Town of Sedgwick, Maine

The town office is at 719 N. Sedgwick Road.  Phone: 359-2275, fax: 359-2342.

The tax collector is in the office Mon., Tues. & Wed., 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. & 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. See the tax collector to pay taxes, or to register a vehicle or a boat.

See the clerk/treasurer, Wed., 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Thurs., 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., for dog licenses, fishing/hunting licenses, mooring and dinghy permits, marriage licenses, copies of birth, death or marriage records, transfer station stickers, for paying a lien, or paying for a town permit. The clerk is available at home or by phone, 326-9012 or 610-0585, any other time or day.

The selectmen’s assistant is in the office Mon., Tues., Thurs., and Fri., from 1-5 pm. 

Selectmen meet Thursdays at 6 p.m. The public can attend in person or remotely via FreeConferenceCall. To participate remotely, dial 1-844-854-2222 and, when prompted, enter Access Code 138569#, or go to FreeConferenceCall.com and enter Online Meeting ID “selectmen4″. For help or problems accessing the conference call system, call the office at 359-2275.

The Planning Board meets in person at the town office on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m..

BURN PERMITS TO BE ISSUED ONLINE ONLY-  Open burning requires a permit. For burn permits, go to www.maineburnpermit.com.

What We Know About Fiber-To-Your-Home: Consolidated Communications has announced a Peninsula-wide project to install high-speed fiber broadband to every home in Sedgwick.  We will update information as it is available. Here is what we know now: Consolidated will run fiber to all homes, including private roads, if there is a path, conduit with room, or a pole line, and it is safe to use. Consolidated will set a pole(s), if a homeowner does not want conduit; however, Consolidated will charge a fee for each pole subject to Consolidated engineering approval. Construction is likely to begin late summer or early fall.  To receive email updates: https://www.fidiumfiber.com/signup.  Additional information available at Fidium website, by calling the Town Office, or visit https://www.peninsulautility4broadband.org/.


Welcome to the official website of the Town of Sedgwick, Maine! Settled in 1763 and incorporated in 1789, Sedgwick is home to what is arguably one of the most photographed views in the state of Maine. Caterpillar Hill affords a sweeping vista across blueberry fields to Penobscot Bay and Camden in the west, south to Isle au Haut, and east to Jericho Bay.

Caterpillar Hill, Sedgwick, Maine

View from Caterpillar Hill in Sedgwick, Maine

Important Info
  • Nomination papers

    Nomination papers for the March 3, 2023, town election will be available beginning November 23 for the following offices:
    1st Selectman, Assessor, and Overseer of the Poor, 3-year term
    Treasurer, 3-year term
    School Committee, 2 seats, 3-year terms
    See or call the clerk to take out papers: 359-2275, 610-0585, or 326-9012; office hours, Wed., 12-5, and Thurs., 12-7; other times by arrangement.
    Papers due back Mon., Jan. 2, 2023.

  • 2023 dog licenses

    2023 dog licenses are available from the clerk. By state law, all dogs over 6 months of age must be licensed.

    The clerk is at the office Wed., 12-5, and Thurs., 12-7. For other arrangements, feel free to call or email: 359-2275, 326-9012, 610-0585, or townclerk@sedgwickmaine.org.

  • 65 or older?: Property tax stabilization program

    You may be eligible for a reduction in the amount of property tax you pay on your home.  If you are:

    • Age 65 or older
    • A permanent resident of Maine
    • Have owned a Maine homestead for at least ten (10) years, and
    • Be eligible for a homestead exemption on the property you are applying for,

    you may qualify.

    For a full description, details and application form, please visit the Maine Revenue Services page at:

    https://www.maine.gov/revenue/taxes/tax-relief-credits-programs/property-tax-relief-programs/stabilization-program

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