Town of
Liberty Maine

Liberty Maine is one of Maine’s best kept secrets. Incorporated in 1827, Liberty is in the southwest corner of Waldo County, with 25.9 square miles and approximately 950 residents.


For information about the Property Tax Stabilization Program, click here.

For a copy of the Property Tax Stabilization Program application, click here.

From Liberty Tax Collector:
30-day lien notices will be going out on July 21st to taxpayers with outstanding 2022 taxes.

The lien notice must be sent certified return receipt, which adds $10.75 to your bill if your taxes aren’t paid in full by July 21st. If you have questions about how much you owe, or if you still owe, please call the Town Office 589-4318. Thank you!  Hannah


Dog renewals begin October 15th for 2022.
Late fee is incurred after January 31, 2022.
Don’t forget you are able to do registrations online
between October 15th and December 31st.
Please contact the office if you need further information.


MONDAY: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Selectboard Meeting 6:00 PM
TUESDAY: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM
THURSDAY: 7:30 AM – 2:30 PM
FRIDAY: Closed



You can take care of most business online on the “Clerk/Tax Collector“ page.

Inclement Weather Closing

Our Office will follow RSU 3 closings for inclement weather.
Remember you are able to do many tasks online. Check the Questions below to find out how.

2020 Annual Report

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Physical Address


Mailing Address

P.O. BOX 116



Municipal & Community



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Frequently Asked


  • Can I license my dog online?
  • Who do I contact about a plumbing permit?
  • Do I have to fill out any forms to build in Liberty?
  • Where do I get a Fire Permit?
  • How can I apply for General Assistance?
  • How do I obtain a 911 address?
  • When are my property taxes due?
  • I have a camp on the water and I want to replace my deck and add gravel to my driveway. Do I need a permit?
  • How do I get a marriage license?
  • How do I renew a current registration?
Can I license my dog online?

Yes, but only from October 15 through January 31.  Please go to

Who do I contact about a plumbing permit?

Our Code Enforcement Officer, Don Harriman. 207-322-8209

Do I have to fill out any forms to build in Liberty?

Yes, you need to go to the Town Office and make out an “Intent to Build” form or you can access it by clicking here.  Print it, complete it and mail it to Planning Board, P.O. Box 116, Liberty, ME  04949, or drop it off at the office.  Also, you will need to apply to the Planning Board for a permit if you are in the Shoreland Zone.  The application for a Shoreland Permit can be accessed by clicking here as well as at Town Office.

Where do I get a Fire Permit?

Fire permits are free.  Go to to complete the application and submit it to our Fire Chief.

Contact Fire Chief Bill Gillespie at 542-3794 if you have questions.

How can I apply for General Assistance?

You can apply for General Assistance by coming into the Town Office and filling out an application with the General Assistance Administrator Andre Blanchard during regular Town Office hours, or by contacting Andre Blanchard directly at (207) 233-3952 outside of regular Town Office hours, or in an emergency. These interviews are conducted in strict confidence in a private setting.

How do I obtain a 911 address?

You should contact the Town Office (207) 589-4318.

When are my property taxes due?

In October and May.  You have the opportunity to make two installment payments.  You will receive ONE bill in late September.  The first installment is due in October and the second installment is due in May.  Even if you choose to pay in two installments, there will not be a reminder sent out in May so you should retain the second pay stub on the bottom of the bill as your reminder, and mark your calendar.  If you have missed any payment due dates, please call the office at 207-589-4318 for the amount due at this time.  Interest begins accruing on the unpaid 1st installment the day after it is due.

We do accept partial tax payments and prepayments of any amount on all bills.  Payments are always applied to the oldest outstanding tax bill first.  We do accept credit and debit cards. Note: There is a 2.5% fee charged by the bank on any debit or credit card payments. Click here to pay on-line.

I have a camp on the water and I want to replace my deck and add gravel to my driveway. Do I need a permit?

If you are doing any work within 250 feet of the water, chances are you need a permit, and you should contact our Code Enforcement Officer, Don Harriman, 207-322-8209.

How do I get a marriage license?

Marriage licenses may be obtained from the town in which one member of the couple resides.  If you are both from out-of-state and wish to be married in Maine, then you may get a license from any municipality.  Both members of the couple must be present to sign the form in front of the clerk, or you may sign it before a notary public.  Be prepared to show ID.  If you have been previously married, you must show the original stamped divorce decree from your most recent marriage.  Please allow time for the clerk to prepare the marriage license as we are unable to do it during open office hours.

How do I renew a current registration?

You can renew a current registration by visiting


Liberty, Maine

Home of beautiful Lake St. George, Liberty’s hills, mountains, woodlands and ponds entice visitors and residents alike to enjoy boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, bird watching, and simply relaxing. The town also enjoys the Roberts Memorial Recreation Area, Stevens Pond and Marshall Shore, with lovely beaches, swimming, and boat ramps.

In Liberty’s traditional village center you can wander down Main Street and visit one of our unusual attractions like the old octagonal post office, a historical site, one of a kind in the US, and home to the Liberty Historical Society. Here you will see exhibits of local historical memorabilia, and then you might visit the Davistown Museum just across Main Street. When you visit Liberty, take a stroll down Main Street, enjoy our treasures, visit our local businesses and maybe you will decide to stay!

Outdoor Recreation

Lake St. George

Outdoor Recreation

Lake St. George

Lake St. George is the 4th largest lake in Waldo County, and home to at least 14 species of fish, including salmon, brook trout, & smallmouth bass.



Past & Present

Historical Society

Past & Present

Historical Society

Learn about the history of Liberty Maine at the Historical Society. Open by chance or by appointment from July 1st to Labor Day.



Local Resources

Liberty Library

Local Resources

Liberty Library

Visit the Liberty Library located at 59 Main St.
*Currently offering curbside services due to COVID-19.