Press Release-Virtual Meetings

PRESS RELEASE

Release Date: March 27, 2020

VIRTUAL MEETINGS

The Municipal Building is currently closed to the public and this includes attendance to various meetings. To keep the public informed we are working with Lake Region Television to do live stream of our meetings and to allow public participation we have set up a virtual meeting platform. In order to participate in selected meetings you will need to call an assigned telephone number and access number. These numbers will be different for each meeting. This information will be posted in advance on our website, social media and will be noted on each posted agenda. Any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at 207-803­-9959.

Georgiann M. Fleck, Public Information Officer
Town of Bridgton

**UPDATED** MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

PRESS RELEASE

March 18, 2020

RE: COVID-19 Update

The Town of Bridgton has made the decision to close the Town Office to the public effective Thursday, March 19th through Friday, April 3rd, re-opening April 6th.  Essential personnel will be working remotely, monitoring emails and phone messages. We apologize for any inconvenience, but continuing to reduce the risk of exposure will help avoid further shut down. Our priority is keeping our employees and community both safe and informed.

Updates will be provided via our web-site https://bridgtonmaine.org/ and FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/bridgtontown/.  This situation is ongoing, and subject to change pending additional information and updates.

Board and Committee Meetings are suspended until further notice. Any changes in schedule will be posted on our web-site and FaceBook pages.  More information on events scheduling may be found:  https://bridgtonmaine.org/events/

The Bridgton Town Office is closed to the public effective Thursday, March 19th through Friday, April 3rd, re-opening Monday, April 6th.  Hours of operation will be re-evaluated at that time.  Please note – many services are supported on-line, such as licensing, permitting, and payments. A limited number of Staff will be on-site daily, monitoring phones and email.

A secure drop box is located at the main entrance of the Town Office. This drop box may be used for payments, applications, and General Assistance documentation. Processing and distribution of USPS Mail will be limited to twice weekly.

General Assistance applications will be processed by phone only, Tuesdays and Thursdays during the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.  For more information on the application process and program requirements, please visit: https://bridgtonmaine.org/seek-assistance/ or call Laurie Chadbourne, Town Clerk at 207-803-9950.

Bridgton Recreation Department and Old Town Hall – the Town Hall is closed and all programs are cancelled through April 3rd. Program cancelations include ALL Town Hall Gym facility programs. At this time spring sports programs including pre-season baseball, softball, and lacrosse and current after-school programs have all been suspended until further notice with the intent to still have spring programming and a sports season.

The Recreation Department will still accept registrations for all spring and summer program.  Please visit https://bridgtonmaine.org/bridgton-recreation/ for on-line registration.  For additional questions, please contact Gary Colello, Recreation Director, 207-647-1126 or by email: gcolello@bridgtonmaine.org.

Bridgton Public Safety: The Iredale entrance will remain locked, anyone needing police assistance can use the call box phone outside the Police Station or call us direct at the non-emergency phone number: 207-647-8814.

The following public services have been suspended: fingerprinting, concealed weapons permit processing, burn permit assistance, and the medication drop box.

The Public Safety department will not be accepting gifts such as pastries, cards of thanks, fudge, and other tokens of generosity that are often brought to the PD.

Officers are dedicated to providing this community with the highest level of public safety. If you have an emergency please call 911 and we’ll be there.  For more information: https://bridgtonmaine.org/police/

Bridgton Public Services, 31 Willet Road: Essential staff will be on-site regular hours, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday but is closed to the public. Please contact David Madsen with questions or concerns at 207-647-1127 or by email: dmadsen@bridgotnmaine.org.

The Transfer Station, 118 Sandy Creek Road, will remain open regular hours, 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Staff has implemented measures to limit potential exposure – staff have been directed not to help unload vehicles and the store is closed to the public.  Any questions should be directed to David Madsen, Public Services Director, 207-647-1127 or by email: dmadsen@bridgtonmaine.org.

Town Staff are monitoring calls and emails. A full list of staff and department phone numbers can be found on-line at: https://bridgtonmaine.org/staff-directory/ and are listed below.

