Results are unofficial until accepted by City Council. Special City Council Meeting will be November 9, 2023 at 5:30 PM in the Council Chamber. Tally Sheets are below: ….Read More
City Owned Vehicles and Equipment for Sale by Sealed Bid The following are City owned vehicles and equipment for sale by sealed bid. All bids need to include information and number of the item you are bidding on. Item numbers will be on the vehicles/equipment ….Read More
City Clerk Toni Dyer is wearing her shirt with camouflage deer to wish good luck to all the youth hunters today and tomorrow. Please wear your orange, be safe and have fun! Ellsworth’s youth may email photos of their deer with the youth name, ….Read More
There are 2 City Council seats: On the ballot are, Marc Blanchette John Linnehan Gene Lyons, incumbent Patrick Lyons Ruth Moore Noah Robidoux Nancy Smith Library Trustee: On the ballot are, Rain Perez Kathleen Cravens, incumbent Ellsworth School Board: On the ballot are, ….Read More
Nomination papers for the November 7, 2023 Municipal Election will be available beginning August 11, 2023 at the Ellsworth City Clerk’s Office, in City Hall for the following positions: 2 Ellsworth City Council members, terms to expire November 2026 2 Ellsworth Library Trustee member, term ….Read More
The Hancock County Commissioners have shared information related to an upcoming caucus for the Budget Advisory Committee. The caucus will be held at 1pm on Wednesday, September 6 at the Hancock County Commissioners’ Office at 50 State Street, Ellsworth. The purpose is the election of ….Read More
Election Worker Signup – Click here to signup The City of Ellsworth is looking for citizens that are willing to work during State and Local Elections. The City has 4 wards that require a certain level of staffing to assist voters each election. The duties ….Read More
The City of Ellsworth will supply a notary to perform marriage ceremonies during regular business hours at City Hall. Make an appointment by calling the Clerk’s Office at (207)667-2563 or email the office at email@example.com . Walk-in availability is not guaranteed and not all notaries ….Read More
The results of the June 29th 2023 Municipal School Budget and Special Referendum Election were accepted by City Council at a City Council Special Meeting Friday, June 30th. The Municipal School Budget received 322 YES votes (98 NO votes). The Special Referendum received 236 YES ….Read More
Due to limitations of the Maine.gov tax payment portal. Only accounts with amounts due will be available to search. If the account you are looking up has a zero balance or a credit balance you will see the below message. Verify the search criteria was entered correctly. If it was, this means there is no outstanding balance to pay on the account.
Debit/Credit card payments made online or at City Hall will incur an additional 2.5% card processing fee. There is no additional fee for paying with cash or checks.