Animal Control Officerlmcafee@yorkpolice.org
Keith Bishop, Jr.Animal Control Officerkbishop@yorkpolice.org
36 Main Street
York, Maine 03909
Public Beaches - Restrictions for domestic animals?
Is there a leash law in York?
What do I do if I have hit a deer or other large animal?
How do I license my dog?
How do I get my animal out of impoundment?
The Animal Control Officer is principally responsible for the enforcement of all Town Ordinances related to dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals. The Animal Control Officer will also handle undomesticated (wild) animal complaints and either handle locally or refer to the appropriate outside agency for assistance. The Animal Control is available seven (7) days a week with two(2) part-time officers. Impoundment or Return of at Large Dogs Fees$ 25.00 - Return Fee
$ 50.00 - for 1st offense (Impoundment Fee)
$100.00 - for 2nd offense (Impoundment Fee)
It is required by the York Town ordinance that every person keeping or having a dog within the limits of the Town of York, over the age of (6) months shall, within thirty (30) days after the dog reaches this age, obtain and continuously maintain a current and valid dog license issued by the Town of York and will comply with the requirements of having and keeping their dog current on it's rabies vacinations.
Dog Licenses are availableBring most recent rabies certificate, rabies tag number and date of expirationSpayed/Neutered Dogs - $6.00
NOT Spayed/Neutered Dogs - $11.00