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City Clerk Department


CITY CLERK DEPARTMENT

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City Clerk & Registrar                                                         
Michele L. Hughes, MMC    


Deputy City Clerk     
Jessica L. Brackett                                                                      

Deputy Voter Registrar
Judy Tripp

Assistant City Clerk
Ronald Rochefort

Linda Bernier

Office contact numbers:
v:  (207) 284-4831
f:  (207) 282-8202
 
Vehicle Registrations, Beach Passes, Taxes,  Hunt/Fish, Recreational Vehicles - Contact Finance Dept. 283-3303


City Hall is open to the public as follows:


Finance Dept.   - No appointment necessary - Need to be in line by 3:30 pm. Mon- Th. & 2:30 p.m. on Fr.
  •  Beach passes
  •  Vehicle registrations
  •  Hunt & Fish Licenses
  •  Recreational Vehicles
  •  Taxes  

You can also register your vehicle and pay taxes online.

City Clerk      284-4831 - By appointment

  •  Absentee ballots
  •  Business registrations
  •  Vital records
  • Voter registration

You can also request an absentee ballot online.

Code Enforcement      284-6983 - By appointment

  •  Inspections
  •  Permits. 

You can also apply for permits online.

Assessing Dept.     282-1611 - By Appointment

  •  Tax exemptions
  •  personal property declarations
  •  Under construction letters

Planning & Development      282-3487 - By Appointment

  •  Planning applications
  •  Economic Development Inquiries
  •  Planning Board

Welfare    282-8206 - By Appointment

  •  Financial help for basic necessities



STATE PRIMARY & SPECIAL REFERENDUM ELECTION, SCHOOL BUDGET VALIDATION REFERENDUM ELECTION & WARD 1 AND WARD 3 SCHOOL BOARD SEAT ELECTION - TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2020.

Official Election Results

REMINDERS:

Dogs & Horses on Beaches:newlaws

Note:  Ferry Beach State Park does not allow dogs on the beach from April 1 to September 30, but from October 1 to March 31 they are allowed on-leash.

WARD 3 – ELECTION WARDEN OPENING 

The city is currently looking for a Warden to represent Ward 3  at municipal and state elections which are currently held in June and November each year.

You must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 18 years of age and a registered voter of the municipality.   You do not need to be enrolled in a party and you may not be an officer of a municipal committee of a party.

Duties are as follows:  You must be available to work and remain at the polling place the entire time the polls are open and during the counting of ballots.  Wardens oversee the voting area for their ward.  Ensure compliance with laws pertaining to voting and counting procedures and supervise election officials and assign their duties.  Training is provided before each election.

This is a paid position.  If you are interested in this position but not sure which ward you live in, give us a call at 284-4831 and we can look that information up for you and answer any questions that you may have. 

This is a great way to meet your neighbors and get involved in your community.

NEW BUSINESS LICENSE:     EFFECTIVE  APRIL 25, 2019

Marijuana Cultivation, Harvesting, Distribution, Etc.
On March 25, 2019 the city amended Chapter 135 Cultivation and Distribution of Marijuana.  Below is a link to the new laws and the new application.  Applications and fees need to be submitted to the CIty Clerk's Office.

New laws
New application

 FREQUENTLY REQUESTED ITEMS:


FORMS FOR LICENSES AND APPLICATIONS
The following forms can be downloaded from this site. They are in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program to open and print them. If you don't already have the program, you can find it by following this link.