A. Our Code Enforcement Officer, Donnie Harriman. 207-322-8209
Q. Do I have to fill out any forms to build in Liberty?
A. Yes, you need to go to the Town Office and make out an "Intent to Build" form or you can access it on the Documents page of this website, under "Other Documents." Print it, complete it and mail it to Planning Board, P.O. Box 116, Liberty, ME 04949, or drop it off at the office. Also, you will need to apply to the Planning Board for a permit if you are in the Shoreland Zone. The application for a Shoreland Permit can also be accessed on the Documents Page.
Q. Where do I get a Fire Permit?
A. You may purchase one at the Town Office, online here, or from our Fire Chief Bill Gillespie 207-542-3794.
Q. How can I apply for General Assistance?
A. You may obtain an application from the Town Clerk’s office, or online here. Complete the application and bring it to the Town Office during regular office hours or, if it's an emergency situation, call: Henry Hall at 207-589-3472 or 589-4596 during weekdays.
Q. How do I obtain a 911 address?
A. You should contact the Town Office (207) 589-4318.
Q. When are my property taxes due?
A. On September 23, 2015 the current bill was sent. This covers July 2015 - June 2016. You do have the opportunity to make two installment payments. The first installment was due October 24, 2015 and the second installment is due on May 5th, 2016. Even if you choose to make two installments, there will not be a reminder sent out in May so you should retain the second pay stub on the bottom of the bill as your reminder, and mark your calendar. If you have missed any payment due dates, please call the office at 207-589-4318 for the amount due at this time. Interest began accruing on the unpaid 1st installment on October 25, 2015.
We do accept partial tax payments and prepayments of any amount on all bills. Payments are always applied to the oldest outstanding tax bill first. We do not accept credit or debit cards at this time.
Q. I have a camp on the water and I want to replace my deck and add gravel to my driveway do I need a permit?
A. If you are doing any work within 250 feet of the water, chances are you need a permit, and you should contact our Code Enforcement Officer, Don Harriman, 207-322-8209.