Town of Hiram

Town of Hiram

Town of HiramTown of HiramTown of Hiram


Monday - Thurs 9 am - 3 pm

Thurs Evening 5:30 - 7 pm

Friday 9am to noon

Open 2nd Saturday of the month 

8 am to 11 am 

Information regarding Coronavirus aka COVid 19


As the world- wide coronavirus outbreak continues to dominate our news each day, we know this may be a source of growing concern for you and your family.  

We decided as of March 17, 2020 that the office will be closed to foot traffic. Our staff will continue to come to work to assist you via the phone and email.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.  We are still here to assist you in any way we can.  If you are not already receiving our emails please send me your email address and I will add you to our email list, to  get the most up to date information as it becomes available. 


From this website you can locate links to process vehicle re-registrations and most of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife provisions. To reach this page select departments  from above,  under Town Office click on the blue box  which says services available to find the various agency links. If you need any information to process your registrations online please contact us and we will try to assist you.  We are also processing re-registrations via the mail, call the office and we will be happy to help you. 

The new legislative measures that were adopted on March 17, 2020 extends registrations for motor vehicles, ATV's and boats for 30 days  after the end of the public health emergency. (date to be determined) Meaning if your registration has or is expiring you can continue to use the vehicle legally, you have 30 days once  the current emergency is lifted to get the vehicle registered.  This covers any new vehicles purchased at a dealer displaying a temporary plate.  If you have a new vehicle which was not purchased at a dealer that needs to be registered please contact Marylou  and together we can work something out to get your vehicle registered. 

We are currently keeping in close contact with both our Health Officer and our Emergency Management Director and will monitor this situation closely. 

In our download section below there are a few information posters regarding prevention and detection.  At this time we should all follow the rules set forth in the  poster “Stop the Spread of Germs”. It is as a simple reminder on what you can do on your part. We have also supplied the link to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, you can find current information regarding the coronavirus. 

We will continue to send out any new information we get in regards to the virus here in Maine. As always the health and safety of our community members is a top priority for all of us. 

Municipal Officers and Town Staff. 

Electronic Meeting

Municipal Officers Meetings during COVID 19 Emergency

As we try to conduct business as normal as possible here with the office being closed to the public and practicing safe social distancing our Thursday night meeting will be hosted via Zoom until further notice. Click on the blue box below to locate the meeting information. 

Our mailing and physical address are changing

We are in the process of beginning to update our mailing and physical address.  No we have not moved,  we are still in the "Little Red School House" on what was formerly known as Allard Circle.  Though our address has changed. 

Last November we brought to the voters a referendum question regarding access to the municipal properties on what was previously known as Allard Circle.  The road configuration has changed, it is no longer a circle.  The referendum that was voted on authorized the town to widen a portion of road leading from So Hiram Rd aka Rte. 160 to the municipal properties and discontinuing a portion of the road known as Allard Circle.  Funding was approved to come out of our Capital Improvement Reserve. 


At our town meeting which was held on Saturday March 7, 2020 the town voted to accept the new access road. The new road way is called "Nasons Way".  This will affect five properties that formerly had Allard Circle addresses, three of which are town owned parcels, the Town Office, So Hiram Fire Department & Sacopee Rescue Barn.  At the same meeting the voters extended the Bobbin Mill Road to connect the other end of the roadway formerly known as Allard Circle to the So Hiram Rd aka Rte. 160. 

The Hiram Town Office and the So Hiram Fire Departments physical and  mailing addresses are changing.  The Sacopee Rescue Department uses a PO Box for their mailing address so it will affect there physical address only. 

New Addresses for Municipal Properties

Hiram Town Office - 16 Nasons Way - (formerly 25 Allard Circle)

So Hiram Fire Dept - 23 Nasons Way - (formerly 18 Allard Circle)

Sacopee Rescue - 24 Nasons Way -  (formerly 17 Allard Circle)

Please update your records to indicate the Town Office new mailing address of 16 Nasons Way. We have spoken with the local post office and they will work with us we transition to our new address.  



Stop Spread of Germs (pdf)


Symptoms (pdf)


CDC Preparation (pdf)


Fact Sheet 1 (pdf)


Fact Sheet 2 (pdf)


Sick with COVID19 (pdf)


Directory Town 3/2020 (pdf)


2019 Town Report (pdf)


Newsletter FEB 2020 (pdf)


Current News & events

Municipal Officers Meetings

Municipal Officers Meetings

Municipal Officers Meetings


Municipal Officers Meet Thursday evenings beginning at 7 pm. If you wish to be placed on the agenda please contact the office staff by noontime on Thursday. 

Election Info

Municipal Officers Meetings

Municipal Officers Meetings


State Primary Election 

Will be held 

Tuesday June 9, 2020

Polls will be open from 8 to 8


Municipal Officers Meetings

Office Closure


If you would like to be added to our email list please send your name and property address to We send out quarterly newsletters as well as other announcements as necessary . 

A copy of the  current newsletter is  located below.  

Office Closure

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee

Office Closure


The office is not scheduled to be closed until Memorial Day Weekend.  

Please check back here if there is a winter advisory for this area as well as the local news stations. 

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee


The Town recently acquired the Mt Cutler property with the help of a Land & Water Conservation Fund Grant.  There are about 5 miles of scenic trails and a new parking lot off Hiram Hill Rd.

Volunteers Needed

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee

Mt Cutler & The Conservation Committee


We are currently looking for volunteers for our Appeals Board, Sacopee Rescue Board, School 

Board Member for MSAD 55,  Alternates for our Planning Board and Comprehensive Plan Committee.

Please contact the office if interested 207-625-4663 


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