Robert A. Peabody, Jr., Town Manager

207-803-9958

rpeabody@bridgtonmaine.org

Georgiann M. Fleck, Deputy Town Manager

207-803-9959

gmfleck@bridgtonmaine.org

Todd Perreault, EMA Director

207-803-9971

ema@bridgtomaine.org

Catherine Pinkham, Health Officer

207-803-9064

Healthofficer@bridgtonmaine.org

Richard Stillman, Police Chief

207-803-9976

rstillman@bridgtonmaine.org

Tom Harriman, Fire Chief

207-803-9955

firechief@bridgtonmaine.org

Laurie Chadbourne, Town Clerk

207-803-9950

lchadbourne@bridgtonmaine.org

Brenda Day, Code Enforcement Officer

207-803-9963

bday@bridgtonmaine.org

Charisse Keach, Finance Officer

207-803-9957

ckeach@bridgtonmaine.org

Linda LaCroix, Community Development

207-803-9956

llacroix@brigtonmaine.org

David Madsen, Public Services Director

207-647-1127

dmadsen@bridgtonmaine.org

Gary Colello, Recreation Director

207-647-1126

gcolello@bridgtonmaine.org

211 Maine provides free, confidential information and referral services, by phone, text or email.

  • Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695)
  • Text your ZIP code to 898-211
  • Email info@211maine.org
  • 211 is TTY and Video Relay accessible if calling from Maine
  • Visit www.maine.gov/dhhs/coronavirus

Additional COVID-19 information, updated daily, is available from the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCov/

https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/epi/airborne/coronavirus.shtml

 

If you have questions, please contact Robert A. Peabody, Jr. at 207-803-9958 or by email: rpeabody@bridgtonmaine.org

Liston E. Eastman
Chairman, Board of Selectmen

Robert A. Peabody
Town Manager

Notice of Auction of Tax-Acquired Property

** UPDATE **

AUCTION POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 2020 AT 10:00 A.M.

Notice of Auction of Tax-Acquired Property

5.43 ACRE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

461 Portland Road, Bridgton, Maine

Formerly known as The First and Last Motel

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with MRS Title 36, §943 and the Town of Bridgton Policy on Disposition of Tax Acquired Properties, a public sale will be conducted on March 27, 2020 commencing at 10:00 a.m. at the Bridgton Municipal Complex, 3 Chase Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, Maine 04009.

Real Estate: Consists of a 5.4 +/- acre parcel with 620 +/- ft. of frontage on Portland Road/Route 302. As-is, where-is. Refer to Tax Map 5, Lot 7.

Preview: For an interior inspection, contact Robert A. Peabody, Jr, Bridgton Town Manager at 207-647-8786.

Terms:  Minimum bid: $40,000. Required demolition and removal deposit: $25,000, by certified check or money order, made payable to the Town of Bridgton. The winning bidder will be required to demolish and remove from the property the former motel building(s). The property will be sold by public auction subject to all outstanding municipal assessments.  Conveyance of the property will be by Municipal Quitclaim Deed. All other terms will be announced at the public sale.

For more information CLICK HERE or contact Robert A. Peabody, Jr., Bridgton Town Manager, 207-647-8786

Christopher Grant

Auctioneer ME Lic #1489

294 So. High Street, Bridgton, ME

Streetscape Project Notice March 17, 2020

Main Street construction begins ramping up this week as weather allows.  Crews began working along Main Street on Tuesday, March 17th.  Lamp Post installation continues along the east side of Main St.

There may be brief closures of sections of sidewalk during this installation, but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible.  If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Field Electric wiring a newly installed lamp post on the corner of Main and Elm Streets

MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

PRESS RELEASE

March 16, 2020

RE: COVID-19 Update

The Town of Bridgton is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and will make additional decisions as the situation warrants.  The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has recommended Social Distancing to help mitigate the spread of this highly contagious virus. Our goal is to provide essential services while also protecting our employees and residents. We apologize for any inconvenience, but reducing the risk of exposure will help avoid a full shut down. When in doubt, please call first – our priority is keeping our employees and community both safe and informed.

Updates will be provided via our web-site https://bridgtonmaine.org/ and FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/bridgtontown/.  This situation is ongoing, and subject to change pending additional information and updates.

Board and Committee Meetings are being held as scheduled.  Any changes in schedule will be posted on our web-site and FaceBook pages.  More information on events scheduling may be found:  https://bridgtonmaine.org/events/

The Bridgton Town Office will be open regular hours, Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m., until further notice. At this time, in-office services will be limited to one customer at a time. Please note – many services are supported on-line, such as licensing, permitting, vital records, and payments. Clerks are available by phone to answer questions and assist citizens with on-line services wherever possible.  Please visit https://bridgtonmaine.org/town-clerk/ or call 207-647-8786 for more information.

A secure drop box is located at the main entrance of the Town Office.  Hard copies of applications and permits will be available in the lobby of the Town Office. Remember – when in doubt, please call first!

The Code Enforcement Officer is available by appointment only. Forms and applications are available on-line: https://bridgtonmaine.org/code-enforcement/. Please call in advance with questions and to make an appointment: Brenda Day, 207-803-9963 or bday@bridgtonmaine.org.

