HERE ARE SOME OF THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE AT THE TOWN OFFICE!
DOG LICENSING-State law requries that all dogs six months of age or older be licensed in the town where the dog owner resides. This license must be obtained annually. The fee for male/female dogs is $11.00 and neutered/spayed dogs are $6.00. A current certified rabies immunization record and a neutered/spayed certificate, if applicable, is required to license a dog. All dogs must be licensed by January 31st or be subject to an additional $25.00 late fee.
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATIONS- Current Registration, Proof of insurance and mileage must be presented before any new or re-registrations can be processed. All first time registrations must pay excise tax to the Town of Woodland before completion of registration at the Motor Vehicle Office, located in Caribou. Reminder, the State of Maine requires first time registrations with a model year 1995 or new to be accompanied by a title.
BUILDING PERMITS-The Town of Woodland's Building Ordinance and building applications are available at the Town Office. Any and all construction requires a permit. The fee is outlined in the ordinance.
INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE- Stop by to purchase your current Hunting/Fishing license, or to register your ATV, Boat, and Snowmobiles! Visit the State IFW site HERE!
CERTIFIED COPIES OF RECORDS- With proof of Identification, here at the Town office, you can purchase certified copies of vital records such as births, deaths, and marriages. The first certified copy will cost $15.00 and every copy after that is $6.00 (if all records pertain to the same person.) To obtain a Marriage License, Please call to make an appointment as the process can take some time to do.
RECYCLING AVAILABLE- There are recycling bins available at the Town Office as well! Do your part to "Go Green"!
General Assistance Program- The Town of Woodland provides a General Assistance Program for those in need of emergency assistance and is available to those residents who qualify. This is a state regulated program in which you need to file an application with the Administrator to determine eligibility.
Division On Addictions is an organization that helps vulnerable Maine residents who are addicted to drugs or alcohol locate proper treatment options. Alcoholism and drug addiction are terrible crises affecting all ages in our communities – from teenagers to senior citizens.