The Animal Control Officer provides domestic animal control services in the Town of Gray.
The Buildings & Grounds Department is responsible for the care & maintenance of the Town’s buildings & grounds.
The Community Television Department handles all video broadcasts on the local community television station, Channel 2 (GCTV2) serving Gray and reaching into New Gloucester.
The Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for code enforcement and inspections. Permits are also issued from this office.
Chief Galen Morrison
Gray Fire-Rescue provides 24-hour fire & medical emergency support to Gray residents.
The Town provides general assistance to Gray residents who qualify.
The Public Library offers library materials & services to Gray & New Gloucester town residents without charge.
The Town's planning office oversees land use planning, engineering, code enforcement, zoning, and variance to the town's zoning law and subdivision review in Gray. It also maintains records on building permits, building plans, and subdivision and site plans.
The Public Works Department is responsible for the care & maintenance of Gray's infrastructure.
The Recreation Department offers leisure & recreational opportunities to the residents of Gray & New Gloucester.
The Transfer Station / Recycling Center is available for use by Gray residents only. A current transfer station sticker is required for use.
The registrar of voters is responsible for maintaining the voter registration list and registering new voters in the Municipality.
The Tax Assessor is responsible for tax assessment. Homestead Exemption & Veterans Exemption applications are available at the Tax Assessor's office.
The day to day administration of all town services is managed by the Town Manager, who is appointed by the Town Council
The services performed in the Town Clerk’s office include vehicle registration, property taxes and vital records.
The Town Controller is responsible for municipal accounting and financial functions.
See Economic Development & Planning above