Services

Motor Vehicle Registration - Available in the office or Online Rapid Renewal (Vehicle & Trailer Registation Renewal Services)

What you may need to register a new vehicle:

  • Bll of Sale/Purchase Agreement
  • Window Sticker on all brand new vehicles
  • Proof of Insurance
  • Current Mileage

What you may need to re-register a vehicle:

  • Prior year registration
  • Proof of Insurance
  • Current Mileage

Boat, Snowmobile and ATV Registrations - Available in the office or On Line

What you may need to register new boats, ATV's, and snowmobiles:

  • Bill of Sale which must include make, model, year, VIN/Serial#, seller name, seller address, seller signature
  • Prior registration or sticker information

Hunting & Fishing Licenses - Available in the office or On Line

As an agent for Inland Fisheries & Wildlife we can offer both resident & nonresident hunting & fishing licenses.

Per IF&W a "resident" is defined by meeting the following:

  • If registered to vote, must be registered in Maine
  • If licensed to drive a moor vehicle, must have or have applied for a Maine State License
  • Any and all owed vehicles must be registered in Maine
  • Comply with Maine income tax laws

Vital Records (Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates) - Available in the office

  • Birth Certificate: Birth records 75 years and older are considered public record. All less than 75 years old are private and can only be issued to an authorized person.
  • Death Certificate: Death records 25 years and older are considered public record. All less than 25 years old are private and can only be issued to an authorized person.
  • Marriage Certificate: Marriage records 50 years and older are considered public record. All less than 50 years old are private and can only be issued to an authorized person.
  • Access: Those able to access the record are: The person of record, spouse, registered domestic partner, parent, descendant, legal custodian/guardian. In addition to proper ID, proof of lineage is required when requesting a relative’s record (child, parent, grandparent, etc.).

Notary Service - Available in the office

  • Free to Whitefield Residents

Fire Permits - Available in the office or On Line

  • During non-business hours of the Town Office, a permit may be obtained by contacting the Chief or Deputy Chief of the Fire Department.

Real Estate Tax Collections - Available in the office

General Assistance - Available in the office