Tuesday November 3rd, Election Day
Voting will be held at the Trenton Town Office, Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd from 8am - 8pm.
Social Distancing and Masks are required
The Selectman's meeting on Election Day, will be held in the fire station.
School Evaluation Committee Report
The School Evaluation Committee will be presenting their report on November 9 at 7pm at the Town Office:
Masks are required.
Annual Town Meeting
Due to the Corvid-19 restrictions from the State, the Trenton Annual Town Meeting will be postponed to a date to be determined by the municipal offices and noticed through posting of the warrant.
Official Notice of Postponement
The Town Office is now open to the public and is allowing two customers at a time in the office. Face masks are required and we will provide one if needed. After 4pm a limit of 3 transactions per customer will be in place.
All residents should use on-line services whenever possible; however, you may still do registrations by calling the office. This would require also using the USPS, but without on-line computer access, it is a good alternative, it may just take longer.
Below are links for transactions that may be processed on-line:
Motor Vehicle Registration Renewals: www1.maine.gov/online/bmv/rapid-renewal/
Fishing, Hunt, ATV, Snowmobile, Boat: www5.informe.org/online/boat/
Property Tax Payments: epayment.informe.org/payportonline/welcome
Burn Permits: www.maineburnpermit.com
We will do our best to serve you in this unprecedented time. Please call us at 667-7207 if you have any questions.
Applying for a marriage license takes anywhere from 45 minutes to one hour. To avoid wait time, the Town Office recommends you call ahead and set up an appointment. At that time you should also check on the documents you may need when making out the forms. This will save you time and we will be able serve you better. Thank you.