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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: email@example.com
The Town of Stonington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Positions will remain open until filled.
Town Job Openings
Cleaning Person Part Time
The Town of Stonington is hiring for a part time Cleaning Person. This position will consist of general cleaning (sweep, mop, vacuum, trash removal) at the Town Hall and School Building year round and public bathrooms during the summer. The School Building will require 3 days per week and about an hour each day. The Town Hall will require one weekend day and about 2 hours. The public bathrooms will be daily for about an hour throughout the summer May through October. In total the position will be about 20 hours a week during the summer and 10 hours a week the rest of the year.
Interested persons can contact the Town Office at 207-367-2351 and/or stop by for an application during regular business hours Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.
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
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.
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.
For more information, please contact Millard Billings, Code Enforcement Officer.
Millard Billings, Code Enforcement Officer
If you've got a large quantity of brush you'd like to burn, you need to acquire a burn permit before doing so. These permits may be obtained by calling members of the Stonington Fire Department.
Ryan Hayward, Fire Chief
Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates may be obtained from:
The city or town in which the event occurred,
The city or town in which the individual resided at the time of the event,
The Office of Data, Research, and Vital Statistics
Department of Health and Human Services
220 Capitol St, Augusta, Maine 04333
State of Maine Regulations for Obtaining Vital Records: https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/public-health-systems/data-research/vital-records/vrfaq.html
The first copy is $15 and $6 for additional copies.