Forms & Applications

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Please submit completed applications via US Postal Service 30 days prior to your event or opening date for the Department to process, review and conduct an inspection of your establishment. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed and will be returned for completion. A business must not operate until an inspection is performed and a license is issued. Operating without a license is against the law and fines may be assessed. Application via email using a credit card is currently unavailable.

Eating Places, Lodging Places, Campgrounds, Summer Camps, Schools:


Mass Gatherings


Mobile and Temporary Units

Public Pools and Spas

Retail Tobacco:

NOTICE: New Public Law May Impact Retail Tobacco Licenses for Cannabis Licensees, Registered Medical Use Cannabis Caregivers, and Registered Dispensaries

Date Issued: March 30, 2023

LD 83 An Act to Clarify State Policy Regarding Cannabis Paraphernalia in the Maine Medical Use of Cannabis Act and the Cannabis Legalization Act (Emergency), became Public Law on March 15, 2023.

Please consult your own attorney for analysis and interpretation to determine whether this public law influences your licensing requirements.

If you sell, offer to sell, or furnish any products containing tobacco, nicotine, or synthetic nicotine to any person, then you still must obtain a valid Retail Tobacco License.

If you do not sell or furnish any products containing tobacco, nicotine, or synthetic nicotine, you may choose to contact the Maine CDC Health Inspection Program to terminate your Retail Tobacco License.

Tattooing, Body Piercing, Electrology, Micropigmentation:

Youth Camp Operators:

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