Town of Falmouth, Maine
271 Falmouth Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
The application must be fully completed and approved by the local Town Clerk. It is then forwarded to the Chief of State Police in Augusta at least 8 days prior to first date of operation.
Records of births are filed in the town where the birth occured and the town where the parents resided at the time of the birth.
The application for a dance permit must be sent to the Town Clerk at least seventy-two (72) hours before any dance is held. The permit will be valid for one dance only and at the place stated.
Records of deaths are filed in the town where the death occured, the town where the deceased was a resident, and the town where the burial permit is issued.
Dog Licenses are issued by the Town Clerk's Office. Licenses are issued for one year ending December 31st.
A permit is required for any individual, business or corporation who plans to engage in door-to-door commercial solicitation.
This license is required of any individual or business who will sell or prepare food in the town of Falmouth.
MOSES is the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's online hunting & fishing licensing system. With MOSES, you can purchase licenses any time of the day or night, and print your license out in your home or office in just minutes.
This application must be filed with the Town Clerk not less than 30 days prior to the large outdoor event.
Liquor licenses are issued by the Maine Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages.
Persons wishing to be married in the State of Maine must apply for a marriage license in the office of the municipal clerk.
Chapter 8, Article 8 of the Falmouth Code of Ordinances requires that anyone wishing to operate a massage therapy establishment in the Town of Falmouth obtain a license from the municipal clerk.
Recreational Clam Licenses will be available on the first business day of September, beginning at 8:00 a.m. at the Falmouth Town Hall.
Pursuant to Maine Law, a person wishing to register as a sole proprietor must file their application with the municipal clerk.
Pursuant to Maine Law, whenever 2 or more persons become associated as partners or otherwise for the purpose of engaging in any mercantile enterprise, they must file their application with the municipal clerk.
Chapter 8, Article 2 of the Falmouth Code of Ordinances requires that any establishment serving alcoholic beverages that wishes to engage in entertainment activities needs to obtain a special amusement permit from the municipal clerk of the town.