The Ellsworth Code Enforcement Office ensures compliance with codes regarding new construction, land use regulations and the maintenance of structures and premises.

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  • Code Enforcement - Code Enforcement Officer - Dwight Tilton

    Dwight Tilton

    Code Enforcement Officer

    Lori Roberts - Code Enforcement

    Lori Roberts

    Deputy Code Enforcement

    Michael Hangge - Code Enforcement

    Michael Hangge

    Fire and Life Safety Inspector/Plans Examiner

  • Permits & Inspections 

  • How do I know if I need a permit?

    Depending on the project you are undertaking, permit may be required. The following activity may trigger the need for a permit, prior to the commencement of your project:

    1. Building
    2. Electrical
    3. Internal Plumbing
    4. Road Opening
    5. Changing the use of a property and/or structure (Site Development)
    6. Demolition and/or removal
    7. Alterations
    8. Public Sewer or Subsurface Wastewater
    9. Shoreland Zoning
    10. DEP Permit-by-Rule
    11. Sign
    12. Subdivision
    13. Business License
    14. Floodplain

    How do I know how much permit fees are?

    To find out permit fees, refer to the Permit Fee Schedule.

    What are the city hall office hours?

    Ellsworth City Hall office hours are Monday thru Friday – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Ellsworth City Hall is closed for the following holidays:

    • New Year’s Day January 1
    • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 3rd Monday in January
    • President’s Day 3rd Monday In February
    • Memorial Day Last Monday in May
    • Independence Day July 4
    • Labor Day First Monday in September
    • Columbus Day Second Monday in October
    • Veteran’s Day November 11
    • Thanksgiving 4th Thursday & Friday in November
    • Christmas December 25

    A holiday that falls on a Saturday will be observed on the preceding Friday.

    A holiday that falls on a Sunday will be observed on the following Monday.

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    Fax 669-6618