Important Information Regarding Vehicle Registrations:
Governor Janet Mills has issued an Executive Order “Regarding Certain Municipal and Taxation Matters”. The new order, effective May 12, 2020, orders the following:
- A vehicle required to be registered in this State for which a registration expires or has expired must be registered within 30 days of the effective date of this Order.
- “Vehicle” includes without limitation a motor vehicle, all-terrain vehicle, watercraft, snowmobile and trailer and “registration” includes temporary registrations.
For more information on the Governor’s Executive Order, please click here.
New Vehicle Registration: The Town Clerk's Office is now assisting residents with the registration of new vehicles, contact free, in an effort to keep both the public and staff safe during the State of Emergency related to COVID-19.
To register a new vehicle:
- Complete the Motor Vehicle New Registration Form, located here.
- Mail the completed form, along with all required documentation to the Town of Kittery, located at 200 Rogers, Road, Kittery, ME 03904.
This form is for new registrations of vehicles purchased through a dealership only.
As of May 11, 2020, the Town Hall Customer Service Center is open from 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Monday through Thursday to assist residents with vehicle registrations, and other Clerks Office services.
Please do not get in line at Town Hall unless you have all of yur vehicle registration documentation with you. For more on what is needed to register a vehicle, please click here.
The mission of the Town Clerk’s office is to accurately maintain all town records, conduct elections with professionalism in accordance with State Law, issue State and Town licenses, and provide information to both Town Officials and the general public in a friendly and confidential manner.
For general information on vehicle registrations, including what you'll need to provide in order to register your vehicle, please click here.