Frozen Berries
Frozen Berries

Town Clerk 

Jodie Martin

Below you will find information on the different types of transactions you can do at the Town Office through the Clerk. Feel free to call with any questions or comments! (207)-342-5544

 
  • Vehicle Registrations

    Vehicle Registrations are due every year on the month anniversary of when you first registered it. 

    Things I need for Re-Registrations:

    • Current Insurance on the vehicle being registered

    • Current Mileage on the vehicle being registered

    • Last Year's Registration if you have it

    Things I need for a New Registration (Private Sale):

    • Bill of Sale (date, amount paid, VIN# of vehicle, as well as Make/Model/Year)

    • Signed Title (both seller and purchaser need to sign the back)

    • Insurance for new vehicle

     

    Things I need for a New Registration (Dealer Sale)

    • Sales Receipt (to show sales tax was paid)

    • Copy of Title Application (Blue form)

    • Maroney Label (if brand new car)

    • Insurance for new vehicle

    • Lease agreement (if leased)

    For more information on vehicle registrations, please visit the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles here:

    Bureau of Motor Vehicles (maine.gov)

  • Dog Licenses

    The State of Maine requires all dog owners to register their dogs every year.  Dogs can be registered any time between October 15th, and January 31st for the new year. A late fee of $25 per dog is charged starting February 1st. If the dog is new the the Town, there is a 10 day period for you to come to the Town Office and register it without a penalty. Dogs can be registered online during the open period of October 15th - January 31st. You can do that here: State of Maine Dog Licensing Online Purchasing & Renewal Service

  • Boat Registrations

    The State of Maine requires all motorboats of any size to be registered. Boat registrations must in part be done at your local Town Office to pay the Excise Tax that is due. Boat Registrations go from January 1st to December 31st of each year. Please visit the Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website for more information. Boating: Fishing & Boating: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

  • Snowmobile Registrations

    The State of Maine requires any snowmobile that is being ridden on a public way, to be registered. The cost of a snowmobile registration for Maine Residents is $46 (at the Town Office). To learn more about the laws, regulations, or to register your snowmobile online, please visit: Snowmobiles: ATV & Snowmobile: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

  • ATV Registrations

    The State of Maine requires all ATV's that are being ridden on public ways also be registered. Please keep in mind, all ATV registrations go from June to June each year. If you would like to register you ATV online please visit: ATV & Snowmobile: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

  • Hunting & Fishing Licenses

    All Hunting and Fishing licenses can be purchased at your local Town Office! We can do individual licenses, or combos, lifetimes or juniors. We also have the law books for both hunting and fishing available in the office.

     

    If you would like to buy a hunting license online, please visit Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website here: Hunting & Trapping: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

    If you would like to buy a fishing license online, please visit Inland Fisheries and Wildlife hereFishing: Fishing & Boating: Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

  • Birth Certificates

    By Maine law birth records less than 75 years old are considered private. If order to inspect these documents, or to obtain copies, an individual must prove that they are permitted by law to do so. For birth records that would be:

    • The person named on the record,

    • The person's spouse or registered domestic partner,

    • The parent(s) named on the record,

    • Descendants of the person named on the record (including children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren to the most remote degree),

    • The legal custodian, guardian, or authorized representative of the person named on the record, and

    • Genealogists who have a researcher card issued by the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Data, Research and Vital Statistics

    Birth Records can be requested online, or through your local Town Office. All requests must come through an application form, whether to be submitted to the State of Maine, or at the Town Office. A link is provided below to the online application for a copy of a birth record, which can also be printed and submitted to the Clerk. Please note that ID must be shown at the Town Office to accompany any vitals requests. The cost is $15 for the first certified copy, and $6 for any additional copies. 

    MAINE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - Birth Certificate Application

    For more information on Maine birth records, please visit the Maine State Website below.

    Order records - Maine Vital Records(Marriage) - Division of Public Health Systems | MeCDC | Maine DHHS

  • Death Certificates

    By law, Maine death records less than 25 years old and fetal deaths less than 50 years old are considered to be private. In order to inspect these documents, or to obtain copies, an individual must prove that they are permitted by law to do so. Those authorized to view or obtain a copy of a vital record include:

    • The person named on the record,

    • The person's spouse or registered domestic partner,

    • The parent(s) named on the record,

    • Descendants of the person named on the record (including children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren to the most remote degree),

    • The legal custodian, guardian, or authorized representative of the person named on the record, and

    • Genealogists who have a researcher card issued by the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Data, Research and Vital Statistics.

