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The old City Hall that housed the City offices, Police Department and Fire Department was renovated into a Public Safety Building starting in November 2004. A dedication ceremony was held during Riverfest 2006 to welcome the Police Department and Fire Department back into the new building. City Hall later moved into the renovated Bangor Savings Bank building on Main St.

At Risk Persons

The Old Town Police Department has established a means to organize and file names of community members who are afflicted with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Autism and other forms of illness. The purpose of this file is to help us locate caregivers and/or family members in the event a person/patient is found and they are unable to communicate to an officer or are confused as to where they belong. Also, if we should receive a report of a missing person/patient, we will already have the basic information and photo available to assist us in identifying the individual.

The Penobscot Regional Communication Center created a program in 2015 to help assist with this program, called the wandering program. It provides a critical network of real time information including a photograph to Law Enforcement, which assists in locating individuals prone to wander due to Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia or other mental/medical conditions. To participate you MUST register your loved one. Registration is simple, FREE and takes just a few minutes. Information is secure and private. Saves valuable time when SECONDS count. Alerts officers to potential triggers and ways to calm the individual. You have two options to register. Please click the link below or contact our department to sign your loved one up.

Information We Need

What's Going On

  • Anonymous tips to report underage drinking can now be sent via text message or on a website tipline.  Click on 'Tipsoft' link or go to the Resources menu and select 'Tipsoft'.
  • New Website for Maine Teen Drivers. Please go to our Resources Menu and select 'Maine Teen Drivers'.
  • We participate in the National Drug Take-Back Initiative. The next Drug Take-Back day will be April 26, 2014 from 10am to 2pm. Unused or unwanted medications can also be dropped off at Old Town PD during normal business hours year round.
  • We now offer vehicle crash reports online within 72 hours of an accident. Please go to our Resources Menu and select 'Get Crash Reports'.