Plymouth, Maine
At the Town Office you can:

  • Register Motor Vehicles (please bring current proof of insurance)
  • Register to Vote (please bring proof of ID and residency)
  • License your dog (please bring proof of current rabies vaccination)      
  • Get Hunting/Fishing Licenses     
  • Get documents notarized free for Plymouth residents  
  • Pay Taxes         
  • Register ATV's, Boats, and Snowmobiles (please bring old reg.)            
  • Get Marriage Licenses $40.00
  • Get Marriage, Death, and Birth Certified copies $15 for the first copy $6 for each additional copy (bring proof of ID)
  • Pay Property Taxes
  • Apply for building or plumbing permits     
  • Photocopies 
         Regular (8 1/2 x 11) - $0.25
         Faxing - $1.00 1st pg,       
         additional pages $0.50
         Tax Maps: 
         Blank - $1.00
         With names - $25.00
         Copy of Zoning/
         Subdivision - $15.00
         Taxpayer Mailing List
         electronic - $10.00
         Commitment book-$25.00
         Reg. Voter List - $10.00
         Marriage License - $40.00
         Non-Res. Notary Fee $5.00

​You may pay by cash, check, or credit card. Please be aware that if you use a credit card, there will be a fee of 2.5% or $1 whichever is greater. This fee is charged by Payport, the State of Maine credit card processing system, not the town.

We are closed on all weekends and legal State of Maine Holidays.

Voting takes place at the Grange Hall, 1927 Moosehead Trail, for all State of Maine elections. Voter registration takes place at the Town Office during office hours, and at the polls on election day. If you are registering to vote, please bring proof of identification and proof of residency with you. If you  do not have proof of residency or id, or if you have any other questions, please call the Town Office at 257-4646. 

Vital Records:

Certified copies of birth, death, or marriage records are available for $15 for the first copy, and $6 for each additional copy. In order to get a copy of your own vital record, you will need proof of identity. If you are seeking copies of a relative's vital record, you will need proof of lineage or relationship. 
OR  You may wish to order directly from the Maine State office of Vital Records. They have partnered with a company called VitalChek Network Inc. to allow for processing of orders online.

Marriage Licenses $40

Due to limited personnel, no marriage licenses will be processed within 1 hour of closing time without prior approval. 
Please call 257-4646. 

We appreciate receiving the completed marriage intentions form in advance if possible. An appointment is preferred, but not required. 

First, you will need to complete the Intentions of Marriage Form in black ink only, then sign it in front of a Notary Public or the Town Clerk.

You may download the form from the State of Maine website: 

​Please fill out the entire form. If you do not know the answer, you may leave it blank or indicate N/A. 

Both parties must be present at the office to sign the completed marriage license, with proof of identification.

If this is not your first marriage, you will also need to provide a certified copy of divorce decree. If you are a widow or widower, you will need to provide a certified death certificate. 

Please plan on 30-45 minutes to receive your Marriage License.

ATV's, Boats, and Snowmobiles

Renewal registrations must bring either their old registration or the VIN number from the vehicle. New registrations from a private sale require a bill of sale clearly listing the VIN number, year, make and model of the vehicle. New registrations from a dealer require the vehicle information and proof of sales tax payment.

We cannot register a boat without a HIN. If your boat does not have a HIN you will need to apply for a HIN through IF&W. 
​Manufactured boats: All manufactured boats that were built in 2000 and after will need to be inspected by a
Game Warden or Marine Patrol officer before a number will be assigned. Manufactured boats built in 1999 or
before are not required to be inspected but still must be assigned a number.
Homemade boats: Homemade boats are not required to be inspected but still must be assigned a number.

Motor Vehicle Registrations


If you are renewing your registration, you will need your old registration, proof of insurance, and mileage. 
New registrations:
If you purchased a vehicle from a private owner, you will need the vehicle title (for 1995 or newer vehicles), proof of insurance, mileage, and a bill of sale.
If you purchased a vehicle from a dealer, you will need the blue CTA title application, proof of insurance, mileage, and proof of payment of sales tax.

Note: IF you are required to file an SR-22 certificate, you will pay excise only at the Town Office, and complete your registration at the Motor Vehicle office. 

Dog Licensing

Dog licenses are due annually by December 31st. They are available beginning October 15th. 
For more information, please visit the Animal Control page. 
The board of Selectmen also serve as assessors and overseers of the poor.  Plymouth has three selectmen, and they are elected annually in March. 

​The Selectboard serves in a part-time capacity as the executive arm of the government, administering, enforcing, and carrying out the decisions made at the town meeting. State laws grant the board some legislative powers as well when it comes to regulating vehicles, public ways, and public property.

Selectmen's Meetings are held on the third Monday each month at 6 p.m. at the Town Office, excepting holidays. These meetings are open to the public. If you have an item you would like to discuss with the board, please contact the town office at least one week prior to the meeting to have it added to the agenda. 

Our Selectmen attend yearly workshops and have successfully completed the Elected Officials Workshop by the Maine Municipal Association on October 29, 2019. 

Meetings are held at the The Grange Hall at 6 p.m. the third Monday of every month.

Additional meetings or date changes will be posted at the town office and on our website

The annual town meeting is held on the third Saturday in March at 10 am at the Grange Hall. Unless otherwise specified. 

Voting for Municipal Officers is held at the Town Office the Friday before town meeting, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

If you are interested in running for office, nomination papers (to get your name on the ballot) will be available in December. 
Planning Board Members:

    Norman Viger, Chairman 2024
    Donn Chamberlain 2025
    Vinal Teague 2026
Jim Roy 2022
    Robin Lundstrom 2023

  RSU #19 District Representatives:

   Tonya Parker 2022
David Cameron 2024

Zoning Board of Appeals:

Kris Fraser 2024
Ed Toulouse 2025
Mary Smith 2025
Matt Dillon 2025
Becky Woodard 2025

Comprehensive Plan Committee:

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

​Recreation committee:

    Linda Currier
Linda Seavey
Amie Dooley
Kristina and Brad Wheaton

Cemetery Committee:

Linda Seavey
Kathy Condon
Michelle Gray
Ardis Holt
    Robin Lundstrom

Preservation Committee:

    Linda Seavey
    Jennifer Kelley
    Ed Toulouse
Kathy Condon
Laurie Giles
Teresa Grant

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 $200 for residents and $1,000 for non-residents.  

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 - your payment will NOT be refunded.