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A separate electrical permit is needed when only electrical work is being done in a one or two family dwelling, commercial work and multi-family dwellings. An electrical permit is required from the State of Maine for all commercial and multi-family dwellings. Approval for electrical work in one and two family dwelling is usually included in the building permit.
The law requires utility companies to have certification that you have the necessary subdivision and shoreline zoning permits from the Town before they can connect you to any public utility. Central Maine Power’s 1190 form is available here, This form must be signed by a Town official before you can have your power turned on.
The 1360 Form provides certification that your single-family home has been inspected by a State or local inspector, master electrician, or limited electrician in house wiring prior to receiving new service. You can find this form here.
Beginning May 2023 our office no longer completes electrical inspections for residential projects. State inspections are still needed for commercial or multi-family projects.
Residential projects need to complete our electrical affidavit in order to receive final occupancy or close out a permit.