The Community Development Director is available by appointment only. Contact Linda LaCroix at 207-803-9956 or by email: LLaCroix@bridgtonmaine.org.

Effective Tuesday, March 17th, General Assistance applications will be processed by phone only, Tuesdays and Thursdays during the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.  For more information on the application process and program requirements, please visit: https://bridgtonmaine.org/seek-assistance/ or call 207-647-8786.

Bridgton Recreation Department and Old Town Hall – the Town Hall will be closed and all programs are cancelled effective March 17th through March 31st. Program cancelations include ALL Town Hall Gym facility programs. At this time spring sports programs including pre-season baseball, softball, and lacrosse and current after-school programs have all been suspended until further notice with the intent to still have spring programming and a sports season.

The Recreation Department will still accept registrations for all spring and summer program.  Please visit https://bridgtonmaine.org/bridgton-recreation/ for on-line registration.  For additional questions, please contact Gary Colello, Recreation Director, 207-647-1126 or by email: gcolello@bridgtonmaine.org.

Bridgton Public Safety is asking the public to report concerns via phone, 207-647-8814 when possible. Regular office hours are being maintained until further notice – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.  For more information: https://bridgtonmaine.org/police/

Bridgton Public Services, 31 Willet Road, will remain open regular hours, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday.  Please contact David Madsen with questions or concerns at 207-647-1127 or by email: dmadsen@bridgotnmaine.org.

The Transfer Station, 118 Sandy Creek Road, will remain open regular hours, 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Staff will be implementing measures to limit potential exposure. Out of an abundance of caution, Transfer Station staff have been directed not to help unload vehicles.  Any questions should be directed to David Madsen, Public Services Director, 207-647-1127 or by email: dmadsen@bridgtonmaine.org.

Town Staff are available and actively responding to calls and emails. A full list of staff and department phone numbers can be found on-line at: https://bridgtonmaine.org/staff-directory/

The public is encouraged to subscribe to our e-mail alert system for up to date information on services and closures, by visiting our web-site:  https://bridgtonmaine.org/#contact.

211 Maine provides free, confidential information and referral services, by phone, text or email.

  • Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695)
  • Text your ZIP code to 898-211
  • Email info@211maine.org
  • 211 is TTY and Video Relay accessible if calling from Maine
  • Visit www.maine.gov/dhhs/coronavirus

 

Additional COVID-19 information, updated daily, is available from the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCov/

https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/epi/airborne/coronavirus.shtml

 

If you have questions, please contact Robert A. Peabody, Jr. at 207-647-8786 or by email: rpeabody@bridgtonmaine.org

 

Liston E. Eastman
Chairman, Board of Selectmen

Robert A. Peabody
Town Manager

Streetscape Project Notice March 16, 2020

Main Street construction begins ramping up this week as weather allows.  We anticipate that the crews will be working along Main Street starting at the top of the hill by the monument and working their way east.

There may be brief closures of sections of sidewalk during this installation, but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible.  If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Bridgton BMV Mobile Unit (Licensing & ID’s) suspended until further notice

BMV mobile unit visits suspended to minimize potential for virus exposure

March 13, 2020
Secretary of State

Contact: Kristen Muszynski, 207-626-8404/ 207-441-7638

AUGUSTA – Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is suspending visits from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles Mobile Units until further notice, to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Maine.

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) sends its mobile units to 19 locations across the State, in areas that are a significant distance away from one of the 13 BMV branches. These mobile units set up in municipal and community buildings 1-3 times per month to provide BMV services.

Effective Monday, March 16, these visits will be suspended until further notice.

“As the COVID-19 virus threatens to spread across our State, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles is doing its part for prevention by suspending mobile unit operations, which will reduce the possibility of transporting the virus from a mobile unit site to one of branches,” said Secretary Dunlap. While we recognize that this presents a significant inconvenience for many Mainers, our priority is to keep our employees and customers safe, and this is a simple step we can take toward that goal.

Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap encourages all Mainers to use the BMV’s online services or visit a branch office to conduct transactions during this time. All Bureau of Motor Vehicles offices continue to be open to the public during regular business hours.

The offices of AAA can also process some BMV transactions such as issuance of State ID Cards and Class C, non-CDL driver’s license renewals and replacements (duplicates) that do not require such changes as a name change; a new photograph; or a change in restrictions and/or endorsements on a driver’s license. A list of all affected mobile units, BMV branch offices and AAA offices is available on the BMV website at https://www.maine.gov/sos/bmv/locations/index.html .

The Department of the Secretary of State is promoting adherence to the Centers for Disease Control recommendations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, both internally for employees, and for the general public who visit our offices. These include:

  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects daily.

