General Information

OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday      9:00 AM-3:00 PM
Sunday- Monday               CLOSED

ISLAND PHONE NUMBERS
655-4551   Town Office
655-3422   Fax Machine    
655-4258   Ferry
655-8618   Fire Barn
655-3551   Golf Club
655-3893   Community Center
655-4256   Island Store/Café

In case of water line breaks, call the office. During hours or after hours contact Ferry to report location.

TELEPHONE INFORMATION
207-555-1212    LD Information

FAIRPOINT TELEPHONE COMPANY
(800)754-4000   Business Office
(800)696-1000   Emergency Outage

CENTRAL MAINE POWER
(800)754-4000   Customer Service
(800)696-1000   Emergency Outage

POST OFFICE
655-4974   Raymond
655-4892   Casco
655-4746   South Casco

PORTLAND WATER DISTRICT 
774-5961 x3305   Chad Thompson 
774-5961             Ron Faucher 

OFFICE HOLDERS
      See Listing Sheet

Cumberland County Sheriff
    911       EMERGENCY 
207-893-2810   Non-Emergency
    


655-7851          ANIMAL CONTROL 
800-482-0730   STATE POLICE
800-482-0730   WARDEN

911   EMERGENCY
           FIRE OR MEDICAL

HOSPITALS
   BRIDGTON:
      647-6000   Northern Cumberland
   PORTLAND:
      871-0111   Maine Medical
      879-3000   Mercy Hospital
      879-8000   Brighton Medical
      854-8464   Westbrook Community

      Mercy Windham
      409 Roosevelt Trail, Windham Maine 04062
      207-893-0290

THERE ARE NO NON-EMERGENCY
WALK-IN CLINICS

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FEEL
FREE TO CALL YOUR TOWN OFFICE
AT 655-4551

Blue Line

FERRY RUNS
Do not take for granted that the ferry will make a run on the half hour to the Island.  Call 655-4258 five minutes before the scheduled run.  Even if you are second or third  in line, make that call!! Or, check with the cars ahead of you.  If you are using the Island phone outside the store you must dial 202.

REMINDER
There is a LEASH LAW!!  PLEASE OBEY THIS STATE OF MAINE LAW.  Also, have a little respect for private property.

If your pet leaves droppings...pick it up.

USE OF BEACHES
This is a reminder that all beaches on Frye Island are private property for the use of:
    1) Owners
    2) Renters
    3) Guests of owners or renters

   *Persons not in one of the above categories are subject to CITATION and/or ARREST.

Fires are not allowed -prohibited by State Law & Town Ordinance.  $100 fine for first offense.  $500 for each additional.

Trash must be placed in appropriate containers which are provided.

No launching boats from any beaches.

Boats may not be tied off against trees.  (This is very unsafe for children running on the beach).

All boats must have a Frye Island Decal.  These may be obtained at the Town Office during office hours.

Noise must be kept at a reasonable level, keeping in mind that there may be people on the beach or in neighboring cottages who desire peace and quiet.

Sports that could cause injury to the general beach user are not allowed, including, but not necessarily limited to baseball, football, etc.  Special events will be planned for off use hours.

All motor vehicles prohibited on beaches.

In an effort to keep the beaches private and in good condition, the Frye Island Police have been asked to patrol regularly and aggressively.  Their efforts will be supported by Island Administration and governing boards.  Therefore, the cooperation of all concerned is 
appreciated.

SECURITY REGULATIONS
Laws of the State of Maine apply to all residents of Frye Island.

Speed Limit is 20 miles per hour.

Quiet hours are 10:30 PM to 8:00 AM.  Visitors, renters and property owners are asked to refrain from boisterous or noisy activity during these hours.

Drunk drivers will be apprehended and ticketed.

No unauthorized boats allowed on Frye Island Beaches.

No bonfires or unauthorized burning.

No pedestrians allowed on Ferry to the Island after 9:00 PM.  Frye Island Property Owners and their families.

No fireworks allowed.

No tenting is allowed, except youngsters 12 and under can tent next to a cottage.

WATERCRAFT SPEED
No person shall operate a watercraft at a speed greater than headway speed while within the water safety zone or within a marina or approved anchorage in coastal or inland waters.  "Headway speed means the minimum speed necessary to maintain steerage and control of the watercraft while the watercraft is moving.  The "safety zone" is the area of water within 200 feet of any shoreland whether the shoreline of the mainland or of an island.  This also applies to JET SKIIS!!

TENNIS COURTS
Tennis courts are to be used for tennis only.  Skateboards, baseball or other activities are prohibited.   The basketball court at the Country Club can NOT be used for skateboarding.  The net, rim and backboard should only be used for basketball.

FAX MACHINE USAGE
The Town Office has fax service available..  The cost is $1.00 per page to send and receive.

RELIGIOUS WORSHIP
Non-Denominational services every Sunday at 9:00 AM in the Community Center Chapel.  See weekly FINS for more information.