission and the Town's Retirement System Pension Boards.

The Clerk oversees legal compliance in advertisements for meetings and public hearings and documents that require publication. The Town Clerk is designated as the Elections Official and is responsible for conducting all Town elections.


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