What ward do I live in?
You can search for your ward or state legislative district, as well as download download our city ward map (in Adobe Acrobat format) by following this link.
Where do I obtain a workers permit?
For information pertaining to working permits, please call the Office of Superintendent at 284-4505.
Why do I have to register my business?
The City of Saco has a Business Registration/License Ordinance that requires all merchants to register with the Clerk's office.
Where can I find information regarding genealogy?
Genealogy records are located at the City Clerk's office.
What is necessary to obtain a marriage license?
Those applying for a marriage license for the first time are required to provide proof that the individuals are 18 years of age or older and residents of Saco.
For individuals who have been previously married they are required to provide proof as to the method of dissolution of the previous marriage i.e., certified copy (raised seal) of divorce papers or death certificate. Residency requirements are the same as above regarding age and residency.
What are your hours?
City Hall is open on: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where do I go to vote?
All voting takes place in the Saco Community Center, 75 Franklin Street. More information about elections may be found on our Elections page.
Will you fax a vital record to me?
Vital records are not faxed to individuals due to the nature of confidentiality of such records.
Where do I register my child for school?
Students are registered at the school the student will be attending. Grades K-2 Young or Gov. Fairfield, Grades 3-5 - C.K. Burns and Grades 6-8 - SMS. For further information, please contact 284-4505.
How many Camp Ellis parking permits may I obtain?
Permits may be purchased by Saco residents at City Hall for a fee of $10.00 per vehicle. Camp Ellis permits must be displayed from the rear view mirror of the vehicle designated for that permit. Anyone 62 and older may obtain 1 free permit per household. Violations of this rule will result of confiscation of the permit.
How can I obtain a "Dump Permit"?
Permits are limited to one (1) per property owner. Property owners of multifamily buildings having six (6) units or fewer should be allocated three (3) cubic yards for the first unit and one cubic yard for each additional unit. Owners of two (2) or more multifamily units and/or multiple single units will be limited to a maximum of ten (10) cubic yards for any given year from the date of issuance of the permit.
Tenants of multifamily buildings may use the transfer station at normal rates which may be found at this link: