The town office staff, along with our local Emergency Management Director, have provided a list of resources and information for Burnham residents.
The town office is now open - for Burnham residents only at this point. Limited hours: Mondays 8am-4pm & 7pm-9pm --- Wednesdays 8am-4pm --- Fridays 8am-2pm Please observe guidelines posted on-site for visiting the town office safely. Call or email with any questions ahead of your visit:
Call us: 207-948-2369
Email us: email@example.com
Emergency phone: 207-314-6698
A temporary emergency phone has been set up to assist Burnham residents that may need guidance, groceries, financial help or advice during hours the town office is closed. Call 207-314-6698 and leave a message. Your call will be returned. Calling 211 is also always an option.
Select Board Meetings
If you'd like to call into Select Board Meetings during this time, please contact the town office for details on how to join the conference calls.
The Transfer Station is still open during regular hours (Tuesdays 12-4pm, Saturdays 8am-4pm)
Check with your pharmacy, as most have delivery available or for a small fee will mail prescriptions.
Volunteers are available to pick up groceries for residents in need.
Belfast Co-Op has launched shopping with curbside pick-up. Call them at 207-338-2532 for more information.
Hannaford customers over 60 or considered high-risk may shop special hours. Check with Hannaford for the most up-to-date hours.
Unity Food Pantry
Open the 3rd Saturday of each month, 6-7:30am. Curbside meals to-go: Thursdays at 10:30am (outside the Unity Community Center)
There are also a small supply of food boxes at the Town Office, supplied by the Unity Food Pantry.
Need anything? A book, puzzle, food, information? Please call us at 207-948-2369 or 207-314-6698. We have a team of volunteers ready to assist. We are here for you!
A registration, including a temporary registration, of a vehicle, including, without limitation, a motor vehicle, all-terrain vehicle, watercraft or snowmobile, or a trailer required to be registered in this State that expires during the period of a state of emergency declared by the Governor (state of emergency was declared on March 15, 2020) in accordance with Title 37-B, section 742 due to the outbreak of COVID-19 is deemed extended until 30 days following the termination of the state of emergency.
Registering Newly Purchased Vehicles:
On March 23, 2020 the Governor authorized the temporary stay of the requirement to register a vehicle after the transfer of ownership or title. This will be in effect for the duration of the emergency. If a person can register normally through their municipality or Bureau of Motor Vehicle Office before the end of the emergency, then they should do so immediately.
In the event a person or company purchasing a motor vehicle or trailer in a “private sale” which does
not include a temporary registration plate, and subsequently cannot register that vehicle due to the
existing emergency, this document may serve as a temporary registration.