Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Start by calling you plumber and if needed follow up with Brackett's pumping for camera services. You will be reimbursed if the findings point back to the Public Sewer System.
Show All Answers
Voter registration is done in person at the Town Office. You will need a photo ID and proof of residence.
Fines can be paid here at the Town Office, 15 School St.
Marriage licenses can be obtained by contacting the Town Clerk.
You have 3 options:
First time registration requires: proof of insurance, the physical title, and the last registration from the state you have moved from. If the vehicle has never been registered, you will need: proof of insurance, the physical title, and the bill of sale. Plates and registration will be issued at the office.
Please note: if you are requesting Veteran Plates, you will need to provide a copy of your DD-214.
Yes, we do. There is a 2.5% fee charged on all credit/debit transactions, with a minimum fee of $1.00.
Planning Board meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, all required materials for Planning Board review must be received 10 calendar days in advance of the next meeting date, generally the Monday of the week prior.
Building permits are required for any structure that is over 200 square feet in size or structures under 200 square feet that are attached to a larger permanent structure. All structures, even those which do not require a permit, must meet the relevant Zoning District setback requirements, found in Section 38.4.7 http://www.townofrangeley.com/DocumentCenter/View/107/Chapter-38-Zoning-PDF. Building permit applications can be found on the Town of Rangeley website, http://www.townofrangeley.com/174/Planning-Code-Enforcement-Officer, or as printed copies in the lobby of the Rangeley Town Office. Additional permit forms may be required, please contact the Code Enforcement Office with any further questions.
Stephen A. Bean Municipal Airport is a public general aviation airport that is open year-round.
According to our Remote Meeting Policy, no. The public may view the meetings in progress via Zoom, but are not allowed to participate remotely unless a member of the Board or Committee is participating in the meeting by remote means.
Follow us on Facebook.
Call ahead (Town Office), Facebook or sign up @ the location of the event listed.
At the Transfer Station with Proof of Residency.
Oct. 01 – May 15 Monday through Saturday, 8:15 to 4:15
May 15 – Oct. 01 Same as above plus Sunday 9:00 to 1:00.
Any day we are open until ½ hour before closing.
Zero-sort items: Cardboard, Plastics #1 to #7, Office paper, Magazines, Newspaper, Mail, and Glass.
Metal is acceptable but aids us if it’s separated out.
We can accept anything that is not broken, ripped, or stained and is usable as is without needing to be repaired.
We CANNOT accept TV’s, computers or monitors in the Barn. They are a Universal Waste product and are disposed of separately.
Fill out a request/ permit (at the Town Office or on the web page) and we will add you to the list.
In- when ice is officially declared out and the town feels conditions are safe.
Out- Typically after Columbus Day (indigenous people day) weekend. Weather and water level dependent.