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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Town Offices are closed to foot traffic. We can be be reached Tuesday, Wednesay and Thursday via phone. As of June 1st, we will resume normal business hours.
Due to the Coronovirus outbreak, the MMA has recommended our elections and annual meeting be postponed until after the emergency has resolved - please see the Upcoming Events for updated info.

Welcome to the Town of Burlington

Where hometown spirit and community pride abound

Burlington Public Notice:

The Town of Burlington will resume it's normal business hours as of June 1st.

Please see the Upcoming Events page for further information on Annual Town Election and Annual Town Meeting.

Public Notice


As part of its ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Burlington is closing all playground equipment. Following guidance from public health officials, these closures are necessary to save lives and prevent additional exposure to this dangerous disease. Close contact or contaminated objects in these areas may make it easier for the virus to spread in our community.

Trails remain open with the following instructions for use:

  • Stay home if you’re feeling sick
  • While on trails, warn other when passing, and step aside to let others pass
  • Follow US CDC physical distancing guidelines and keep at least 6 feet apart from others

Tax Collector

Jesse McNally:
Current year’s taxes, motor vehicle renewals, etc...

Click here for more information.

Town Clerk

Mandi Muncey:
Voter registrations; birth, death, and marriage certificates, etc...

Click here for more information.

Treasurer

Katie Landry: Manages the revenue and cash flow of the town.

Click here for more information.

Town Government

The town of Burlington has a Town Meeting-Selectperson form of municipal government.

Click here for more information.

Our Services

Here's what we do for you

Vehicle Registration

Cars, trucks, vans, motorcyles, ATV's etc...

Hunting and Fishing

Regardless of the season, come see us to get your license

Current Year's Taxes

Property tax collection for the current fiscal year

Voter Registration

Whether you've just moved here, or just attained voting age, we can get you registered

Legal Certificates

Getting married, had a baby or the passing of a loved one, come see us

Pet Licenses

New puppy or an adoption, we'll get them registered and licensed

Property Tax

If you need information regarding prior year taxes

Fiscal Information

For information regarding the town's fiscal status

Code Enforcement

For all building permits and zoning regulation information

Town Office Hours

Office Hours:

Monday 9am - 12pm
Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Wednesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 9am - 12pm 
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED

EFFECTIVE JUNE 1ST, 2020

THE TOWN OFFICES ARE CLOSED ON ALL FEDERAL HOLIDAYS

 

Your Town Selectmen

We work for you
Rick Marvel
Rick Marvel
First Selectman
Rick is the first selectman of Burlington, and along with his wife Lori, owns the Burlington General Store, and is part of the Back Country Snowmobilers Club.
Eric Belokstolsky
Eric Belokstolsky
Second Selectman
A New York City Ironworker by trade, Eric moved to Burlington at the end of 2017 to pursue a quieter, more fulfilling lifestyle that is close to nature.
Margaret Harris
Margaret Harris
Third Selectman
Born in Bangor and educated at the University of Maine at Orono, Margaret married Jim Harris of Burlington in 1974. They bought a house in Burlington in 1978 and have lived here ever since. They are the parents of Amy Dlugosz of Minneapolis MN and Judith Harris of Portland ME. Margaret loves riding horses (or did when she was younger), reading, and needlework, and watching wildlife out her back window.

Animal Control Officer

Julie Stevens may be reached at 860-324-3292

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.

Burlington Public Schools

Burlington Offers School Choice

The Town of Burlington has officially withdrawn from MSAD 31 and now offers its citizens School Choice.

Currently there are agreements with MSAD 31 and RSU 67 for attendance with talks ongoing with other local school districts.

If you have any questions please contact the Town Office at (207) 732-3985. Our elected School Committee Members are as follows:

  • Maureen Bean
  • Suzi Libby Morton
  • Ruth Thurlow

Have a question for the Burlington School Board? You may email them at: burlingtonschoolcommittee@burlingtonme.com 

Want to contact the Burlington School Superintendent, Dawn Pray?
You may email her at here

You may also click here to visit the Burlington Municipal School District Facebook page and the School Dept. website for more updates.



School Lunches


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. 

Maine School Administrative District 31


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.

For more information, you can use the link for the MSAID District, or email the Burlington School Board.

Regional School Unit 67


Serves the Lincoln, Maine and surrounding communities. There are three schools in he district: Ella P. Burr Elementary, Mattanawcook Junior High, and Mattanawcook Academy.

For more information, you can use the link for the RSU 67 website, or email the Burlington School Board.