2023 Dallas Plantation Meetings
Property tax bills are issued in the month of October and due within 30 days. Questions or concerns may be brought to the Assessors in person or by letter. Property Assessment cards are available at the town office. Deeds are available at the County Courthouse in Farmington.
Note from Town Assessing Agent:
Please notify this office if you have added or removed any structures from your property, such as sheds, garages or additions.
NOTIFICATION OF REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES MUST BE MADE TO RECEIVE A REDUCTION IN TAX ASSESSMENT ON THAT STRUCTURE.
Policy regarding the removal or addition of buildings and its impact on property assessment:
You May Qualify for Certain Exemptions Such As:
Homestead, Tax Stabilization, and Veterans property tax exemptions are available for qualified residents, https://www.maine.gov/revenue/taxes/tax-relief-credits-programs/property-tax-relief-programs/property-tax-exemptions.
- Homestead Exemption – for Maine residents only https://www.maine.gov/revenue/sites/maine.gov.revenue/files/inline-files/homesteadapp.pdf
- Veteran’s Exemption – if you served during a recognized war period https://www.maine.gov/revenue/sites/maine.gov.revenue/files/inline-files/veteranapp_0.pdf
Rangeley Lakes Regional School
Rangeley Lakes Regional School serves grades Kindergarten through 12th grade, located at 43 Mendolia Rd. Rangeley. 207/864-3311. Website: www.rangeleyschool.org
Scholarship: Dallas Plantation residents are eligible to receive a scholarship upon graduation sponsored by Poland Spring. Contact the Plantation office for further information.
Contact Animal Control Officer, Ryan Thompson 207-670-8201.
According to 7 MRS §3911, “it is unlawful for any dog, licensed or unlicensed, to be at large, except when used for hunting.” 7 MRS §3907 defines “at large” to be “off the premises of the owner and not under the control of any person whose personal presence and attention would reasonably control the conduct of the animal.” Further reference: https://legislature.maine.gov/lawlibrary/what-is-maines-law-on-dogs/9461