For information and hours that each department is open, please visit these links.
- Municipal Office
- Clerk's Office
- Code Enforcement
- Addressing Office
- Public Works
- Town Manager
- 62 East Main Street
- Denmark, ME 04022
- Phone: (207) 452-2163
- Fax: (207) 452-2333
The Town office is closed on the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- President’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Indigenous Peoples Day
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Thanksgiving Friday
- Christmas Day
Hours: The Assessor’s Agent is in the office on Wednesdays between 9:00 - 1:00.
The Assessor’s Agent is responsible for maintaining property tax records and ensuring that the tax burden is equitably distributed based on value.
Please be advised that assessment information is provided on this website for reference only.
Assessor: Bob Konczal
Phone: (207) 452-2356
Please visit our Documents section for the assessing databases, tax maps and applications.Back to top
- Tuesday - Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm
- Second and last Saturday of the month 9:00am to 12:00pm (except Holiday Weekends)
- All vehicle/boat/ATV registration requests must arrive 30 minutes before closing
Town Clerk: Micki Warner
Phone: (207) 452-2163, ex 202
Deputy Town Clerk: Marty Wilson
Phone: (207) 452-2163, ex 204
Deputy Town Clerk: Ella Cressy
Phone: (207) 452-2163, ex 203
Code Enforcement / Local Plumbing Inspector
Hours Tuesday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Lyndsay will be in the office unless out on an inspection or site visit.
The Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for the administering and enforcement of all Town ordinances, as well as adopted codes relating to building construction within the Town of Denmark.
It is recommended that you contact the Code Enforcement Officer prior to the start of new construction to inquire as to which permits will be applicable to your operation. Permits can be obtained from the Code Enforcement Officer.
Office Phone: (207) 452-2207
Cell Phone: (207)-890-8057
Please visit our Documents section for the Zoning Ordinance and forms.Back to top
In order for first responders to be able to find your location in an emergency, each structure must be linked to a unique, physical address that clearly identifies where an emergency caller is located. Municipal authority to address is granted under Municipal Home Rule Powers as provided in Article VIII, Part 2, Section 1 of Maine State Constitution and Title 30-A MRSA Section 3001.
Please complete this Address Request Form if any of the following occurs:
- If you have purchased or will be developing a lot to include a dwelling and have obtained a building permit from the Code Enforcement Officer. You will need an address assigned for electric and phone service.
- If you will be adding an additional dwelling to a property that has an existing dwelling.
- If you have any questions about your property’s address.
Addressing Officer: Andrew Knightly
Phone: (207) 200-5398
The mission of the Denmark Public Works Department is to improve the quality of life for citizens by maintaining Denmark’s infrastructure, while protecting it natural resources. Denmark Public Works provides for year round maintenance of town roads and facilities. The Department also facilitates Denmark’s Transfer Station located on Hancock Pond Road. Our employees are committed to meeting the needs of the Town of Denmark while preparing for its future.
Director: Bob Hebert
Phone: (207) 452-2310
The Denmark Recreation Department is dedicated to providing members of our community the opportunity to participate in activities that will enhance their well being through recreation. Through the dedication of volunteers and staff we endeavor to provide quality programs to the citizens of Denmark.
Director: Hillary Allocco
Phone: (207) 233-4357
- General Recreation Facilities Open to the Public in Denmark
- Brownfield Recreation Department
- Fryeburg Recreation Department
- Fryeburg Area Lacrosse - open to any MSAD #71 student K-8th Grade
Phone: (207) 452-8850
Hours: Open Door Policy Tuesday - Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm or by appointment.
The Town Manager is the chief administrator for the Town and as such is responsible for all departments and employees. The manager is appointed by the Select Board for three year terms and is tasked with carrying out the programs and policies established by the Select Board. The manager organizes and directs the management of the executive affairs of the Town in a manner consistent with the Town Charter, policies, and ordinances. In addition to these and many other responsibilities, the manager routinely reports to the Select Board as to the status of town affairs, programs, and plans for the purposes of effective government in the Town of Denmark.Back to top