The town of Woolwich, Maine is located on the east side of the Kennebec River. Settled in 1638.  The town's current population is approx. 3,100 residents and is governed by a five member Selectboard with a Town Meeting form of Government.

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

• Monday August 25th Recycling Day
• Selectboard Special Meeting - 5PM Monday Aug 25th
• Monday Sept 1st Labor Day Holiday OFFICE CLOSED
• Tuesday Sept 2nd Regular Selectboard meeting 6:00 PM
• Tuesday Sept 2nd Planning Board meeting 7:15 PM
• Monday Sept 8th
Recycling Day
• Wednesday Sept 10th Public Communications Committee 6:00 PM
• Wednesday Sept 10th Fire Department Training
• Monday Sept 15th Regular Selectboard meeting 6:00 PM
• Wednesday Sept 17th Solid Waste & Recycling Committee 5:30 PM
• Wednesday Sept 17th EMS Training
• Monday Sept 22nd
Recycling Day
• Sunday Sept 28th Fire Department Training

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Woolwich Citizens Needed
for Woolwich Activities

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This is the official website for the Town of Woolwich, Maine USA

UpDated - 8/25/14