Those who are unable to conduct their transactions online and have concerns about visiting a branch in person should call the BMV Main Office at 207-624-9000.

LINK TO MAINE.GOV PRESS RELEASE

COVID-19 Information

Maine CDC COVID-19 Information (updated daily)

The Maine CDC is preparing for the potential spread in Maine of the respiratory illness called COVID-19, caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The CDC urges Maine people to practice good hand hygiene, cover coughs and sneezes, and stay home if you are sick. If you are concerned that you have been exposed to COVID-19, call your health care provider, who will determine whether you should be tested and, as appropriate, submit a sample for testing.

How can I help to prevent the spread?

There are simple steps you can take to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses such as influenza and the common cold:

  1. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  2. Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  4. Stay home while you’re sick and avoid close contact with others

Currently there is no vaccine available to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

What should I do if I have symptoms?

Call ahead to a health care professional if you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing. Tell your health care professional about any recent travel or contact with other COVID-19 cases. Your healthcare professional will work with Maine CDC to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

More information is available on the U.S. CDC’s What You Should Know page.

Contact 211 Maine for answers to frequently asked questions on COVID-19:

• Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695)
• Text your ZIP code to 898-211
• Email info@211maine.org
• 211 is TTY and Video Relay accessible if calling from Maine
• Visit www.maine.gov/dhhs/coronavirus

Additional Resources: 

CMHC COVID-19 Preparedness

CDC COVID-19 Fact Sheet 1

CDC COVID-19 Fact Sheet 2

CDC COVID-19 Preparation

CDC COVID-19 Symptoms

CDC Sick with COVID-19

CDC Stop Spread of Germs

CANCELLED Public Hearing on Proposed Land Use Ordinance and amendments to ordinances to allow and regulate certain marijuana establishments

Town of Bridgton

SPECIAL HEARING CANCELLED

The Planning Board for the Town of Bridgton will hold a Public Hearing at 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 in the Downstairs Meeting Room, 10 Iredale Street entrance of the Municipal Building in Bridgton, to hear public comment on proposed amendments to the Land Use Ordinance and amendments to Bridgton ordinances to allow and regulate certain marijuana establishments.

Proposed amendments can be reviewed at the Town Office.

Please direct any questions to Linda LaCroix, Community Development Director. llacroix@bridgtonmaine.org or 207-803-9956

 

 

INVITATION TO BID – LOWER MAIN STREET RECONSTRUCTION

NOTICE TO BIDDERS – INVITATION TO BID

LOWER MAIN STREET RECONSTRUCTION

 

**UPDATE**

Bid deadline has been extended

Bids will be received until 2:00PM local time on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read at the Owner’s Office

 

The Town of Bridgton, ME will receive separate sealed Bids for the construction of Lower Main Street Reconstruction. The Project consists of reclamation and reconstruction of approximately 2500 linear feet of paved roadway which includes, but is not limited to, storm drainage improvements, construction of new sidewalk, installation of granite and bituminous curbing, paving, construction of bike lanes, streetscape amenities, installation of street lights with buried electrical conduit, and landscaping and all materials equipment, services and construction inherent to the Project; and the installation of approximately 3,150 linear feet of new water main, all associated connection pipes and appurtenances necessary to fully replace the existing cast and ductile iron water main sections within the project site, new valve and hydrant installations, as well as new services to be installed and connected to existing customer service pipes within the right of way.  Bids will be received from a single prime Contract.  Bids shall be on a lump sum price and unit price basis, as indicated in the Bid Form.

A non-mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the “Owner’s Office,” 3 Chase St, Suite 1, Bridgton, ME, Attention: Robert A. Peabody, Jr., at 1:00PM Wednesday, March 4th. Bids will be received until 2:00PM local time on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read at the Owner’s Office. The Contract Documents may be examined at the Owner’s Office starting on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.

The Contract Documents may be examined, and electronic copies may be obtained at the Issuing Office, Milone & MacBroom, Inc., 121 Middle Street, Suite 201, Portland, ME 04101 on or after 4:00PM on February 24, 2020.  Contact Michael F. Zarba at 207-888-0129 or via email at mzarba@mminc.com for inquiries regarding this project, including obtaining a copy of the Contract Documents.

Streetscape Public Notice – Tuesday, March 3, 2020 LAMP POSTS

Beginning this week, contractors will be installing lamp post bases and poles along the north side of Main Street as long as weather permits.

There may be brief closures of sections of sidewalk during this installation, but the contractor will work to ensure access is restored as quickly as possible.  If any business or property owners have trouble accessing their buildings, please let us know so we can do whatever we can to address your concerns.

