York County Town & City Hall

Find York County Maine town & city halls. Town and city halls provide information on government agencies, boards, commissions, committees, departments, and elected officials.


Arundel Town Hall 468 Limerick Road Arundel ME 04046 207-985-4201


Berwick Town Hall 11 Sullivan Street Berwick ME 03901 207-698-1101

Buxton Town Hall 185 Portland Road Buxton ME 04093 207-929-5151

Dayton Town Hall 33 Clarks Mills Road Dayton ME 04005 207-499-7526

Eliot Town Hall 1333 State Rd Eliot ME 03903 207-439-0162

Kennebunk Town Hall 1 Summer Street Kennebunk ME 04043 207-985-2102

Lebanon Town Hall 9 Little River Road Lebanon ME 04027 207-457-1915

Limerick Town Hall 55 Washington Street Limerick ME 04048 207-793-2655

Limington Town Hall 425 Sokokis Avenue Limington ME 04049 207-637-2171

Old Orchard Beach Town Hall 1 Portland Avenue Old Orchard Beach ME 04064 207-934-5714

Parsonsfield Town Hall 62 Federal Street Parsonsfield ME 04047 207-625-4558

Sanford Town Hall 919 Main Street Sanford ME 04073 207-324-9100

South Berwick Town Hall 180 Main Street South Berwick ME 03908 207-384-3300

Wells Town Hall 208 Sanford Road Wells ME 04090 207-646-5113

York Town Hall 186 York Street York ME 03909 207-363-1000

Are all of a City or Town's operations located at Town or City Hall?

With the exception of very small cities and towns, municipal operations usually require multiple facilities located throughout the jurisdiction. In most cases, the Town or City Hall houses most of the operations that involve frequent citizen contact. However, many services may be located at sites other than Town or City Hall.

What are the hours of a Town or City Hall?

The hours vary from one city or town to the next, and may even vary among the departments housed at a City or Town Hall. In some cities and towns, the departments operating in Town or City Hall may only be open during regular business hours. However, more jurisdictions are adding or adjusting hours in order to accommodate citizens in need of services outside of traditional business hours.

Is Town or City Hall the place citizens go to vote?

Many cities and towns have multiple locations for voting, and Town or City Hall may be one of several polling sites. Typically, voters are assigned to a specific polling site based on their address. Voters should check with their local Registrar of Voters to determine where they go to vote.