You may re-register your boat, ATV, or snowmobile online through the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife or come to the City Hall tax collector’s office for a new transaction (27 Pine Street).You will need to bring in your bill of sale for a private or dealer sale.
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Please visit the Secretary of State's Online Services webpage to re-register your vehicle. To expedite the re-registration process you will need your expiring registration, insurance card, and odometer reading.
If you have purchased a new or used vehicle from a Maine-licensed dealer, you may pay excise tax and complete the registration process through the Finance Department office (27 Pine Street). You may also purchase new license plates or transfer license plates from another vehicle you own.
Payment by mail: Check payable to the City of Lewiston VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover credit/debit cards accepted *please note that there is a 2.5% portal processing fee added to the tax payment amount.
Mail payment to: City of Lewiston Tax Collector’s Office 27 Pine Street Lewiston, ME. 04240
Payment in person: Cash accepted Check payable to the City of Lewiston VISA, MC, AMEX, Discover credit/debit cards accepted * please note that there is a 2.5% portal processing fee added to the tax payment amount.
Payment by escrow: Please note that, if you have a tax escrow account with your mortgage lender, the bank will make your tax payment. Therefore, you do not have to make a tax payment directly to the City. If you are unsure, please call your mortgage lender.
You may now print out your duplicate bill from the City’s website from the link on the Treasury Division’s page under the Finance Department. There is a link there that will access the tax bills. There is also a link on the front page of the City website. It will take a few minutes to download because of the size of the files. Click on the alphabet of the last name and scroll to the bill you want or on the top of the search engine tool bar page click on “EDIT” and than “FILE”. A box will come up and all you have to do is type in the last name or the location of the property and click on “ENTER” and you will be brought to the page.
If you have misplaced your bill, simply go to the City website as instructed above.
If you are the owner of a single family home or a two unit home in the City of Lewiston you are eligible for a free a Solid Waste ePass. If you own more than one single family home or a two unit you may obtain 1 free pass per every building you own. The 1st ePass you purchase will expire 1 year from the time it is received or when the limit of 1,000 pounds is reached, if you obtain a second dump pass it will take the same effective expiration date.
Tenants living in rental property are entitled to purchase one ePass, per year, at a cost of $20.00 which is good for 1 year from date of issue or when the 1,000 pound limit is met. You may obtain these passes at the Solid Waste Facility.
If you are a three unit owner occupied or a three unit or more and participate in the curb side pickup you are allowed 1 pass for every 3 units you own. Each pass will cost $20.00 and will expire at the end of our Fiscal year which would be June. If you are a 3 unit ore more please contact Laura LaBelle in Accounting at (207) 513-3123.
For vehicles purchased private sale or out of state, only the excise tax will be collected at the Treasurer's office. The remainder of the registration process will be completed at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
*Monroney Label is the Factory Window Sticker which is applied to the vehicle at time of manufacture. It needs only to be provided when registering a new vehicle.
Although it is not required for Registration purposes, please be aware that Maine has a Motor Vehicle Inspection Law for ALL Motor Vehicles and a requirement that you obtain a Maine Operators License within 30 days of becoming a Maine resident.For more details and information about these and other laws please see the State Of Maine Motor Vehicle Laws Online.
1. For Lewiston residents proceed to City Hall Treasurer's office for a duplicate registration. Cost - $6.00 2. Or proceed to Bureau of Motor Vehicles for a duplicate registration. Cost - $5.00
Full and partial payments may be made by phone. We accept all major credit/debit cards*. If paying by check, please make it payable to "City of Lewiston" and mail it to 27 Pine Street, Lewiston, Maine 04240.
* All credit/debit card payments are assessed a 2.5% third party surcharge.
Full and partial payments may be made by phone. We accept all major credit/debit cards*. If paying by check, please make it payable to "City of Lewiston" and mail to 27 Pine Street, Lewiston, Maine 04240.
* All credit/debit card payments as assessed a 2.5% third party surcharge.
All credit and debit card payments are processed through a third-party processor, Maine PayPort. The 2 ½% is the fee assessed by Maine PayPort and the entire amount of that fee goes directly to them.
If you are a vendor and have been asked to provide a W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, the form can be downloaded and completed from the IRS website, www.irs.gov. Please email the completed form to Laura LaBelle at email@example.com.
City of LewistonTreasurer27 Pine StreetLewiston, ME 04240
Or by credit card via telephone by calling (207) 513-3131, a 2.5% credit card portal processing transaction fee applies.
Please reference invoice number or customer number on check when mailing payments.
You can park at the daily rate of $1.00 per hour, with a maximum of $6.00, or you can utilize the monthly parking program, see rates below.
