Waterville, Maine 04901
Phone: (207) 680-4200
Fax: (207) 680-4249
Office Hours: Varies by Department
Select Board Members
Doug Dixon (Chair) (207) 314-4646
Robin Cyr (207) 649-0111
Brandy Sloan (207) 649-8051
Benton Grange Hall (207) 453-4796
Clinton Transfer Station (207) 426-8187
Fairfield Fire Dept (207) 453-2429
Fairfield Food Pantry (207) 509-9972
Kennebec County Sheriff (800)-498-1930
Cemeteries (207) 540-3793
Code Enforcement Officer (207) 649-4760
Animal Control Officer (207) 660-3236
Road Commissioner (207) 314-6171
Located in Central Maine, China offers easy access to the state capitol and the mid coast area. The town has two large bodies of water: China Lake and Three Mile Pond. The town of China contains four historic villages: China, South China, Weeks Mills and Branch Mills. As of the 2010 census, China had a population of 4,328 people. China is governed by a five member select board who appoints a town manager to oversee the daily operations of the town.
Please contact the town office at (207) 445-2014 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you may have.
We look forward to assisting you and pride ourselves on being the most helpful town office in the State of Maine.
* The Town Office will now be open the first Saturday of every month from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. * In order to assist all of our residents in a timely manner we ask that you arrive no later than 10:45 a.m.
Town of Fairfield
19 Lawrence Avenue – P.O. Box 149 – Fairfield, ME 04937
Phone: (207) 453-7911 – Fax: (207) 453-4280 – Email: email@example.com
Oakland is located in the heart of the Belgrade Lakes region and is also home to FirstPark – Maine’s Premiere Business and Technology Center.
We are a full service community and would invite you to learn more about us by exploring our website. Our governmental goal is to provide quality public service at reasonable cost.
Oakland strives to promote quality of life for both our residents and guests. Oakland is home to two beautiful public beaches located on two separate bodies of water. We have hiking trails, ball fields, three picturesque lakes and lots of country side.
We hope this Internet site allows us to better serve you. We hope that residents and visitors alike find our web site comprehensive and helpful, and we would be pleased to hear about ways in which it can be of more assistance to you.
Welcome to the website for Pittsfield, Maine. We are very proud of our community of 4,230 which provides a wonderful quality of life with extensive recreational pursuits along the Sebasticook; trails for walking, snowmobiling and mountain bike riding; the Pinnacle Ski Slope where children learn to ski; and seven community parks for families to enjoy. It is easy to see why we are known as a very family friendly community.
The Town of Pittsfield serves as a regional employment center offering over 2,200 jobs through several major corporations and nearly 200 smaller businesses. With many historic buildings, the beautiful Maine Central Institute campus, our own Community Theatre and one of the largest community festivals in the region – the Central Maine Egg Festival – Pittsfield is interesting and unique! With all of these amazing assets, we must never forget that our greatest asset are our volunteers – literally hundreds of citizens
Pittsfield is a mulit-faceted community with much to offer. There is something for everyone here as evidenced by recent reviews of the community since 2012. In August 2012, Pittsfield was certified by the State of Maine as business friendly.
Vassalboro is a community nestled between the banks of the Kennebec River and the West Basin of China Lake. Fertile farmland, small villages, and gentle rolling hills give our town a unique character. Settled in 1760 and incorporated in 1771,Vassalboro has developed into a community committed to quality of life, economic opportunity, and a sound education system.
Our town has frontage on a major river (the Kennebec) and on four lakes and ponds and, as such, has outstanding recreational opportunities. It is also home to Duratherm Window Corporation, Natanis Golf Course (36 holes), and has some of the larger dairy farms in the Central Maine area.
We hope you’ll take a moment to visit our little corner of the World Wide Web. We also hope you’ll drop by and see us sometime…
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:00am to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00am to 6:30 p.m.
and Friday: 8:00am to Noon.
Closed Saturday, Sunday, and all Holidays.
Categories: City and Town Offices
Information about Winslow, Maine
Located in Central Maine on the eastern shores of the Kennebec River, Winslow is an energetic full service Community with a population of over 8,000 and plenty of room to grow. Winslow is noted for its rich history and scenic rural setting, year-round recreational activities abound.
Winslow has a rich history, starting as an Indian settlement named Taconock. To learn more abuot the history of Winslow, view the Winslow History website by the Winslow Historical Preservation Committee.
Town of Winslow, Maine • 114 Benton Ave. • Winslow, ME 04901
Phone: (207) 872-2776 • Fax: (207) 872-1999