The Town of Cornish welcomes you.



Click here to download the annual report.

Click here to see the recorded meeting by TV2.

Press release from the Small Business Administration: ATLANTA - The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations that May 1 is the filing deadline for federal economic injury disaster loans in York County in Maine as a result of the drought that began on July 5, 2016.

The following roads have been posted:

High Rd
Pound Hill Rd
Old Limington Rd
Pease Hill Rd
Thompson St
Fiddle Lane
Roland Day Rd
Long Pond Rd
Joe Berry Rd
Hessian Hill Rd
Kimball Hill Rd
Lowd Rd

We are pleased to announce that you may use your credit card at the town office.
Please note, a convenience fee will apply.



* * * Updated Recycling guide for 2017: Click here. * * *

As of Oct 17 2016 Dog licensing begins for the 2017 year. Late fees for unregistered dogs begins Feb 1 2017.


ConnectME Grant: Estimated completion date: April 7, 2017

The selectmen applied for a grant to increase the area where internet services are provided in town. This grant was approved and the south side of Cornish will see expanded coverage. The proposed grant area includes an unserved area comprising of a 12.65 mile line extension passing 89 un-served homes The roads include: Brook Dr, Sokokis Trl, Cowboy Way, Long Pond Rd, Old Town Farm Rd, Cassandra Ln, Lazy Breeke Ln, Pasture Dr, Sawyer Rd, Lowd Rd, Scott Ln, Kimball Hill Rd, Joe Berry Rd, Hessian Hill Rd Next year a grant will be applied for to seek similar expansion for northern areas of town. Click here to see the map.


See the Shoppers Guide for additional details.

New “General Assistance” hours are Tuesday from 10 am to 12 noon at Pike Hall.

Non-Emergency Line for YCSO: 207 324-1113
DIAL 911 for immediate emergency asssitance.

Questions/Concerns Form:

There is a form available at the Town Office which can be picked up during business hours on which a concern/question may be presented to the selectmen. It may also be downloaded by clicking here. The issue will be investigated and a response given.

Emergency Shelters:
Since the closing of Cornish Elementary School, the nearest EMERGENCY shelter would be South Hiram Elementary. The Shelter is opened if an emergency has been declared by Emergency Management who would deem it necessary. In the event of a situation which has not been declared an emergency, individuals are encouraged to call Red Cross for information or assistance.

The Town of Cornish maintains this website to improve access to our office. This website is a volunteer effort that is continually under construction. While we try to keep the information current and accurate, we make no guarantees. We do, however, make every effort to correct errors brought to our attention, and we urge you to email us at if you notice any errors. This site has been optimized for viewing at a resolution of 1024x768. Compatibility with mobile devices is not guaranteed.

Volunteer Opportunity
The Town of Cornish would like to invite anyone who has an interest in helping preserve veteran’s graves for the Town to contact Emily Ward at the Town Office. Phone 625-4324 or email