Nov. 7, 2023 - Statewide Referendum &
RSU #9 Referendum
March 5, 2024 - Presidential Primary
March 9, 2024 - Annual Town Meeting
June 11, 2024 - State Primary
Nov. 5, 2024 - Presidential General Election
Town Hall Rentals
RESERVATIONS: Contact the Town Office for availability. A signed rental agreement and a security deposit of $100 is required for all rentals. Once a signed rental agreement and security deposit has been received, your date will be reserved.
RENTAL CHARGE: The hall rental fee is $100.00 (plus a security deposit). Industry residents will be allowed one rental each year, per household at no charge when holding a family event.
It is the Renter's responsibility to obtain the key during normal office hours the week of their rental date.
NO ALCOHOL is allowed on the premises unless it is being provided by a licensee of the State of Maine, A copy of the liquor license will be required.
No smoking is allowed inside the Town Hall and at least 20 feet from the entranceway.
This is a carry-in, carry-out facility, therefore it is the responsibility of the renter for the removal and disposal of all trash.
Surveillance cameras are in place to monitor the interior and exterior of the Town Hall and its surroundings against theft and vandalism.
Elections & Voting
Registering to Vote
You may register to vote at the Town Office with proof of identification and residency. Documents that are accepted for residency are any of the following that show your name and Industry address; Maine Driver's License or State ID, utility bill, bank statement, motor vehicle registration, hunt/fish license, or other government document. P.O. boxes are not acceptable. You may also register to vote on election day at the polls.
Absentee Ballots are available for all elections and allow a voter to cast a ballot without going to the polls on Election Day. Absentee ballots maybe be requested within 90 days preceding an election with the ballots being available 30 days prior. Requests may be made in person at the Town Office, by calling the Town Office, by mailing an application to the Town Office, or through the State's Absentee Request Service.
The Town uses equipment via the State's contract with Election Systems & Software. The Tabulators are subject to specific security measures that include: multiple layers of locking mechanisms, passwords, restricted chain of custody & access to all components and ballots, and most importantly the tabulators are NOT connected to the internet. The tabulators are also tested independently prior to each election; with coding software facilitated via computers that are not connected to the internet.
Annual Town Meeting
The Annual Town Meeting is held on the second Saturday in March of each year at 2:00 p.m. The meeting is held at the Industry Town Hall, 1033 Industry Road, Industry.
The annual election for a Select Board Member for a 3 yr term and a School Board Director (every 3 yrs) is part of the Annual Town Meeting and takes place the same morning at 8:45 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Industry Town Hall.
School District Budget - RSU 9
The school district holds a District Budget Meeting (open town meeting style) so voters may vote on itemized budget amounts. The district and school board hold their budget meeting in the month of May at the Mt. Blue Campus. The Budget Validation Election is normally held on the second Tuesday in June at the Industry Town Hall. If no other State election is scheduled at the time of the budget validation, the polling hours will be from 12:00 - 7:00 p.m.
More information on the School Budget can be found on their website.
The State typically holds Election on the second Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in November. Poll will be open from 8:00 a.m. - 8 p.m. at the Industry Town Hall, 1033 Industry Road, Industry.
Angel Davis, CCM
Clerk, Register of Voters
Physical & Mailing Address
1033 Industry Road
Industry, ME 04938
Phone: (207) 778-5050
Fax: (207) 778-5502
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
12 PM - 6 PM
Birth, Death, & Marriage Certificates
Obtaining a Birth, Death, or Marriage certificate requires a completed application and identification. Requests may be completed by mail, online, or in person at the Town Office. Mail-in requests must include a photocopy of your driver's license or two other forms of identification. Requests may be completed online using Maine's Vital Record Request System.
A certified vital record is $15; and $6 for each additional copy of the same record.
Due to the lengthiness of the process of completing the marriage license, we strongly encourage you to make an appointment. Please plan to schedule your appointment 3-4 weeks before your wedding date to ensure there are no conflicts with the Clerk's availability. Picture identification is required. We recommend you download, print and complete the Intentions of Marriage Form, but do not sign it prior to coming to the Clerk's Office as the signature needs to be notarized. The Marriage Intentions Form must be legible and completed in black ink. Every box on the Intentions form must be completed, if unknown enter UNKNOWN.
If not your first marriage you must provide either divorce papers or a death certificate of the previous spouse. Photocopies of these documents are not acceptable.
Marriage licenses are valid for 90 days.
A waiting period; nor blood tests are required.
Marriage License Fee is $40
The following individuals are authorized to preform a marriage in Maine
Ordained ministers of the gospel
A person licenses to preach by an association of ministers, religious seminary or ecclesiastical body.
Judges or justices (residents of Maine only)
Lawyers admitted to the Maine Bar (residents of Maine only)
Licensed Marriage Officiant search here
A Maine Notary Public is no longer authorized to officiate a marriage in Maine.