Services

Motor Vehicle Registration - Available in the office or online using DMV RENEWAL

What you may need to register a new vehicle:

***Proof of residency required for all new registrations and new to town re-registrations***

  • Bll of Sale/Purchase Agreement CLICK HERE to print a blank Bill of Sale Form
  • Window Sticker on all brand new vehicles
  • Proof of Insurance
  • Current Mileage
  • Lease Agreement

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 using IF&W REGISTRATIONS

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 online using IF&W LICENSES

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. To apply for a permit online, CLICK HERE

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

Dog Licenses - This service can be processed in person or online. CLICK HERE . Licenses should be processed between October 15th and December 31st for the coming year.

Real Estate Tax Collections - Available in the office or through the mail. Whitefield property taxes are due twice per year, the first half of the coming tax year is due on November 30th, and the second half is due on April the 30th.

General Assistance - Available in the office. General Assistance is intended to help families meet their basic needs. Applications are available to determine if you are eligible. For more information regarding this program CLICK HERE