NEW PORTLAND TOWN OFFICE

Phone: (207) 628-4441
Fax: (207) 628-4440
Town Email: nwprtlnd@tds.net
Mailing Address:
901 River Rd. New Portland, ME. 04961

Town Office Hours

Tax Collecting, Registrations, Hunting & Fishing Licenses, Vital Statistics, Voter Registrations, Dog Licenses

Mondays-Wednesdays 11 am - 5 pm
Thursdays- 1 pm to 6 pm
1st Saturday of the month April - November
8 am to 12 pm noon (except holiday weekends)
*Closed on Saturdays December - March due to winter schedule*

Town Manager/CEO: Stacie Rundlett, Ext. 1
Email: nwprtlnd@tds.net

Town Clerk: Kristen Mitchell, Ext. 2
Email: newportlandtownclerk@gmail.com

LPI: Robert Dunphy, Ext. 5

Assessor's Agent: Ext. 3
Email: newportlandassessors@tds.net

Animal Control Officer:
Lori Agren, 628-2919

Fire Department: Chief Kip Poulin, Ext. 4

Burn Permit Contact Information

Brian Rundlett 628-4544 or 491-4583
Wayne Rundlett 628-2920
Kip Poulin 628-4456

Board of Selectmen

Michael Senecal, Chair – (207)628-1001
Raymond Poulin - (207)265-2957
Wayne Rundlett - (207)628-2920

*Any concerns regarding Winter Roads please call the Town Office at 628-4441*

TRANSFER STATION

Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 7:30-4:30
Friday 12:30-4:30
WINTER HOURS
*CLOSED FRIDAYS FROM NOVEMBER 15TH - APRIL 15TH*

NEW PORTLAND COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Phone: 628-6561
Summer Hours - June 1st to August 31st
Tuesday & Saturday 9 am - 12 pm
Wednesday & Thursday 4 pm - 6 pm

Winter Hours - September 1st to May 31st
Sunday 1 pm - 3 pm
Tuesday & Saturday 10 am - 12 pm
Wednesday & Thursday 4 pm - 6 pm

Let’s Light Up The Bridge!!

There is a donation can at the Town Office.  Your donations will go towards the purchase of lights for the Wire Bridge this winter.

This is sponsored by the New Portland Recreation Committee

Playground upkeep

Help is needed to get the Playground cleaned up. As some folks have seen while your kids are playing, that the grass is coming up through the sand. Weeding has been done, but it is a lot of work for one person. If a few people could do some weeding while kids are playing or just when you have time. A cloth mat (not sure of the official name) is below the sand that should prevent the grass from growing. I believe when the mowing gets done, some gets into the area.
So, when weeding if you use a rake or something make sure not to disturb the mat. I will be working on it as I can, but would love for the citizens to be involved.
You will notice a new sign about smoking at the playground; we ask that you please do not smoke there. Cleaning cigarettes out of the sand is not fun. Plus it is not healthy for children who play there.
Thank you for any and all help. Don’t forget if your kids need Community hours, have them come work.

Respectfully,

Judi Wills