Naples is one of the most picturesque small towns in Western Maine surrounded by Maine nature at its finest. Located in the center of southern Maine's Lake Region, Naples has a wealth of opportunities for recreation year-round. Visitors are drawn to the Naples Causeway on Long Lake & Brandy Pond where they find lots of fun activities by day, then spectacular sunsets and bustling nightlife at restaurants and pubs.
There is much to do in our unique Maine community and we invite you to visit and perhaps stay a while. Naples is a town that you will never forget!
Incorporated March 4, 1834
Square Miles - 36.5
Population - 3,872
Distance to Portland - 30 miles – less than an hour's drive
Form of Government - Town Manager-Selectmen-Town Meeting
Electricity - Central Maine Power
FY2018 Tax Rate - $13.35/per thousand
Fire & Medical – Naples Fire Rescue – Combination volunteer – full time department
Police: State Police & Cumberland County Sheriff's Office
Bridgton Hospital located twenty minutes north of Naples. Maine Medical Center in Portland.
Elected five member Board of Selectmen
Appointed Town Manage r, Town Clerk
Contracted Assessor's Agent
Are you interested in becoming a board member or joining a committee? Click the link below to download an application and return it to the Town Office for consideration. If you have any questions about any of the committees, please call the Town Office.
The Town currently has the following active boards and committees:
Now Accepting Credit Cards, click on the pdf form at the bottom of this page.
Monday 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tuesday -Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
The first and last Saturday of each month from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. (in case of a holiday, please call to find out our holiday schedule)
ALL NEW REGISTRATIONS MUST BE IN PROCESS 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLOSING, WITH ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION IN HAND.
Office Hours: Monday 8:00-1:00; Tuesday - Friday 8:00 - 3:00
Inspections & Appointments: Please call or email at least 48 hours before to schedule inspections or appointments
Building inspections required: It is up to the permit holder to call the CEO for inspections. The Code Enforcement Officer has no way of knowing how fast your project may move along.
Framing: Can be combined with electrical and/or plumbing rough-in inspection.
Electrical: Service inspection only.
Plumbing: Inspection done before closing in walls.
External Wastewater System Septic System: Two inspections are required.
Final Inspection: Issuance of Occupancy Permit.
Building files are available to view by the public during office hours.
Permits are required for all, but not limited to, new buildings, structural alterations to existing buildings, work involving the installation, replacement or relocation of electrical wiring, work involving the installation, replacement or relocation of plumbing fixtures, the installation of new or replacement septic systems, new or replacement signs, new swimming pools and demolition of existing buildings and blasting.
The following activities shall not require a building permit: repairs, replacement and/or normal maintenance not requiring structural elements, decorative changes in existing structures or buildings. This means you are not rewiring, removing walls, or replacing plumbing. Structural changes within a building would require a building permit. If your building/property is located within the Floodplain/Floodway then repairs and replacement components must meet the Town of Naples Floodplain Management Ordinance.
All building permit applications are required to have building plans and information showing all appropriate construction details. The plans and information are required so that a review for code and zoning compliance can be made prior to and during construction. A checklist of these requirements is attached to the Building Permit application.
A final certificate of occupancy is required before new buildings and additions can be occupied. Inspections are very important to ensure compliance with building codes. The number and timing of inspection will vary depending on the size and scope of the project. The staff in the Codes Office can provide information on what inspections will be required for your individual building project.
Please contact the Codes Office before proceeding with building or remodeling plans. Permits allow the enforcement of codes, which have been adopted as law by Federal, State, and Town. No matter what the specific project may be, the enforcement of codes is carried out to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. The Code Enforcement Office which enforces the codes is acting to assure safe construction.
Our tax year begins on July 1st and ends on June 30th
You may pay over the phone, in person during business hours, or mail payment to:
Town of Naples Town Clerk Dept. P.O. Box 1757 Naples, Maine 04055 If you have questions you may reach the clerks by calling (207) 693-6364 ext. 3 All files below are sorted alphabetically by the owners name, beginning with Personal Property Taxes, then Real Estate Taxes.
Brandy Pond: Naples, Cumberland Cty - Personal watercraft prohibited between sunset and 9:00 am and may not be operated without a visible decal affixed to the personal watercraft identifying the rental agent.
Holt Pond: Naples, Bridgton, Cumberland Cty - Motorboats with more than 10 horsepower prohibited.
Long Lake: Naples, Bridgton, Harrison, Cumberland Cty - Personal watercraft may not be operated without a visible decal affixed to the personal watercraft identifying the rental agent.
Trickey Pond: Naples, Cumberland Cty - No PWC.
Town Of Naples
PO Box 1757
Naples, ME 04055
Telephone: 207-693-6364 Town Office
One mooring per lot is allowed to those who meet the minimum standards per Town Ordinance and State Statute. Cost to apply for a mooring permit is $20 for the first time and then $10 for each consecutive year after that. Moorings must be registered before July 15th Annually. If you are mailing in an application for a mooring permit, renewals should be sent to the Clerk's attention and new moorings should be sent to the Administrative Assistant's attention.
The mooring registration form can be found at the bottom of this page.
Songo Lock is operated by the State of Maine (207) 693-6231 Operational Dates & Hours: May 1 - June 14: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. June 15 - Labor Day: 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Day after Labor Day - October 15: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. $15 per boat round-trip passage. Boats requiring both gates open must make special arrangements ahead of time by calling Sebago Lake State Park (207) 693-6231. Website
M.S.A.D. 61 – Lake Region School District – Grades K-12
Commuting distance to several colleges and universities
Naples Public Library
Full service recreation department
Various community facilities including athletic fields located, at 34 Casco Road
Municipal beach & boat launch located at 1 Kent's Landing for taxpayer use
Sebago Lake State Park located within Naples
Four large lakes & ponds as well as several rivers for summer and winter recreation
Ski resorts within short distances of town
Numerous campgrounds, marinas, seasonal rentals, and other businesses that cater to our unique and abundant recreational activities.
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