Who's Getting Married in Burlington?
Great news, Burlington lovebirds.
And it involves saving time.
The City of Burlington has launched the new online marriage licence quick-pass.
It just might save you a long wait at the Service Burlington counter at City Hall.
Here’s the marriage licence quick-pass process: Complete and submit the online quick-pass, print it, and have both signatures on the application.
Bring the signed application to Service Burlington at City Hall, 426 Brant St., Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. to pick up your marriage licence.
One or both applicants must be present with the signed application and have proper identification for both parties
Go get married.
Once at the counter, the estimated time to completion is five to 10 minutes.
“It’s great to have another important form online,” said supervisor of customer service Cindy Kucybala.
“It’s always nice to see happy couples in love but from a customer service perspective, the marriage licence quick-pass allows the form to be completed whenever it is convenient for the couple and it actually saves a considerable amount of wait time at our counter. Anything we can do to improve customer service for couples in love is a great thing.”
The licence fee is $150 and you can pay cash, credit or debit.
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