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Current job openings for the Town of Stonington are posted below. To apply for a job offered, please complete the Application for Employment linked below, and submit by correspondence or by email, and we will respond at our earliest convenience.

Please send applications to:
Town of Stonington, PO Box 9, Stonington, Maine, 04681
Or email to:

The Town of Stonington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Positions will remain open until filled.

Related Documents:

Town of Stonington Employment Application

Town Job Openings

(No job openings are posted at this time.)

By filling out the form below, and delivering it to the Town Hall, either in person, or by correspondence to PO Box 9, Stonington, Maine, 04681.  A call to Matthew Betts, Stonington's  Plumbing Inspector, is encouraged.

Matthew Betts, Plumbing Inspector
Phone: 207-367-2351 x15

Related Documents:

Plumbing Permit

In order to legally sell liquor at a dining establishment, an approved liquor license application is required.  Fill out the form below, and deliver it in person to the Town Hall, or by correspondence to PO Box 9, Stonington, Maine, 04681. 

If your establishment will sell alcohol and feature music or dancing, a Special Amusement Permit is also required. 

Maine Liquor License Application form

Related Documents:

Special Amusement Permit Application

Development is not legally allowed until a Building Permit Application has been completed and approved by the issuing authority.  Instructions are provided on the application.  This process will take a minimum of 30 days.

For more information, please contact Brian Billings, Code Enforcement Officer.  Office hours are Fridays from 12:00 - 4:00 pm.

Brian Billings, Code Enforcement Officer
Phone: 207-266-1547

Related Documents:

Building Permit Application

If you've got a quantity of brush you'd like to burn, you need to acquire a burn permit before doing so. 

The Stonington Fire Department is not issuing permits in person or via phone at this time. Burn Permits are only available online at

Certified copies of Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates may be obtained from:

  • Ordered online at
  • The city or town in which the event occurred (Birth and Death records)
  • The city or town in which the individual resided at the time of the event (Birth, Death, and Marriage records)
  • The Maine State Office of Data, Research, and Vital Statistics (Birth, Death, and Marriage records)
         Department of Health and Human Services
         220 Capitol St, Augusta, Maine 04333
         Ph: 1-888-664-9491
         Ph: 207-287-3181

State of Maine Regulations for Obtaining Vital Records:

The first copy is $15 and $6 for additional copies. 

Marriage Licenses 

Maine residents planning to get married in Maine must obtain a Marriage License from their residence town. 

Residents of other states or countries planning to get married in Maine may obtain a Marriage License from any town in Maine but are strongly encouraged to do so with the town in which their ceremony will occur.  This is because in five, ten, or twenty years you may not remember you got a license from Random Town but you will likely remember where the ceremony happened.

All individuals obtaining a Maine Marriage License must complete the Maine Intentions of Marriage form

More information about getting married in Maine can be found on the State of Maine website at

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