Town Clerk: Bryan Kaenrath email@example.com
Treasurer: Bryan Kaenrath
Tax Collector: Bryan Kaenrath
Deputy Town Clerks:
Cheri Robinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherri Cox email@example.com
Michelle Leighton firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Community Center and Prospect Harbor Women's Club are available for practices, recreational activities, and meetings. Contact the Town Office for full details.
The Town Clerks Office is located at the Town Office at 59 Main Street, Prospect Harbor, Maine 04669, and may be contacted at (207) 963-5589. Check here for office hours .
We provide the following services:
1.) Licenses available: marriage, births, dogs, fish & game, liquor,New & Renewal Motor Vehicle Registration
2.) Pay taxes, purchase certified copies of birth, death, and marriage
3.) Register to vote and vote by absentee.
4.) Notary services, no fee.
5.) Maintain cemetery records.
6.) We issue motor vehicle, ATV, boat, snowmobile, and trailer
Please have the following documentation with you when registering or re-registering your motor vehicle:
Re-Registration: Current insurance card; old registration; mileage
New Registration from a Dealer: Blue Title Application Form; Sales slip showing you paid sales tax;current insurance card for new vehicle; mileage; window sticker if for a brand new vehicle.
New Registration from a Private Sale: Bill of sale; current insurance on vehicle; title if it is a 1995 or newer; mileage. If you purchased more than one item resulting in one bill of sale, please be prepared to show the amounts paid for each.
New Registration from another state: Vehicle registration from previous state; current insurance card; title if it is a 1995 or newer; mileage.
Re-Registration through the Mail: A copy of your current insurance card; mileage; payment in the amount of the registration; a self addressed stamped envelope to the address where the registration is to be sent; and the answers to the following two questions:
1 - Is your registration under suspension?
2 - Do you have to file an SR-22 certificate?
All dogs must be licensed once the dog reaches the age of 6 months. The licensing period is from January 1st to December 31st of each year.
Dog licenses are available October 15th for the upcoming year. After January 31st, a State-imposed $25.00 late fee will be charged for each unlicensed dog. If the dog remains unlicensed, further action may be taken if necessary.
To register your dog in person at the Town Office, you must bring your dog's spay/neuter certificate (if applicable) and current rabies certificate (with the State seal). You may also register your dog online by having the spay/neuter certificate (if applicable) and rabies certificate and your credit or debit card and visiting this site: https://www10.informe.org/dog_license .
Hunting & Fishing Licenses
You may acquire a hunting or fishing license in person at the Town Office or online. To do this online, please visit https://www5.informe.org/online/moses/ .
Births, Deaths, Marriages
You must provide identification and have a direct and legitimate interest to obtain a copy of a vital record.
Certified copies of birth, death and marriage certificates that occurred in Gouldsboro or involve residents of Gouldsboro are normally available at the Town Clerk's Office. The Fee is $15.00 for the first copy and $6.00 for each additional copy of the same document provided at the same time. Regular copies are only $2.00 each.
BIRTH RECORDS - Are available at the town office in the town where the child was born, at the town office where the mother was living at the time of the birth, and through the Maine Office of Vital Records 207-287-1919 or 1-888-664-9491.
Birth Certificate Request Form
MARRIAGE RECORDS - Are available at the town office of the bride's residence, town office of the groom's residence, town office at the place of marriage, and the Maine Office of Vital Statistics 207-287-1919 or 1-888-664-9491.
Marriage Certificate Request Form
DEATH RECORDS - Are available at the town office at the place of death, at the town office at the residence of the deceased, and the Maine Office of Vital Records 207-287-1919 or 1-888-664-9491.
Death Certificate Request Form
Vital Records information can also be accessed through http://www.vitalcheck.com or by calling their toll-free number, 1-800-255-2414.
Residents of the state intending to be joined in marriage shall record the notice of their intentions in the office of the clerk of the municipality in which at least one of them resides. If only one of the parties resides in the state, the parties shall file their intentions in the office of the clerk of the municipality in which the resident resides. If both parties reside out of the state, they may file their intentions in any municipal office. The cost of the license is $20.00 per person ($40.00 total) payable to the clerk in the municipality.
IF&W Information https://www.maine.gov/ifw/index.shtml .
ME State Law & Legislative Referance Library https://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/index.htm .
Passports http://travel.state.gov/ .
State of Maine https://www.maine.gov/ .
Vital Records Information https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/bohodr/ovrpage.htm .
What is Maine law on... https://www.maine.gov/legis/lawlib/whatis.htm .
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