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The Town of Owls Head is currently looking for volunteers to form a committee to update the town's current absentee policy for board and committee members and to create a Code of Conduct policy for municipal employees and officials, board and committee members. If interested please contact the Town Office at 207-594-7434 for further information.

Owls Head job application

The 2nd annual Trunk or Treat is scheduled for October 28, 2023 @ 4pm

This project is run fully by residents of Owls Head and not the Town.  Any donations of candy is welcome.

Tuesday Afternoon Bridge

Owls Head welcomes residents and their guests. for a bridge social each Tuesday from 1 pm - 4 pm in the Conference Room at the Town Office.  Players of all ages and abilities are encouraged to attend with caution only that conviviality displaces the critical competitiveness of a stricter contract version of the game.  Here is serious fun with every student and teacher in what has become an informal and successful institution founded primarily to promote friendship.  Regular gatherings take place year-round unless the use of the space is preempted by notice of official business.

Owls Head Planning Board & Airport Committee meetings are now available on YouTube.  Feel free to call the office if you have any questions. (207)594-7434

Beginning April 03, 2023, Code Enforcement Officer Matt Deane will be working on Mondays and Thursdays.
HOURS:  Monday 9 am - 5 pm 
                   Thursday 9 am - 5 pm

We have the capability of registering your vehicles online.  Please use the link below to start the process:
Once you've completed it, the registration and stickers will be mailed to you from the State

Has a page on the Town's Website where you can learn about its mission, membership, news, and events, and an inventory of the Town's parks, public lands, and walking trails, and their features.  Click on "Community" and then "Conservation Commission".

The Library will be open on Wednesdays, from 4 pm to 7 pm, and Saturdays, from 10 am to 2 pm.  Pat Stephen is the Librarian.

The Cemetery Committee is looking for new members. Please contact (207) 594-7434 at the Owls Head Town Office if you are interested.

2023 Mooring Fees Renewals are due by JULY.  Many mooring fees did not get paid last year.  This fee helps the town maintain our harbors and also pays our Harbor/Deputy Harbor Master salaries.  Please remember to pay your mooring fees. 
$50.00 Year-Round Resident per year
(Year-Round Resident of Owls Head)
$100.00 Non-Resident per year
New Mooring Application
Renewal Mooring Application 

Stump Dump


Address:  Stellar Blossom Way
Owls Head, Maine  04854

(Behind the tennis courts) (effective October 1, 2017)

Hours:  Wednesdays & Saturdays 8:00 am to 4:00 pm – Closed 12-1 for lunch

Owls Head maintains its’ own Stump Dump which is available to the residents of the town.  Users of the stump dump must have a stump dump authorization sticker attached to the window of their vehicle, these free stickers can be picked up at the Town Office

Asphalt Shingles & Tarpaper, Sheetrock, vinyl Siding, Cardboard, Limited Amounts of Earthen Materials, Unclean Wood, Limited Numbers of Small Stumps, Household Furniture, Rugs, Mattresses, Porcelain and Fiberglass Plumbing Fixtures.

Clean Wood (no paint), Trees and Logs cut not longer then 8 feet with limbs removed, Brush, and Un-Bagged Leaves and Grass.  (No other items shall be burned by State Law).

Metals of any kind, Smaller Plastic Items, Tires, Batteries, Paper, Garbage, Trash, Paint or Paint Cans, Oil, or any other Toxic Material.

Universal waste items such as Thermometers, Thermostats, Light Bulbs/Tube, TVs and CRT Monitors.

All these items except batteries & oil go the solid waste facility in Thomaston.  Batteries and Oil may be recycled.  There are also several places in Owls Head who use drain oil for heating, and most scrap metal dealers will buy lead acid batteries.


UPDATED 12.19.2022 stump dump fees

Changes are necessary in order to make this facility at least partially support itself.  Users should also be aware that every item deposited in this facility, or any other place that it does not belong must be cleaned up with your tax dollars, and that illegal dumping, at this facility or on lands of another, is a Class E crime punishable by stiff fines and jail sentences.

NOTE:  Fee for dumping of burn pile items will be assessed by on-site attendant at time of dumping.

Burn Pile:
Clean wood with no paint, metal, plastic, glue & brush.

Compost Pile
Leaves, grass, pine needles and weeds from gardens are permitted.  Please remove from bags, they may not be bagged.  Please do not deposit rope, plastic, etc. because they will be in the finished compost used in gardens.

Building materials, wooden and upholstered furniture, radios, mattress & box springs, wooden & asphalt shingles, rope, wire, gutters, plumbing pipe & fixtures, fiberglass products, wallboard & paneling, rotten wood, small stumps, painted wood & wood with metal & nails, plastic & asphalt floor covering, carpeting.

Firewood Pile
Wood suitable for firewood.  Shall not be rotten or longer than 4 feet and must be limbed and able to be handled by one person.

Our license does not permit this facility to accept any amount of paper, cardboard, asbestos of any kind, anything in plastic, metal or glass containers, any liquids (paint, oil thinners, etc.), anything in paper or plastic pages, insulation, cardboard boxes or the bas and boxes themselves, microwave ovens, smoke detectors, anything wholly metal, fertilizers & pesticides, or any hazardous materials, garbage, trash or any animal wastes or remains.  It can also not accept wood or coal ashes unless they are tested first.  This facility does not accept fill of any kind.  It is strictly a transfer facility.

Brush and wood must be inside the 4 burn posts before you leave or the registered owner of the vehicle depositing it will be charged a $20.00 extra fee if you don’t put it on the pile.

Town Office

Physical Address:
Town of Owls Head
224 Ash Point Drive
Owls Head, ME 04854
Tele: 207-594-7434
Fax: 207-594-7598

Mailing Address:
Town of Owls Head
224 Ash Point Drive
Owls Head, ME 04854

Cash, Check, or Credit Card (2.5% service fee on credit cards)

Office Hours

Monday - 8am to 5pm

Tuesday - 8am to 5pm

Wednesday - 8am to 5pm

Thursday - 8am to 5pm

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday - Closed

Quick Contacts

Administrative Assistant:
Christine Fee

Tax Collector:
Eleanor Stone

Town Clerk:
Eleanor Stone

Catherine Birmingham

Holidays 2023

New Year’s Day
Mon January 2

Martin Luther King Day
Mon January 16

President’s Day
Mon February 20

Patriot’s Day
Mon April 17

Memorial Day
Mon May 29

Mon June 19

Independence Day
Tues July 4

Labor Day
Mon September 04

Indigenous People’s Day/ Columbus Day
Mon October 9

Veterans Day
Thurs November 9

Thurs November 23

Christmas Day
Mon December 25


Contact Us

Physical Address:
Town of Owls Head
224 Ash Point Drive
Owls Head, ME 04854
Fax 207-594-7598

Mailing Address:
Town of Owls Head
224 Ash Point Drive
Owls Head, ME 04854