Dallas Plantation is now Accepting Bids for the 2004 International Plow Truck, for more information click here.

Presidential Primary Election: Tuesday, March 5th, polls open 10 AM – 8 PM.

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Dallas Plantation is looking for a Health Officer. If you are interested please call 864-5991

Absentee Ballots are available for March 5th Presidential Primary upon Request. Click here to make an online request (PDF). Those enrolled in the Democratic, Republican, and Unenrolled parties may vote in this election. For more information on this Semi-Open Primary Election, please contact the Town Office.

Dallas Plantation now accepts credit cards. There is an associated convenience fee. Please call the office for more information.

For Information on Short Term Rentals (STR) through LUPC – Click Here. To submit a comment to LUPC on STR – Click Here. Comment deadline is April 17, 2024.

Dallas Plantation, established in 1845, is located in Franklin County, Maine, and considered to be part of an area known as the Rangeley Lakes Region. A plantation is a type of civil division exclusive to Maine that has all the power of a town but differs slightly in responsibilities; plantation assessors serve as selectmen and there are fewer officers than in towns. Current officers’ names, positions, and contact information can be found on the Municipal Officers page.

Assessor meetings are held every other Tuesday at 6:00 pm at the Plantation Town House unless otherwise noted. The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend. An agenda and minutes are posted on the website.

The annual meeting for Dallas Plantation is held on a Friday in June to elect Assessors and vote on the town budget. Written notification is posted. All residents are encouraged to attend.

Social welfare concerns may be brought to the attention of the Assessors directly or to the town clerk. A free confidential referral service can connect you to available resources by dialing 211 statewide. This is a collaborative effort with the State of Maine Health and Human Services, the United Way, and The Opportunity Alliance.

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