Thank you for visiting the Town of Hancock website. We are pleased to be able to offer this service to our residents. We are working to update the site on a regular basis with information we feel will help you, our residents.
Please feel free to let us know what information would be helpful by e-mailing, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at the office, 207-422-3393. You can also write to us at P O Box 68, Hancock, ME 04640. We will do our best to get it on the site.
I have listed some other sites that might be of interest to you. Please be aware that clicking any link on our website, may direct you to another website. We will not direct you to any website that is not a legitimate site with credentials.
For information on nuisance bears, click here.
You can visit Maine Inland Fisheries website
for more information on bears, other critters, and recreational sporting activities.
This bear was seen in Hancock several times in the same location.
Photos were taken by Jane Branca
|The Town Office will be having limited hours until further notice. This is due to staffing and the needs of the town. We will be open the following hours:|
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 7am until 1pm (CEO on Tuesday from 7-12)
Thursday we will have our regular hours- 7am-4pm (CEO from 1-4)
Friday will be open 7am-11am as usual.
We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to return to our regular hours as soon as possible. IF we are closed, you can register motor vehicles at the Sullivan Town Office. You can perform vehicle registrations, Inland Fishery transactions (ATV, Hunting/Fishing, etc) online from clicking the links at the bottom of this page. You will be directed to the appropriate site to complete the transaction.
|The State will be having the annual June Primary election on Tuesday, May 13th. Polls will be open from 8am-8pm. There is 1 bond issue on the ballot. You can view the bond issue and State Treasurer's statement here (you will be re-directed to the Maine.gov site). Absentee balloting will begin on Monday, May 15th.|
Town Meeting Election ResultsThe Ordinance to govern retail marijuana was not adopted. All other articles passed as written.
Selectman/Assessor, 3 year- John (Jack) Bridges 108 votes/104 votes
Randall (Randy) Ewins 131 votes/130 votes
Planning Board, 3 year- Mark Piper 140 votes
Planning Board, 1 year- Antonio Blasi 34 votes
School Board, 3 year- Sarah Baker 159 votes
Mollie Seyffer 65 votes
Road Commissioner, 3 year- Rudy Bagley 172 votes