    To order a Death Certificate, please fill out the form below, and send it to the State of Maine, or bring in to the Town Office with supporting documentation. The cost of a certified death certificate is $15 for the fist copy, and $6 for each additional copy.

    MAINE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES  - Death Certificate Application

    For more information feel free to call the office at 342-5544, or visit the Maine Vitals webpage at:

    Obtaining Copies of Maine Vital Records - Division of Public Health Systems | MeCDC | Maine DHHS

  • Marriage Licenses

    In order to get married in the State of Maine, a Marriage License must be obtained. You can get that at your local Town Office. In order to receive a Marriage License, you must first fill out an Intentions to Marry form, which a fillable version is below for your convenience. Please note that you MUST NOT sign your name until in the presence of the Town Clerk, or in front of a notary. The cost of recording Marriage Intentions and issuing a Marriage License is $40. (ID for both parties is required.)

    Marriage Intentions Form

    For more information please visit:

    Vital Records Forms | Division of Public Health Systems | MeCDC | Maine DHHS

  • Marriage Certificates

    Marriage Certificates can be obtained after a couple has completed the marriage ceremony, and the Marriage License has been signed by the Officiant and returned to the Town Office for recording. The cost of the Marriage Certificate is $15 for the first certified coy, and $6 for each additional copy. Marriage Certificates follow the same laws as both Birth and Death Certificates. Those requesting the record must prove a legal right to do so if the marriage record is less than 50 years old. If you need more information about who can request a Marriage Certificate and what is required, please visit the State of Maine's vital records website here:: Obtaining Copies of Maine Vital Records - Division of Public Health Systems | MeCDC | Maine DHHS

    You can request a Marriage Certificate at your local Town Office, or send your request in to the State of Maine. You can use the form below to request a certificate from either place.

    MAINE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - Marriage Certificate Request Form

    If ordering through your Town Office, please bring in the application form as well as a form of picture ID. (I also have forms available at the Town Office if you prefer)

  • Website Additions/Changes

    If there is anything you don't see on the website, but wish it was there, have a local business that you would like advertised, or see a correction that needs to be made, please do not hesitate to call me at 342-5544, or e-mail me at tcmontville@fairpoint.net!

    I want the Montville website to be as up to date, and user friendly as possible! I am also always accepting photos for the website as well!

  • Registering to Vote

    If you are new to Montville, please take the time to come in to the Town Office and register to vote! Please bring with you an ID, and proof of residency.

    If you have lived in Montville for a while, maybe its time to update your address? Feel free to call or stop in and check to make sure all your information is up to date.

    Elections for 2021

    Next Election will be sometime in June/July for the School Budget. Check back here for updated information on when the next Election will be!

    Happy Voting!

Montville, Maine

The place of my birth, my childhood home, and the home of my heart. I grew up on Hogback Mountain, where I picked wildflowers, played in the brooks and streams, built forts in the forest with my sisters, walked up to the ledges to have some quiet reflection time, enjoyed the chicken BBQ at Field Day every year and by eating Grammie Ella’s raspberry pie, watched my nieces and nephew be born, and where my children get to explore and learn to love. I grew up here, I'm from here, and I'm FOR here. Montville, the way my life is!

--- Jodie Martin 

Montville Town Office 

414 Center Road 

Montville, ME 04941

342-5544  Fax: 342-5550

Town Clerk/Registrar of Voters: Jodie Martin

Treasurer/Tax Collector: 

Terry Fischer

Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director: John York

382-3077 Home

589-4365 Fire Station

Animal Control Officer: Peter A. Nerber

242-9174 or 993-2225

Road Commissioner: Richard Peavey

322-6644

Administrative Assistant: Hannah Hatfield

Licensed Plumbing Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer: Jackie Robbins

Budget Committee Contact: Herman Peaslee

589-4760

Historical Society Contact: Debi Stephens

589-4760

For General Inquiries Email:

tcmontville@fairpoint.net

Phone: 342-5544

Fax: 342-5550