TOP TEN Visited Pages
Quick link to Online TAX DATA
Property Tax Assessment ONLINE DATA BASE
For current property information, including ownership data, exemptions, photos, sales information, and more.
Quick link to Online TAX Maps
New! Click here for the Selectmen's Notes Page. A New way to keep you informed!
Online Video of Town meetings
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Click Here for Selectmen Agenda for meetings
STORM CLOSINGS - A Reminder that if MSAD 6 Schools are closed town hall is also closed.
You are invited for an open discussion on how proposed legislation may affect local residents.
Our guests will be The Honorable Linda Valentino Democratic Maine Senator, District 31 and The Honorable Donald Marean
Republican Maine House of Representative, District 16.
Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Hollis Community Building.
Everyone is welcome to attend and bring your questions or concerns. If you are unable to attend the meeting, your
questions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for a complete guide to Town Meeting!
Maine 211 - GET CONNECTED. GET ANSWERS! United Ways of Maine, in collaboration with Ingraham, have established 2-1-1 Maine, Inc. as an efficient and effective response to the growing complexities and needs in health, social economic and human services.
2-1-1 Maine is part of a national movement to centralize and streamline access to health and human service information and resources. The first 2-1-1 Call Center was initiated by United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta in 1997. Connecticut followed with a statewide system in 1998. In July 2000, the Federal Communications Commission approved 2-1-1 nationally for health and human services information and referral.
FREE OR LOW COST MEDICINES
Patients must tell their doctors if they can't afford their medicines.
Many prescription assistance options exist for free or low-cost prescription drugs.
These include drug manufacture and generic patient assistant programs, co-pay foundations, low cost retail medications and state and federal programs.
For more information call
Skip Stewart-Dore H.D. Goodall Hospital
Town of Hollis
2015 Annual Town Meeting Dates
March 17th Tuesday
Nominations Papers available at the Town Clerk’s Office for the following positions:
March 25, Wednesday
Last date for the Hollis Planning Board to submit changes to ordinances to the Board of Selectmen. Planning Board will need to hold two Public Hearings.
Last date for Budget Committee to submit their recommendations for warrant articles.
April 15th, Wednesday
Selectmen Public Hearing on Town Meeting Warrant Articles and Ordinances. (Changes may be made to warrant articles). 7 p.m. Hollis Community Building
April 27th, Monday
Petition for Referendum in secret ballot town - Deadline .10% of the voters in the last gubernatorial election. Votes cast on 11/2014 were 2,162 10% = 217 signatures of registered voters in the Town of Hollis. It is recommended that all petitions be filed by April 21st to allow time for certification. See Hollis
Petition Ordinance and State Statutes. Note all petitions need prior approval for wording PRIOR to circulation.
APRIL 27, Monday
ALL Candidate nomination papers must be filed in person in the Town’s Clerk’s Office by 4 p.m. Emails, faxes and US mail will not be accepted for nomination papers by the Clerk. Town Hall is closed this day however, the clerk will in her office form 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
April 29th Wednesday
Selectmen sign completed Warrant including Annual Town Meeting Articles and Ordinances for secret ballot voting at a public meeting and then file with the Town Clerk.
May 6th Wednesday
Municipal Officers- sign MSAD NO. 6 School Budget warrant at public meeting.
May 20, Wednesday
2nd Public Hearing for Town Meeting Warrant Articles and Ordinances. (No changes may be made to Warrant). 7 p.m. Hollis Community Building.
MAY 28 , Thursday
MSAD NO. 6 DISTRICT BUDGET MEETING
Bonny Eagle Middle School Gym 7 p.m.
92 Sokokis Trail, Buxton, Maine 04093
All registered voters must be present to vote. You may register that
evening with proper identification and proof of residency.
Annual Town Reports must be available 3 days before Town Meeting.
JUNE 9, Tuesday
Annual Town Meeting and Election of Town Officials by secret ballot voting. Polls Open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m., FIRE STATION 405 PLAINS ROAD, HOLLIS
Hollis Annual Town Meeting & Candidates Election
MSAD# 6, District Budget Validation Referendum Election
Potential State of Maine Referendum Election
Click here to view the
TRASH PICK UP SCHEDULE
(posted July 2012)
Click here to register vehicles and trailers ONLINE through the state of Maine RAPID RENEWAL SYSTEM!
Click here to Renew your Sporting Licenses ONLINE.
This includes; boating, ATV, & Fishing.
A third party processing fee of 2.5% (minimum fee of $1.00) will be charged on all credit and debit card transactions conducted at the Town Offices.
New Vital Records Law - A new law preventing fraudulent use of vital records is now in effect. Vital records include birth certificates, fetal death and death certificates, marriage certificates, and domestic partner registrations. Maine's new law will require a person requesting a copy of records less than 100 years old to provide documentation establishing their direct and legitimate interest in the records. Click here for the paperwork Click Here for the Paperwork
Hollis Clothing Closet
Click here for Hours and other info
We are seeking donations to assist with establishing a Community Clothing Closet. Our goals are to provide a place in the community for people to donate and receive assistance to get through these tough economic times. This service will be provided in a place provided by the Town of Hollis but not run by the town. It will be run solely by volunteers in the community.
Public Notice - Effective January 1, 2012 residents of the Town of Hollis will no longer be able to utilize the Waterboro Transfer Station. For more information, please Click here. (publicnoticetransferstation.pdf)
This is the time of year when mailboxes sometimes get damaged due to plowing or because they are struck by a vehicle. Click here to review Mailbox Policy for Maine’s State and State-aid Highways.
Did you know - If a mailbox support is struck by a vehicle, it must easily break
The mailbox is installed entirely at the owner’s risk. In other words, if the mailbox incurs damage during any sort of highway operations or maintenance, the property owner is not entitled to replacement or compensation. In fact, if the mailbox was not installed in accordance with the applicable standards as stated above, the owner may
even be held liable for injuries or damages that may have been incurred as a result.
Check out the NEW Hollis
Web Site - Click Here!