Physical distancing and practicing good hygiene, like frequent hand washing with soap and warm water, are effective strategies to stay healthy and protect yourself against COVID-19. You will need to bring a current Maine rabies certificate and if your dog has been spayed or neutered, bring verification from the veterinarian. Hours we are available in the office to assist you: Monday 8 am – 6 pm, Tuesday 8 am – 4 pm, Thursday 8 am – 4 pm, Friday 8 am – 4 pm, Governor Mills Introduces Rural Reopening Plan, Plan will allow for reopening of certain businesses in rural Maine with safety precautions, timeline aligns with neighboring New Hampshire. We serve the general public and while there is never 50 citizens in our office at any one time, there are 50 different citizens, employees, and vendors who visit our building in a single day. We apologize for the inconvenience. The fee is $11.00 for unaltered dogs (dogs that have not been fixed) and $6.00 for altered dogs (dogs that have been fixed). schedule during this emergency in order to provide limited services to the The plan comes after Governor Mills stated last week that her Administration was considering opportunities for regional variation as part of its Restarting Maine’s Economy plan. “In addition to helping the economy recover, the ability for people to help support their local stores will help everyone’s mental well-being. We have created a website to update our residents on the latest information, links to agencies with oversight, as well as links to CDC, Maine CDC, and other technical agencies that are providing guidance. If you own or keep a dog that is six months of age or older, or within 10 days of moving to town, you are required to license your dog. We are in the process of moving several functions online for your convenience. In announcing these changes, the Administration today also released the health and safety guidance that rural retail stores and restaurants must follow. register a new car or truck, re-register your vehicle, or pay your taxes. Please allow up to an hour to complete. We expect to have everything in place in the next week. Dog licenses. if you are licensing a wolf hybrid, service/search or rescue dog or obtaining a kennel license please contact your Town Clerk at 938-4568. It is their goal to help make the democratic process work smoothly in hopes that a well-informed citizenry can participate in the day to day operations of their local government. Because of the number of outside labs that are testing samples from Maine, it is not currently possible to post a complete count of tests on a daily basis. Registration or license fees due. We will sanitize after each person exists and we sanitize our hands several times per day.