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Fire permits can be obtained by going to the Maine Forest Service website. There is a fee of $7.00 per day. The Orono Fire Department cannot issue fire permits at the Orono Public Safety building.
The Town Office is open M-W, 8:00-4:30, 10:00-6:00 Th, and 8:00-2:00 F. This includes the Front Desk, Code Enforcement, Assessing, Planning, Economic Development, and the Town Manager's Office.
Contact us Mon-Fri during business hours, and the request will be fulfilled based on current laws regarding access to public records, fees apply according to Town of Orono fee schedule.
Go to our website - http://orono.org/190/Police-Department - click on "Crime Watch" and submit the information. NOTE: this is not monitored 24 hours a day, if there is an issue that needs to be addressed immediately, please call 911 and tell the dispatcher that you'd like to remain anonymous.
Yes, please see Jessica at the Public Safety building. We issue a limited number of permits (costs based on current Fee Schedule) for posted areas in the municipal lot behind the Public Safety Building, and the posted parking spots at the Public Library.
Yes, from Nov 1 of each year until April 15th of the following year, there is no parking on public streets from 12 midnight to 8 AM. Additionally, vehicles can't be parked anywhere that inhibits snow removal from public ways or parking areas.
Sewer payments can be made in one of two ways. In-person payments can be made at the counter in the Town Clerk's Office downstairs in the Town Office at 59 Main Street. Online payments can be made at https://epayment.informe.org/payportonline/disclaimer/1943.
The Town's abatement policy, including valid reasons for an abatement, can be found here. Please see the Town Clerk's Office desk downstairs at the Town Office at 59 Main Street to get an abatement application.