Assistance is requested to locate Derek Adams from Byron/Hanover who has been missing since December 28. Persons wishing to participate in the continuing search may contact Daryl Gurney 207-233-7636 for information. Anyone with knowledge about Derek Adams' disappearance please call the Oxford County Sheriff's Office at 1-800-733-1421. Click HERE for a news article.
Reminder: Property taxes were due by June 30.
Hanover T- shirts, Fishing and Hunting Licenses are available at the Town Office.
Highway rumble strips are scheduled for U.S. Route 2. Click HERE for DOT rumble strip safety information.
The book, A History of Hanover, Maine, 1774-1980, by Alfred F. Howard is a valuable source of information about our town - historical facts - genealogy - being an industrial center - anecdotal accounts of circumstances and events, etc. This 576 page volume is now available for purchase at the Hanover Town Office.
Select Board meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 PM unless otherwise posted.
Planning Board meets the first Wednesday of each month at 5:00 PM unless otherwise posted.
Tri Town Transfer Station open 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
General Assistance for Hanover residents - contact Ellie Andrews at the Hanover Town Office - 207-364-8200.
Gardner Roberts Memorial Library Hours
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|Hi. My name is RJ. I am waiting for my master to take me for my 2016 license. It doesn't cost much, just $6 for fixed dogs and $12 for anyone that hasn't been fixed. I will need to show the Town Office my neuter or spay certificate and an up to date rabies certificate. Please do it before Dec. 31. After February 1 there is a $25 late fee and the Animal Control Officer will visit us.|