Town of Phippsburg, Maine
1042 Main Road, Phippsburg ME 04562
 

General E-mail:  Phipps@Phippsburg.com

Town Notices
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 Updated April 17th, 2017

Community Access Channel 3 Schedule for the week of
April 17th


ANNUAL
CLEAN UP DAY
APRIL 22nd

8 am - 12:00 pm


HIRING Part-Time Police Officers

Police Officer Job Description

Phippsburg Police Employment Application

PHIPPSBURG POSTED ROADS MARCH 1st 2017

Phippsburg Posted Roads Ordinance

List of Posted Roads

Vehicle Exemption Certificate form

Vehicle Exemption application - Posted Roads

Shellfish Ordinance
Proposed Changes


FREE TAX PREP
with CA$H COALITION

FREE TAX PREP
with AARP


PEST ALERT
BROWNTAIL MOTHS


COMPOST IN PHIPPSBURG!

Phippsburg has a new Animal Control Officer (ACO)!

CONTACTS
Regarding the permit for removal of the Popham Pilings

DEP Application for NRPA Permit - Piling at Popham

Historical Murphy House Brochure

NO NEW REGISTRATIONS
AFTER 4:30 PM


Would you like to serve your Community?

Committee Openings
Application

Streaming Video of Meetings.

Center Pond Fishway Fundraiser Information

Center Pond Fishway Shirts & Hats for Sale

Shellfish Conservation Events

Stewardship Guide for Phippsburg

Town Report for 2016

Winslow-Johnson Scholarship 2017
Fund Application

Outside Links

Weather/Tides/Time
Area Weather
Marine Weather
Portland Weather Buoy
Phippsburg Weather   
Time 
Weatherbug (download)

Media
Portland Press
Times Record
WCSH (6) Storm Closings

Government

City of Bath
County Sheriff

Federal
State of Maine

Town of West Bath
U.S. Postal Service

Legislature E-mail
Governor LePage
Senator King
Senator Collins
Representative Pingree
State Senator Linda Baker
State Rep. Jeff Pierce


Schools & Libraries

Albert F. Totman Library
Patten Free Library
Phippsburg
Popham Library
Regional School Unit #1

Organizations
Bath Visitors Site
Bath Housing
Chamber of Commerce
Maine's First Ship
Maine Fishermen's Forum
Maine Information
New Meadows Watershed
Phipps Historical Society
Phippsburg Land Trust
Sagadahoc Preservation, Inc.
Spectrum Generations
Women's Business Center

Sportsmen's Association

Town Clerk Information

Lisa M. Wallace, Town Clerk
Pauline Flemmings, Deputy Town Clerk
Amber L. Jones, Deputy Town Clerk

 

Contact Information for Clerks

Mail:

1042 Main Road

Phippsburg, ME 04562

 

E-mail: tax@phippsburg.com

 

Telephone: (207) 389-2653
 

        Marriage Intentions form  (PDF)
        Marriage Intentions Form (PDF Fillable)
       

     Vital Statistics Information

The State of Maine has enacted NEW FEES AND LAWS effective 12 July regarding issuance of vital records; marriage, birth and death certificates included.
     Certified copies of these certificates are now $15.00 each, and $6.00 each for any subsequent copies issued at the same time.  Marriage Licenses are now $40.00.
     For information on NEW LAWS regarding who may access and acquire vital records, and identification requirements, click here.

Vital Statistics Request Form
 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR OBTAINING A MARRIAGE LICENSE 


Where to apply
:
 

Residents of the State of Maine must record notice of their intentions to marry in the office of the clerk of the municipality in which at least one of them resides. If only one of the parties resides in Maine, the parties must record notice of their intentions to marry in the office of the clerk of the municipality in which the resident party resides. Once the intentions are filed and the license is issued, the parties are free to marry anywhere within the State of Maine. The license is valid for a period of 90 days from the date the intentions are filed.

Out-of-State Residents must file their intentions to marry in any municipal office. Once the intentions are filed and the license is issued, the parties are free to marry anywhere within the State of Maine. The license is valid for a period of 90 days from the date the intentions are filed.  

REQUIREMENTS 

Intentions of Marriage

The bride and groom must complete an Intention of Marriage form. The bride and groom’s signatures must be acknowledged before an official authorized to take oaths, e.g. notary public.  This form can be downloaded by clicking here:  Marriage Intentions Form Download (PDF) or Marriage Intentions Form (PDF Fillable).

The marriage license is valid for 90 days from the date the intentions are filed.

No blood tests are required.

Filing Fee

The filing fee is $40.00.

 Previous Marriage(s) 

If either the bride or groom has been previously married, a certified copy of the death or divorce decree, whichever ended the previous marriage, must be presented to the clerk where the intentions of marriage are filed. The certified copy must be presented to the clerk prior to the processing of the marriage license.

 A certified copy of a divorce decree may be obtained from the clerk of courts in the county were the divorce was filed. The clerk of courts will certify the document using an embossed seal. Photocopies are not accepted.  

A certified copy of a death certificate may be obtained from the clerk in the town/city of the place of death. The clerk will certify the document using an embossed seal. Photocopies are not accepted. 

STEPS OF THE MARRIAGE PROCESS 

Step 1: The Bride and Groom must complete an Intentions of Marriage form at the office of the clerk where the intentions are filed.

      The filing fee of $40.00 is paid at the time of filing.  

The certified death/divorce decree(s), if applicable, is presented to the clerk at the time of filing. The marriage license will not be processed without the proper decree(s).  

Proof of identity, e.g. driver's license, passport, state I.D. must be provided to the clerk at the time of filing.  

Couples filing in Phippsburg, the Town Office is located at: 

1042 Main Road
Phippsburg, ME  04562
Telephone: (207) 389-2653

Couples who file in Phippsburg should contact the Phippsburg Town Office from 9-1, 2-5 Weekdays at 389-2653.  The Town Clerk has limited hours and is available by appointment only.

 Step 2: The marriage license is completed by the officiant legally qualified to perform a marriage in Maine, and signed by two witnesses. The officiant is required to file the license within 7 working days of the ceremony with the clerk where the license was issued.

 Step 3:  After the marriage license is filed with the Town Clerk, a certified copy(s) may be obtained at the Town Office during normal business hours for a fee of $15.00 for the 1st copy and $6.00 for any additional copies made at the same time.