Rates (per pass/tag):
Monthly$55.00 a month $42.00 a month Downtown Residents Only$42.00 a month Downtown Small Business (limit of 2 passes)
Yearly/AnnualNon-Downtown Residents$600.00 Paid in 3 installments or in full July $300.00 due July $150.00 due October$150.00 due January
BusinessAnnual 50+ $540.00 due July 1st
If an applicant enrolls on or before the 5th of the month, that month’s parking fee will be prorated as needed and a non-refundable card fee of $5.00 will be due at time of application, thereafter you will be billed monthly. After the 5th of the month, the prorated amount for the current month, the full amount of next month’s parking fee, and the non-refundable ca
Municipal Parking Information
The Apartment Building Solid Waste Program is for new owners of multiple unit apartment buildings with three (3) or more dwelling units who elect to receive or continue provided solid waste collection services by the city. The fees are $170.00 per unit per year for this service. The only exemption from this fee is for three unit, owner occupied buildings. The owner must establish and maintain residency to be eligible for this exemption. An owner that demonstrates occupancy of their four or more unit building will receive a trash disposal credit for his/her dwelling unit on their annual bill. This fee will be billed and paid annually in advance with the option to make semiannual payments due June and December. At time of application the first payment will be due as well as a one-time $100.00 application fee per owner. To review the Solid Waste Ordinance, go to the City Clerk's page under the "Code of Ordinance" and go to Chapter 62 Section 13 link. For further information or to submit application please call Laura LaBelle, Staff Account at (207) 513-3123. To download and review the application click the following link:
The City of Lewiston provides electronic versions of the annual budget, the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and the annual Lewiston Capital Improvement plan for the current and past nine years on the Finance Department’s webpage. Hardcopy versions of these financial documents are available for public viewing at the City Clerk’s Office – City Hall and at the Lewiston Public Library. Individual hardcopies are available for a fee by contacting Heather Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-513-3017.
1. Print out “Incident Report” (located on the Finance Dept. page) 2. Fill in the information 3. Get estimates for damages4. Include pictures (optional) 5. Bring to appropriate department: (if unknown which department, call Marian Ryerson at 207-513-3127 to help determine who should receive the claim) a)Public Works – Cheryl Morin (at the armory) b)Fire – Sherri Castonguay (at Central Fire Station) c)Police – Sandra Brown (at Police Station) d)Recreation – Cheryl Morin (at the Armory) e)Library – Marcela Peres (at the Library)
The Purchasing Agent is responsible for the sale of City property once authorized by the City Council. All sales are authorized by either the City Council or Finance Committee depending on the type of transaction. Once the sale of property, both real and personal, are authorized, a bid will be posted under "Bids & Awards" under the Finance Department. Once on the Bids & Awards page, you will find any bids for the sale of City property under the "Sale of City Property" category. To receive notification via e-mail that there is a bid for the sale of property, either real or personal, register at "Notify Me" on the City webpage.
At this time, vendor registration requests are sent to the Purchasing Agent with a listing of the types of items or projects of interest. Send your request to Allen Ward attention at: Ph: (207) 513-3040 Fx: (207) 784-2959 Email: email@example.com Mail: City Building, 27 Pine Street Lewiston, Maine 04240
If you are a tenant, you will need to complete and application for services and pay a $100 security deposit to the Utility Services Division at City Hall.
An Application for Service can be obtained by the link below, at the Utility Services Division at City Hall or by contacting the Utility Services Division at (207) 513-3140. Utility Service Application
Pay by MailUse the return envelope included with your bill to send payment.
Payments can be mailed to:Lewiston City Hall 27 Pine StreetLewiston, Maine 04240
Pay by PhonePlease call the (207) 513-3140
Pay in PersonLewiston City Hall, 2nd Floor27 Pine Street, Lewiston
Drive Up and Drop It OffA drive-up drop box is located at the Lewiston City Hall Building to offer Lewiston residents more convenience when making their utility bill payments. Utility payments can be deposited in the drop box located at the Park Street entrance at City Hall.
Pay Online Click here to be directed to Lewiston Citizen Self Service. Lewiston Citizen Self Service
Once you are on the program, you are on it for the life of your account. You do not need to be placed on the program every year. The program begins on June 1st and ends on November 1st. In order to make sure you receive the credits, make sure not to water your lawn/garden or fill your pool before Memorial Day every year!
You can complete the attached application and bring it to the Utility Services Division at City Hall. Sewer Summer Usage Application
Once the permit is complete and the fees of $58.00 per month have been paid, you will receive your permit. Excavation Permit Application
There are several departments that need to approve the occupancy before the permit process can be completed so the City requires 48 hours to approve the permit request.
There is a fee of $58.00 as well as a daily charge up to $232.00 for each occupancy permit. Street/Sidewalk Occupancy Permit Application
Sec 1 Title 30-A M.R.S.A., § 3406 An Act To Allow Municipalities To Place Liens for Failure To Pay Stormwater Assessments Be advised, effective October 15, 2013, the City of Lewiston will begin pursuing delinquent stormwater charges through the lien process. In accordance with Section 1 of Title 30-A M.R.S.A., § 3406, any person failing to pay the stormwater service fee when due shall be subject to having a stormwater lien recorded against their property, to secure the payment of the outstanding charges. Said lien will be filed at the Androscoggin Registry of Deeds. To prevent the recording of the lien, all past due stormwater and interest charged must be paid. This lien takes precedence over all other claims on the real estate, excepting only claims for taxes and sewer. If a lien is filed, you may lose your property unless you pay the charges, plus interest and the costs of securing and enforcing the lien.