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The State has changed the rules for obtaining burning permits online. From now on, the only site that can be used to obtain a permit online is www.maine.gov/burnpermit/ There is a $7.00 fee. Burning permits can still be obtained locally without charge. See our Fire Department page under Departments.
Class offerings by Community Health & Wellness Program by Pen Bay Medical Center and Waldo County General Hospital
Delicious Summer Sides
Tues. July 11, 5-6:30 p.m. - $10
Join us as we add a splash of color and a sprinkle of new flavors to your side dishes that will not only be healthy and delicious, but will have everyone asking you for the recipe!
Declutter Your Life
Thurs., July 20, 5-6:30 p.m. - Free
Do you feel like your life may be in need of some spring cleaning? Do you feel a bit stressed, or that you’re just not on your “A” game? If so, join us for this class to learn to identify physical and mental clutter and strategies to clear your space – and your mind – to get back to your best self.
Tues., September 12, 5-6:30 p.m.- $10
Pesto isn’t just about basil anymore. We will share a simple formula with you so you can create pesto with your other favorite herbs, nuts and cheeses. Join us as we enhance flavor using healthy herbs to take pesto to a new level.
Sign up for classes online at: https://journeytohealth.
Information on 2017 Stockton Harbor Fees - click here
Friendly Caller Program
The Waldo County Regional Communications Center in Belfast has a Friendly Caller Program for people who would like daily checks on their wellbeing. Anyone interested in enrolling in this free service may pick up an application packet at the Town Office, or may call the WCRCC at 338-2040
E911 House Addressing - If you do not have your house number clearly visible for public safety personnel to find you, please do so as soon as possible. You may order a sign from the Town Office by filling out this form and returning it to the Town Office.
First half of taxes were due October 25, 2016 and the second half were due April 25, 2017! Interest at 7% per annum is now accruing on unpaid taxes.
The Town of Stockton Springs is cooperating with Waldo CAP to offer free housing counseling services aimed at preventing foreclosure to all homeowners.
There are no income limits to qualify - everyone is eligible. For more information please contact Bjorn Streubel at Waldo CAP at 338-6809 ext. 515.
Zumba Fees are increasing as of December 1, 2015! New fee is $4 per person!
Zumba is instructed by Kelly Murphy on Tuesday 5-6 PM and Saturdays 9-10 AM at the Stockton Springs Elementary School. If you have any questions, please call Kelly at 548-0070. This program is sponsored by the Stockton Springs Recreation Department.
When registering your car or truck, please bring your old registration (if it was registered before), proof of insurance, and current mileage.
The Town accepts cash, checks, and debit and credit cards for payment. There is an additional 2.5% fee for using debit or credit cards.
Trash pickup is every Friday. Trash needs to be curbside by 7:00 AM. Each trash bag or barrel (max 40 pounds) needs a sticker. Stickers are $1.50 each, and can be purchased at the Town Office, Perry's Store, or Libby's Variety.
The Town has a single stream recycling program. Recycling days are the second and fourth Thursdays of the month. See our calendar or the Schedules page. There is a cardboard dumpster at the Town Garage. E-waste can be brought to the Town Garage from 9AM to noon the last Saturday of each month.
The Town accepts donations of food for cats and dogs. Donations can be left at the Town Office and townspeople can pick them up as needed.
There is an American Flag Retirement Box at the Town Office, sponsored by Cub Scout Pack 235, where worn-out or torn flags can be dropped off.
Home Repair Assistance for low- and moderate-income single family homeowners is available through grants or forgivable loans. Call Waldo CAP at 338-6809, ext. 511 for more information.