Monday - Friday
8:00am - 1:00pm
The Town Clerk provides many services to our community including boat and motor vehicle registrations, voter registration, sale of transfer station stickers, dog licenses, marriage licenses, birth, death and marriage certificate copies, etc.
Renewals for boat and motor vehicle registration and obtaining a burn permit can now be done online through the State, the links are provided below. Please view the FAQ section for more information about clerk services, including what you need to bring with you for new boat and motor vehicle registrations.
Rapid Renewal: Vehicle & Trailer Registration Renewal Service
Boat Registration Renewal
Absentee Ballot Request
Motor Vehicle & Boat Registration FAQ
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. However, we go through a state website and there is a 2.5% fee which is charged to the consumer and goes to the state.
If you are doing a registration renewal and it is not more than 7 months overdue, you can either come into the town office or you can renew online at https://apps1.web.maine.gov/online/bmv/rapid-renewal/ (or go to maine.gov and search for ‘rapid renewal’) With the exception of excise only federally documented boats, we are no longer handling any registrations via phone or mail.
If you have a new vehicle or a new-to-you used vehicle you will need to come into the town office and register in person.
You will need proof of insurance and current mileage. You do not need to have the old registration with you, but it is sometimes helpful.
You will need proof of insurance, current mileage, proof of sales tax paid, and the blue copy of the CTA (certificate of title application). If it is brand new, you will also need the Monroney Label (window sticker).
You will need proof of insurance, current mileage and a bill of sale written out to you and signed by the seller with the date, description of the vehicle, amount paid and the seller’s name and address. If the vehicle is a 1995 or newer you MUST have the original title signed over to you by the seller.
You will need to register in the town office and will need proof of insurance, current mileage, and your current or recently expired registration. This must be done in the town office.
You will need proof of insurance, current mileage, and your current registration. If the vehicle is a 1995 or newer you will need the original title. This must be done in the town office.
Boat registration renewals can be done in the town office or online at https://apps1.web.maine.gov/online/boat/ (or go to maine.gov and search ‘online boat renewal’).
You will need your registration number. If you don’t know it, call the town office and we will find it for you.
If purchased by a dealer you will need paperwork showing what you paid and what, if any, you paid for sales tax. If it is brand new or has never been registered in Maine, you will need the make, model, vehicle identification number, year built, length, horsepower, hull material and color. If it has been previously registered in Maine, you will need the registration number as that will stay the same. If it was purchased in a private sale, you will need a Bill of sale made out to you and signed by the seller. It should include the date, amount paid, and a description of the boat. This must be done in the town office.
License fees: $6 for spayed or neutered and $11 for unaltered. After January 31, there is a late fee of $25.
View the tax maps and commitment books here.
Fox Islands Thoroughfare Harbormaster
Foy W. Brown
Pulpit Harbor Harbormaster:
Voter registration can be done in the Town Office. To register, you need a current picture I.D. and proof of address. The State of Maine allows registration on Election Day itself.