MAKE SURE1st – BE REGISTEREDIf you are not yet registered to vote, you need to submit a Maine Voter Registration ApplicationClick here for the links to the official State of Maine Secretary of State Website for the forms you need.
Call us to find out how we are getting all town business completed with the phone, drop box and mail. The Town Office will remain closed to walk in business at this time.
The Town Office service hours are :
11:00-7:00 on Tuesday 8:30-4:30 Wednesday-Friday 9:00 – 12:00 Saturday If you have town business that you cannot complete online, call during our service hours. We appreciate your patience while we work together.
*If you have questions, call us at 388-2866 or email us at email@example.com for more details.
With the Town Office closed, you have a few options for vehicle registration. If you have a re-registration with no changes (such as address), you may useRAPID RENEWALon the Bureau of Motor Vehicles website.
Here is a link to a WORKSHEET FOR RE-REGISTRATION . If you have trouble with the re-registration process, call us and we can help you through the steps or we can re-register your vehicle with our drop box.
The Select Board meeting scheduled for the second and fourth Tuesday, at 7:00 pm These meetings will be conducted remotely (online) with the use of the application ZOOM.
The Planning Board meetings are also held by ZOOM on the first and third Tuesdays at 6:30.
If you are interested in joining the meetings, please email the Town Office with your request, your name, address and email address. You will receive an invitation email on the Tuesday of the meeting which you will use as your link to the meeting. Email requests should be sent before 12:00 noon on the day of the meeting.
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Transfer Station stickers available at the Town Office. Ask for a new sticker when registering a new-to-you vehicle!
A new Brush Policy limits you to one truck load of residential a day. Learn more here: BRUSH POLICY
The Buckfield Sumner Transfer Station is once again accepting RECYCLED materials.
May 25, 2020The Swap Shop will remain closed until it is considered safe to operate. We regret the inconvenience and will announce on the websites of the towns of Buckfield and Sumner when the shop will be reopened. Please do not leave anything outside Swap Shop.
Clothing and shoes may be placed in the Apparel Impact bin next to the bin at the Sumner Town Office or the bin at the Hartford Sumner Elementary School.
Thank you for your cooperation!
FUTURE INTERNET PLANS
community representatives were present in Arrowsic on January 31st, 2020 to
hear the announcement that Sumner, Hartford and Hebron communities have been
awarded one of the ReConnect projects (for high speed internet services) being
funded by the USDA and Rural Development.
To license your dog, a current rabies certificate is needed. All altered dogs (neutered / spayed) have a $6 license fee. The fee for unaltered dogs is $11. A late fee of $25 will be added to each license starting February 1st.
BOTTLE DROP OFF ALL YEAR
The Sumner Scholarship Committee accepts bottles for redemption all year. Drop off your bag of bottles on the back porch of the Town Office anytime. Last year the Scholarship Committee raised over $1500 from bottle donations. Thanks to all of you who support this effort.
Fire Dept. | Town of Sumner
Fire Chief:Bob Stewart, tel. 357-5453
Fire Warden:Wally Litchfield, tel. 388-2402
Meetings: The 3rd Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m.
Volunteer Firefighter Training: 2nd Thursday in the Fire Barn at 6:30 p.m.