We are pleased to offer online services provided to the Town of Campton by EB2Gov. These services are at no cost to the Town and a small fee is added to payments for those citizens who find value in requesting these services online.
E-Reg - Motor Vehicle Registration
Motor Vehicle Registration Renewals Only. Transfers not available. If you are planning on using plates from a vehicle that you have sold or traded, you will need to contact our office. Payment is accepted via your Checking Account with your Account Number and Bank Routing Number. There is a small convenience fee added to each transaction done online. If you are looking for an estimate click on "Customer Services" to the left of this message.
Vital Record Request
Certified certificates for birth, death, divorce and marriage licenses can be requested online. Performed by your town office and sent to you with a variety of shipping options. Checking account and routing number are required to use this service. A small convenience fee will be added for each transaction. Any questions can be answered by calling the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s Office directly.
Enter one dog tag and all your dogs will come up for your review, renewal and payment. Outdated rabies certificates are identified and options to update documents from your Veterinarian. You can remove a dog if you no longer have him/her. Renew your dog license(s) online beginning in January each year! All dogs MUST be registered by April 30th of every year. Current rabies information is required. There is a small convenience fee added to each transaction done online.
Motor Vehicle Registration Estimates
Estimates is a free service of EB2Gov provided to any municipality who chooses to adopt the EB2Gov online services. You can get an estimate for a renewal or for a new vehicle you are purchasing. Simple screens walk you through the process of getting you the most accurate estimate possible which even includes the vehicle valuation system towns and cities use.
There is a small transaction fee charged for using on-line payment services. NOTE: *Per New Hampshire State Law (RSA 80:69), only the property owner or someone who has legal interest is allowed to pay.