EFFECTIVE JUNE 1ST, 2020
THE TOWN OFFICES ARE CLOSED ON ALL FEDERAL HOLIDAYS
Per State law all dogs must be registered with the town.
To do so please bring proof of your dog’s rabies vaccination to the Town Clerk, Mandi Muncey, during regular town office hours (Monday-Friday 9-12 PM).
Registration fees are as follows:
Neutered/Spayed Animals – $6.00 (must provide documentation for first registration)
Intact Animals – $11.00
Starting February 1st, 2019 a $25 late fee will be added per dog for late licensing.
If you would like to contact Mandi, please call the town office at 732-3985.
All children in the Burlington / Lowell area are eligible for FREE Breakfast Food & Lunches for the entire week. They will be picked up every Monday and Thursday then delivered to your home. There is no cost. If you would like to participate please call or text Maureen Bean 207-794-4181 with the number of children and your address.
In the school lunches on Monday 5/11 there was an announcement about "Meals to You" - This is a free meal program for children age 1 to 18. Parents have to sign up. Meals are delivered by the post office to each household twice a month. That's 28 meals twice a month for each child registered with this 'Meals to You" program. Register by May 15. Meals will be delivered until June 30, 2020.
Serves the communities of Enfield, Howland, Passadumkeag, Maxfield and Edinburg. There are three schools in he district: Enfield Station, Hichborn Middle School and Penobscot County High School.
Serves the Lincoln, Maine and surrounding communities. There are three schools in he district: Ella P. Burr Elementary, Mattanawcook Junior High, and Mattanawcook Academy.