Public Safety

For Emergencies Dial 9-1-1 in an emergency--when police, fire, or medical services are needed right away in order to save a life, report a fire or stop a crime. For non-emergencies, please contact our Fire Department or Constables.

Message from the Constable

We continue to be available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. One officer is available to answer any calls as needed. If you see something that doesn't look or seem just right, please call us so we can check it out. We have had the opportunity to help many of you with law enforcement and animal control concerns. If needed, we can pass the information on to the Maine State Police or the Kennebec County Sheriff's Office. Please remember that it takes a community of concerned citizens to protect each other. Thank you.

Matt Guilfoyle

E-911 Notice for all Residents

This is an E911 Notice for all homeowners, businesses, and property managers. It is extremely important for all emergency responders (Police, Fire and EMS) to quickly locate your building in an emergency, both at night as well as during the daytime. Please ensure that your street address is marked on your building so it can be easliy identified from the street. If your building cannot be seen from the street, please ensure that your mailbox is clearly marked with numbers on both sides so that emergency responders coming from any direction can locate you. Six numbers are the most visible as long as they contrast from the background.

Mike Laplante

Weapons Permits

The Town of Farmingdale follows State Law. For more information on obtaining a permit,
please contact the Gaming and Weapons Unit or visit them on the web at

45 Commerce Drive, Augusta
Mailing Address -- State House Station 164, Augusta, ME 04333
Phone (207) 624-7210
Fax (207) 287-3424