The Town of Rumford recognizes the State of Maine Emergency declaration and is prepared to institute the following changes out of an abundance of caution to keep the Citizens of our community and our employees safe.
Our goal is to keep the community safe by reducing risk of exposure to COVID-19 to a minimum. We encourage all citizens to complete their transactions on line if possible.
As a result of Governor’s directive the Town has decided to keep the Town offices closed until further notice.
Town staff have been advised not to come to work if they are feeling unwell or have come into possible contact with a COVID-19 carrier. We ask that you, too, use your best judgement. If you are not feeling well, please stay home to protect the health of others.
You may find forms and applications available in the lobby of the Town Hall. These forms can be completed and submitted in the drop box provided.
Town Hall staff will be available, and actively responding to phone calls and emails during this time.
Until further notice the town will not have direct contact with the public.
The Rumford Town Hall will be closed to customers, the lobby will be open for drop box and pick up beginning March 17th – April 8, 2020.
Below are some quick links to assist you in business transactions available online.
Pay Bills: Tax bill, sewer bill
Taxes are still due by April 1st however we have extended the date in which it begings accruing interest to May 1, 2020.
Also please utilize our website tabs. ‘Departments’ tab will bring you to specific department pages which also have direct links for online services and forms. ‘The How Do I’ tab has many online functions as well.
Rumford Public Library is closed until further notice.
Please be advised that the situation may change, pending further information and updates. The Town Manager, Stacy Carter, and the Select Board, along with Police and Fire are leading the Town’s emergency management response and will continue maintaining regular communication with staff, community, and the state officials to remain informed of the situation. Further updates will be provided to the community as we receive them.
For continuous updates on the coronavirus COVID-19 from the Town of Rumford refer to this page.
For more information on how to protect yourself and your family please refer to the Maine CDC website.