The Town Clerk is a publicly elected official responsible for maintaining the records of the Town of Bristol. These records include the Town’s law books, references in the library and the Code of Ordinances.
The Clerk’s Office also responsible for the communications, meeting minutes, appointments (book, oaths, letters, certificates), referrals, proclamations, reports, filings, advertisements and resolutions for the Bristol Town Council.
Louis P. Cirillo
Elected: November 2004
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Birth & Death Certificates
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View a computerized index of records dating back to 1680.
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Probate Court handles Estates, Guardianships, and Name Changes.
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Public Records Request
The Town of Bristol is committed to providing the public access to public records under Rhode Island General Laws Section 38-2-2 from all Town departments. If you need additional assistance, please call Bristol Town Hall at 401-253-7000.
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Address: 10 Court Street, Bristol, RI 02809
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday | 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Louis P. Cirillo
Phone: 401-253-7000 ext.130
Deputy Town Clerk
Phone: 401-253-7000 ext.131