Code Enforcement

The Code Enforcement department is a part of the Community Development, Planning, and Codes Department and serves as a resource to several town departments, boards, and committees. The primary role of the Code Enforcement Office is to review and approve building, plumbing, and electrical permits as well as to provide various code assistance to the general public.

Additionally, the Code Enforcement Office acts in the capacity of local plumbing inspector (LPI), Shoreland Zoning administrator, and Flood Plain Management administrator.

Office Closed for Staff Meetings

  1. The Department opens late on Wednesdays. Please view the schedule (PDF) for more details.