NEW PORTLAND TOWN OFFICE

Phone: (207) 628-4441
Fax: (207) 628-4440
Town Email: nwprtlnd@tds.net
Mailing Address:
901 River Rd. New Portland, ME. 04961

Town Office Hours

Tax Collecting, Registrations, Hunting & Fishing Licenses, Vital Statistics, Voter Registrations, Dog Licenses

Mondays-Wednesdays 11am - 5pm
Thursdays- 2 pm to 7 pm
1st Saturday of each month 8 am to 12 noon (except holiday weekends)

Town Manager/CEO: Stacie Rundlett, Ext. 1

Town Clerk: Kristen Mitchell, Ext. 2

newportlandtownclerk@gmail.com

LPI: Robert Dunphy, Ext. 5

Assessor's Agent: Terriann Lamontagne, Ext. 3

By appointment only until further notice.

Animal Control Officer:
Lori Agren, 628-2919

Fire Department: Chief Kip Poulin, Ext. 4

Board of Selectmen

Andrea Reichert, Chair – 628-5411
Wayne Rundlett – 628-2920
Michael Senecal – 628-1001

*Any concerns regarding Winter Roads please call the Town Office at 628-4441*

TRANSFER STATION

Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 7:30-4:30
Friday 12:30-4:30
WINTER HOURS
*CLOSED FRIDAYS FROM NOVEMBER 15TH - APRIL 15TH*

NEW PORTLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Phone: 628-6561
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4-6
Saturday 10-12

Notice for all New Portland property owners

NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS IN NEW PORTLAND

This is a friendly reminder to all property owners in New Portland that  the town officials will be enforcing the New Portland Junkyard and Automobile Graveyard Ordinance as well as The State of Maine Statute, Title 17 Chapter 91 § 2851 Dangerous Building

Definitions are as follows:

1.   Junkyard- means a yard, field or other area used to store discarded or worn-out and unusable furniture, metals, appliances, lumber or other waste materials.

2.  Automobile Graveyard- means a yard, field, or other area used to store 3 or more powered construction, automotive, or other motor vehicles which are unserviceable, worn-out, discarded or junked, or parts thereof.  It does not include any area used for temporary storage by an establishment or place of business which is primarily engaged in doing auto body or other repair work to make vehicles serviceable, or season storage of serviceable agriculture equipment.

3. Dangerous Building- is structurally unsafe; unstable; unsanitary; constitutes a fire hazard; is unsuitable or improper for the use or occupancy to which it is put; constitutes a hazard to health or safety because of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, obsolescence or abandonment; or is otherwise dangerous to life or property.

After June 30, 2015 violation notices will be going out giving property owners thirty (30) days to be compliant with the Town’s ordinance and State Statute.

Property owners that do not comply with these will be brought before the Board of Selectmen for possible legal action.

You can find a copy of the Town’s ordinance’s at newportlandmaine.org under the Government tab.  And you can find the State Statute at maine.gov.