Colin Dinsmore, PE
HEB Engineers, Inc

Clean up the Signs!

Most Bridgton residents know that a new Sign Ordinance went into effect on June 11, 2019 -but you may not be aware of some of the changes. It is important to review the ordinance to ensure you are not in violation.

In early Spring, Code Enforcement will be notifying those not in compliance and requiring removal. Take a moment now and ensure you are adhering to regulations.

Please contact Brenda Day, Code Enforcement Officer or Kari Downs, Administrative Assistant with any questions.

Thank you!

NOTICE OF ROAD POSTING

The Town of Bridgton Roads will be posted in accordance with MRS Title 29-A Section 2395 effective March 4, 2020.

This is done to protect our roadways from damage during the thaw cycle.

**PLEASE NOTE -PAVED ROADS LISTED BELOW & ALL DIRT ROADS WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE **

For more information please contact the Town Office, 207-647-8786 or David Madsen, Public Services Director, 207-647-2326 or 207-647-1127

SOUTH BRIDGTON

Burnham Road, Willis Park Road, Ingalls Road, Fosterville Road (to end), Winn Road, Swamp Road, North Road, Raspberry Lane, Camp Pondicherry Road, Pinhook Rd, Wildwood and Moose Cove Lodge.

WEST BRIDGTON

Mountain Road, Hio Ridge Road, Sam Ingalls Road, Whitney Road, Highland Pines Road, Millbrook Road, Harmon Road, Issac Stevens Road, Kilgore Road, Cedar Drive, East Pondicherry Road, West Pondicherry Road and South Bay Road (Knights Hill Development).

NORTH BRIDGTON

Highland Road, Chadbourne Hill Road, Upper Ridge Road, Middle Ridge Road, Monk Road, Kimball Road, Highland Point Development.

VILLAGE AREA

Kansas Road, Lower Main Street, Pond Road, Dugway Road, Mt. Henry Road, Zion Hill Road, Smith Ave.

PUBLIC HEARING – PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO LUO

The Municipal Officers of the Town of Bridgton will hold a Public Hearing at 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, February 18 in the Downstairs Meeting Room, 10 Iredale Street entrance of the Municipal Building in Bridgton, to hear public comment on proposed amendments to the Land Use Ordinance.

Proposed amendments can be reviewed at the Town Office. Go here for the meeting agenda.

Please direct any questions to Linda LaCroix, Community Development Director.

 

The Public Hearing is rescheduled for Wednesday, February 19, 2020 @ 5pm.

Lakes Region Explorer 2020 Schedule & Route Updates

The Lakes Region Explorer is now officially stopping at the Bridgton Hospital after the schedule departure time from the Bridgton Community Center, and doing a one-way loop through Downtown Bridgton via Main St. and South High St.

Beginning this year there is a new bus on the road!  Seasonal summer service will be provided each Saturday from Memorial Day through Labor Day – each Saturday there will be three (3) round-trip rides beginning with an 8:30 a.m. departure from Bridgton and with a last trip leaving Portland at 4:20 p.m.

 

Rates:
$3 – ONE WAY TRIP
$2 – STUDENTS (w/ID)
$2 – SENIORS (65+)
$2 – PEOPLE w/DISABILITIES
$25 – 10-RIDE PASS
$50 – MONTHLY PASS
Children 5 & under free (w/ fare paying adult)

More information, including a revised brochure with schedule, rates and route is available on the Town of Bridgton website: https://bridgtonmaine.org/public-transportation/ and the RTP website: http://rtprides.org/lakes-region-explorer/

DOG LICENSE REMINDER

Dog registrations can be obtained and renewed in person at any time here at the Town Offices. You can also obtain or renew your dog’s registration online via the State of Maine dog licensing service — this service is only available from Oct. 15 to Jan. 31.  After January 31st, licenses must be obtained in person.

Either way, you will need to have the following items on hand:

– Credit Card (or cash/check, if registering/renewing in person)
– License/Tag number (Renewal only)
– State of Maine Rabies certificate
– Veterinarian’s name and phone number
– Spay or Neuter Certificate (if your dog has been “fixed”)

2020 Licensing fees are as follows:

$11.00 Male/Female
$6.00 Neutered/Spayed
$30.00 Nuisance Dog
$100.00 Dangerous Dog
$42.00 Kennel
$1.00 Replacement Licenses

Kindly be advised that a late fee will be imposed after January 31st, 2020:
$25.00 Male/Female; $70.00 Nuisance Dogs; $150.00 Dangerous Dogs

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT: https://www1.maine.gov/online/dog_license/faq.html