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Town of Plymouth, Maine 
1947 Moosehead Trail
Fax: (207) 257-2118 - Phone: (207) 257-4646   
Mailing Address:  PO Box 130, Plymouth ME  04969
Animal Control
Karen Chase - 651-8335
Burn Permits
Fire Chief:  Tyler 341-4395, 
Brad 416-7619
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. 
First Selectmen:  Linda Seavey Second Selectmen:  Michael Grass, Jr. Third Selectmen Ronald Latham
Purchase your recycling stickers @ the Newport 
Transfer Station. 
They are $5/YEAR.
For information on what you can dump, visit the Town Office or check out the 
Transfer Station's Website
ONLINE DOG LICENSE RENEWAL

Click HERE


Click on the link above to license your dog online on the State of Maine website. All dog licenses expire December 31st.  By State Law, dog license renewals are past due as of February 1st and a $25 late fee per dog applies.​ Proof of current rabies 
vaccination is required.
Register your ATVs and Snowmobiles and get your Hunting and Fishing Licenses online with Inland Fisheries.

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. 
The Newport Transfer Station will no longer be accepting building debris from surrounding towns or commercial businesses. Plymouth still has the $5.00/per year recycling sticker, which can be purchased at the Newport Transfer Station. Plymouth Residents can take their building debris to: Waste Management, 37 Mercer Rd. in Norridgewock. You can pick up an updated list @ the Town Office.
Town Office Hours

Monday: 11am - 6pm
Tuesday: 11am - 5pm
Wednes: 11am - 5pm
Thurs: 11am - 5pm
Friday: 7am - 12pm
SELECT BOARD MEETINGS

April 26, 2021 
@ 6 pm

* All meetings will be held at the Grange Hall unless otherwise specified.
Welcome to Plymouth! 
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. 
Planning Board Members:

    Norman Viger, Chairman 
    Erik Dow
    Vinal Teague
    Robin Lundstrom
    Ronald Latham

RSU #19 District Representatives:

    William MacDonald
    Kenneth Sands

Zoning Board of Appeals:

    Leon Hopkins
    Kris Fraser
    Dave Rowe    
    Eleanor Hopkins
    Ronald Green, Jr.

Comprehensive Plan Committee:

    Mike Seavey
    Mike Grass, Sr.
    Geri Richardson
    Norm Viger
    Mike Grass, Jr.
    Linda Seavey

​Recreation committee:

    Linda Currier
    Robert & Jessica Bowie  
    Bradley & Kristina Wheaton

Cemetery Committee:

    Douglas Woodard
    Robin Lundstrom
    Shirley Hopkins
    Linda Seavey

Preservation Committee:

    Linda Seavey
    Jennifer Kelley
    Ed Toulouse

Plymouth Pond Association:

    Robert Emrich
    Michael Seavey
    Laurine Farrar
    Valerie Flanders
    Jerry Dunivan

Veteran's Committee:

    Tonya Parker
    Kathy Condon
    Linda Seavey
Cemetery Information:

Currently, the only cemetery with available lots is the Sawyer Cemetery, located on Moosehead Trail (Route 7). 

Lots are available free to residents at this time. At the annual town meeting, townspeople will be asked to vote on a plan to start charging for lots to help with maintenance and upkeep of the cemetery. 

If you would like to reserve a lot, please contact Doug Woodard, Sexton, @ 207-249-9717. He will meet with you to show you where the lot will be located. You will be required to order corner markers for your lot from a professional monument company of your choice within 90 days of meeting with the Sexton. Failure to order the markers will result in forfeiture of the lot. 
Grange Hall Activities
DOT Pavement Preservation
Town Budget Meeting

Town Budget Meeting will be held at a later  date to allow us to have it outside.  You can get the 
town report at the Town 
Office or the Plymouth 
Village Store.

Click Here

The Town Office will be CLOSED on April 19th in observance of Patriot's Day. There will be no Selectmen's Meeting on that night. We will hold the Selectmen's Meeting on the following Monday, April 26th @ 6pm at the Grange Hall.
Dog Licenses due dates have been extended until June 2, 2021.
BURN PERMITS:
        Tyler Dean: 341-4395
        Bradley Foss: 416-7919
*You can also get them online for $7.00
Burn Permits Click Here