This site is intended to be an all-inclusive informational site about everything Stonington, Maine has to offer its residents and visitors.
We are Maine’s authentic coastal fishing village, Maine’s #1 commercial fishing port, and one of the state’s premeir destinations for the performing arts and artists!
Content is listed chronologically in the main body of the text, as it was added. For your ease in navigating this site we suggest you use the index of categories located on the upper right side of the page!
STONINGTON TOWN OFFICE
(207) 367-2351, Monday – Friday, 8 – 4, closed major holidays and weekends. Located on Main St. between the Harbor Cafe and Isalos Gallery (with a flagpole out front!).
Building permit applications available during business hours. For an appointment with the Code Enforcement Officer (who reviews most building permit applications), Judy Jenkins, please call the town office. Judy is in the office on Tuesdays.
Maine salt water and fresh water fishing licenses, Stonington commercial and recreational clam digging licences, and other licenses available at the town office during business hours.
TO REPORT A FIRE PLEASE CALL 911
PLEASE OBTAIN A FIRE PERMIT FOR ANY OUTDOOR FIRES
TO CALL THE POLICE PLEASE CALL 911. HANCOCK COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPT. AND MAINE STATE POLICE CAN BE REACHED THROUGH THIS NUMBER.
CELL PHONE SERVICE
Downtown Stonington is located at the base of a hill facing the ocean. As a result, we are not covered directly by any cell phone service. Other parts of town, however, do have cell service thanks to two new towers (late 2011 and early 2012) that were erected in neighboring Deer Isle. Verizon and US Cellular are the two that offer the best service in the area.
The only public wireless connection that is available 24 hours a day is located at the Stonington Public Library, Main St. You can sit on the bench outside or in a limited range around the building to access the wi-fi at anytime. Library is open Tuesday & Friday afternoons and Saturday 10 -2.
Wireless is also available at Susie Q’s coffee shop and country store, 40 School St. (up the hill from the Opera House), open June – October.
Boyce’s Motel and Inn on the Harbor both have wireless service for their guests.
This blog was created on 2/21/12. Site will now be developed so STAY TUNED to EXPERIENCE AUTHENTIC MAINE!