CHANGE OF DATE
The January 13, 2021 Planning Board Meeting to hear the Gott’s Application for construction of 6 two-family structures containing 12 units total including access, power, storm water management and emergency access, on the East side of Route 3, Map 33, Lots 24 & 26 has been cancelled for that date and moves to 7PM January 27th at the Trenton Town Office.
This meeting is being set up as a “Go To Meeting” remote meeting. As soon as sign in information for the January 27th meeting is available it will be published on the Town of Trenton facebook page. Please monitor that site if you wish to remotely view the meeting.
Town Office Closures
The Town office will be closed Monday, January 18th to honor Martin Luther King Day.
The Town Office is open to the public and will allow 3 – 4 customers at a time in the lobby as they maintain appropriate social distancing. Face masks are required and we will provide one if needed.
After 4pm a limit of two transactions per customer is in place.
We hope to remain open to the public, but should the virus spiral upward again in this area, we may need to make other arrangements.
Please review the information below and whenever possible use the methods outlined.
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.