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Blue Hill by the Numbers•Education
Emergency & Public Services •Recreation
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Town Contact Information
Town of Blue Hill, P. O. Box 412, Blue Hill, ME
Settled in 1762, Blue Hill has welcomed visitors and settlers who have appreciated the area’s beautiful coastal location. Filled with many cultural and family oriented activities, the area is a center for musical organizations, with Kneisel Hall offering chamber music in the summer and other groups providing a variety of concerts and performance opportunities. The town is also the home of the Bagaduce Music Lending Library, housing more than 200,000 individual titles of printed music and lending them worldwide.
High schools include a semi-private high school, George Stevens Academy, and the private Blue Hill Harbor School. Primary schools include the Blue Hill Consolidated School and the private Bay School. Serving the medical needs of the surrounding community, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital offering primary and selected specialty health care services.
Tax Collector & Town Clerk
Registrar of Voters
Deputy Town Clerk & Tax Collector
Animal Control Officer
Board of Appeals
Code Enforcement Officer & Health Inspector
Director, Civil Emergency Prep.
Town Treasurer and Administrative Assistant
Treatment Plant Operator
Water District Trustees
Types of properties subject to tax are all real and personal property. Bills are mailed in July and due Oct. 15. Interest on unpaid bills is 7 percent. Rules used to determine property value: MRSA Title 36. Tax exemptions: homestead and veterans. If you want to appeal your assessment go to the assessors’ agent first. How tax is calculated: value multiplied by mill rate. Mill rate was 7.0 in 2012; changes yearly. Harbor, subdivision, alter or construct building, planning board, local foods, commercial site plan review, shoreland zoning and floodplain management.
Harbor, subdivision, alter or construct building, planning board, local foods, commercial site plan review, shoreland zoning and floodplain management.
Building & plumbing:
Blue Hill 04614
East Blue Hill 04629
Blue Hill by the Numbers
Total area: 36,301 acres (56.72 sq. mi.)
Education Contact Numbers
Blue Hill Consolidated School
Blue Hill Harbor School
George Stevens Academy
The Bay School
Emergency & Public Services
FOR ALL EMERGENCIES
Trash & Recycling
Blue Hill/Surry Transfer Station open 7 days a week, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. (winter hours 7 a.m.-4 p.m.), for trash disposal. Recycling center accepts newspapers, magazines, cardboard (no waxed, oriental, pasteboard), brown paper bags, boxboard, #2 plastic without caps, computer and office paper, aluminum and steel cans. Universal waste accepting fluorescent and compact light bulbs, computer monitors and TVs. Blue Hill, Surry, Brooklin, Brooksville and Sedgwick residents only., 374-5458
Town hall, open same hours as town office.
To report a fire: 911
Blue Hill Mountain. Park on Mountain Rd., follow unmarked jeep trail through open areas and woods to summit.
Town wharf, inaccessible at low tide, South Blue Hill, Rte. 175, a wharf with a float, ramp and parking.
Early Settlers; Mountain View; Seaside; South Blue Hill., 374-5458