Welcome to the Town of Plymouth, Maine
1947 Moosehead Trail - PO Box 130
P. 207-257-4646 - F. 207-257-2118
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HOTLINE NUMBER FOR SOIL PREP ODOR COMPLAINTS​

​There is an odor hotline for reporting odors to Soil Preparations (207) 257-2437, which is supposed to be monitored 24/7/365 by an answering service company. PLEASE ALSO CALL Roger Johnstone of the DEP (207) 557-1173 or toll free (888) 769-1137. Please call even if your neighbor has already called. These phone logs are the only record of the frequency and severity of the issues. MDEP will not be able to confirm the occurrence of odor events unless they have the opportunity to respond and observe the odors within a reasonable time frame, so please call as soon as possible. 
Dog Licenses Click Here
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Burn Permits Click Here
Contact Us
Plymouth is a residential and agricultural community located in Penobscot County, with many opportunities for outdoor recreation including hunting, fishing and snowmobiling. Our community has a total area of 31 square miles, of which 29.73 is land and Plymouth Pond, and Martin Stream. 
Animal Control
Aaron Curtis - 745-5297
Burn Permits
Fire Chief:  Tyler 341-4395 
Brad 416-7919
Road Comm
Doug Colson - 341-1966
Sexton
Doug Woodard - 249-9717
Building/Plumbing
Randy Hall - 234-4006
Assessing Agent:  
Maine Assessment & Appraisal
Garnett Robinson CMA - 234-2822
Health Officer
Laurine Farrar
Selectmen, Assessors and Overseers of the Poor:  Please contact the Town Office
Phone Numbers
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Meetings​


ARPA Committee Meeting
December 1, 2022 @ 5 pm at the Town Office

Selectmen's Meeting
December 19, 2022 @ 6pm at the Town Office
Town Office Hours

Monday: 11am - 6pm
Tuesday: 11am - 5pm
Wednes: 11am - 5pm
Thurs: 11am - 5pm
Friday: 7am - 12pm
Paint Night

December 7th @ 6 pm
Grange Hall
The Town of Plymouth is accepting applications for an Animal Control Officer

This position is a part-time on-call flexible position. The ACO is responsible for ordinances/laws pertaining to domestic animals, transporting stray animals in need, and maintaining annual dog licensing and kennel inspections. 

Candidates must have own transportation and be able to become a State Certified ACO within (6) months of employment. Candidates shall not have a criminal nor adverse traffic record, shall hold an active Maine driver’s license and will be required to pass a background check.

Applications are on our website at townofplymouthmaine.com and at the Plymouth Town Office during regular office hours. Applications will be accepted until position is full. 

CMP will be performing line and pole work in Plymouth around Round Pond and the Troy Road. Estimated start date 12/12/2022 for approximately 3 weeks. CMP has provided Frequently Asked Questions About Their Distribution Line Inspections. (Below)