What will residents and businesses be responsible for changing, where applicable?
  • Department of Motor Vehicles - vehicle registration, driver’s license, state IDs
    • Address change can be done online – ID card replacement not required.
  • Passports
    • No address change is required until passport is expired.
  • IRS / Tax Advisor
    • Put new address on next tax filing and on Form 8822
    • Mail a letter with the following information: full name, new address, old address, date of birth, Social Security Number, Individual Taxpayer ID Number or Employer Identification Number.
  • Wills & Trusts
    • No address change required, though if desired, the Town may provide certified letter as addendum to will/trust (if requested).
  • Social Security
    • Address change is required if you are collecting Medicare benefits. The change can be made online at https://www.ssa.gov/ 
    • If you are collecting SSI, address change must be done in person.
  • Financials
    • Banks and investment services
    • Loan issuers
    • Credit card companies
  • Insurance
    • Health, dental, life, car, house and/or renters insurance
  • Subscriptions


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1. What do I need to do if my street is renamed?
2. When can I start making changes to reflect my address?
3. What will residents and businesses be responsible for changing, where applicable?
4. What should businesses consider following a street renaming?
5. How can I apply for financial assistance?