If you are waiting until the end of the month to head to Ellsworth City Hall to register your vehicle and pay the excise tax or get copies of vital records or pick up a hunting/fishing license you'll want to know that the Clerk and Tax Offices will be closed April 27-29th.

This means that you will not be able to in person

  • Pay Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes
  • Pay Property or Real Estate Taxes
  • Pay Utility (Water/Sewer) Bills
  • Obtain Copies of Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates
  • Obtain Dog, Hunting, Fishing Licenses or Register an ATV

You will however be able to pay utility (water/sewer) bills on foreclosed properties and do any of the above online.

City Hall will remain open and other departments will be working. However the staff of the City Clerk and Tax Offices  will be receiving training on a new computer system and perform verification of data converted from the old system.

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