Town of Liberty
COVID-19 Health Crisis Response
Most recent update:  4/6/20
 
Town offices are still open to conduct Town business.
 
In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, the Town of Liberty is taking the following steps to protect the health & welfare of its residents and employees:
 
·         The Liberty Town Office is closed for walk-in business.  Please see the various pages of the Town's website for online links for assistance and additional information.
 
·         Most needs can be met online with the exception of new vehicle registrations.  If you need further assistance please call the Town office at 589-4318.
 
·         The Town Selectboard will not be holding meetings where the public can gather until furfther notice.  Their meetings will be available on Zoom.  The link to join meetings via Zoom is on the Town Calendar.
 
·         The Liberty Town meeting that was scheduled for Saturday, March 28th has been postponed.  A new meeting date will be determined and notice will be given at a later date.
 
·         If you can, please pay your second installment of 2020 property taxes due May 5, 2020.  You can do this from home at minimal cost by electronic check.  Click here for instructions.  If you cannot afford your taxes right now, interest will not begin accruing until 30 days after the Governor cancels the Maine civil state of emergency.
 
·         If you are in immediate need of food or supplies please call the Town Office at 589-4318 extension 5 for assistance.
 
·         If you have any interest in volunteering or assisting, whether it be with donations or funds, please call the Town Office at 589-4318 extension 5.
 
Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to resuming normal operations as soon as possible.