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Town Office
13 Nequasset Road
Woolwich, Maine 04579
(207) 442-7094
fax (207) 442-8859

Town Administrator,
Tax Collector and Town Clerk
Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 6 pm
Thursday 9am - 4 pm
Friday 9am - 3:30 pm

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Upcoming Meetings & Events:
@ Town Office unless noted otherwise
The public is welcome at any and all meetings

Trash PickUp, Every Tuesday or Wednesday (whichever is your trash day)
Recycling Days Monday
Please have you trash at the curbside by 7:00 AM.

Selectboard Meetings:

Monday 15 July 6:00 PM
Monday 29 July 6:00 PM

Planning Board Meetings:

Monday 5 August 6:30 PM
Monday 2 September 6:30 PM

Recycling Days: New Recycling rules (information) Monday 15 July Monday 29 July

2 Great Days
Friday 2 August
5:30 - 7:00 pm. BBQ Dinner
Saturday 3 August
10 am - 2 pm
Bake Sales - Tours -
Food - Contest - Food - History Programs
Annual Paddle

Local Events & News

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The Woolwich Historical Society
Pie Contest

  • Homemade (from scratch) one pie per entrant
  • Please, NO pies requiring refrigeration
  • Label the kind of pie & whether it contains any nuts or peanut butter
  • Securely attach your name & phone number on the bottom

Pies can be dropped off between 9-10 a.m. on the 3rd, at the museum barn.

Judging will commence at 12:00.

*First Place Prize: $25
*Second Place Prize: $10

Kindly indicate your intention to provide a pie, no later than Wednesday, July 31st.

Tammy Given or Debbie Locke

Woolwich Historical Society

The Maine Department of Transportation will begin two major projects in the Bath/Brunswick/Woolwich area. Bridge wearing surface repairs to the Sagadohoc Bridge, located on the Bath and Woolwich town line, will begin on Tuesday, July 9. In addition, highway rehabilitation, drainage work, and tree removal will occur on US Route 1, northbound and southbound, beginning at the Cooks Corner Interchange in Brunswick and extending 5.18 miles east to the Bath Viaduct. All work will take place at night, beginning as early as 7 p.m. and ending by 6 a.m.

Woolwich Community Recreation

"To develop and implement a broad range of year-round programs that will help enrich the lives
of the citizens and visitors of Woolwich, Maine
- to live life better."

Programs And Announcements

The Town of Woolwich New Clean Solar Energy

The town’s new solar project located at the site of the town’s old landfill (236 Middle Road).

View the current solar production of the three panel arrays

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