Phone: (207) 628-4441
Fax: (207) 628-4440
Town Email:
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

Town Clerk: Kristen Mitchell, Ext. 2

LPI: Robert Dunphy, Ext. 5

Assessor's Agent: Mike Malesky Ext. 3

Animal Control Officer:
Lori Agren, 628-2919

Fire Chief / EMA Director
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*


Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 7:30-4:30
Friday 12:30-4:30


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

Community Library

Some fifteen years ago, New Portland’s first public library opened in an old school house in the North Village. Over time the building proved no longer suitable, and thanks to many grants a new library was built in the East Village, close by the Town Office and Fire Station. The new library opened in 2006 and has more space than the previous building, a special children’s corner, a board room, a tutoring office and computers with high speed internet available to the public. There is a wireless connection for use with people who have their own laptops. We have a large selection of books, including large print, hardcover and paperbacks, magazines, audio books, and movies available. The board room as well as seating space in the library and the tutoring office are all available to patrons for individual use as well as small meetings. Various meetings and public events are held throughout the year. Toasty Tuesday mornings invite the public in to do crafts, play cards, view our collections, get assistance with genealogy questions, and enjoy a hot beverage and snacks.

A list of special events organized by the library for 2016 include:

Cpr class

Children’s Story Hour (2nd Saturday of the month, 9-10am)

Booksignings by local artists

Photo Challenge Slideshow

Ladies’ Tea

Happy Horseshoe Chinese Auction

Plant, Bake and Book Sale

Ice Cream Social

Pie social

10th anniversary party

Fall festival

Art shows that change every quarter

Various speakers on a multitude of topics about Maine


To check our inventory online please go to the following web address:

When you go to the above link it is going to ask for a username and password.

Username: NPCL

Password: NPCL


Check with the library for specific dates and times.  We can be reached by phone at 207-628-6561. Our email is Be sure to check out our Facebook page at newportlandcommunitylibrary group.

New Portland Community Library children's area

New Portland Community Library children’s area


New Portland Community Library

New Portland Community Library

Our New Portland and area authors:

Dr. Bill Hopkins: Kennebec: Part One, Into Maine

Gary Cobb: The History of Pierce Pond

Karen Bessey Pease: The Irregular column “Observations From the F.A.R. M.”

Laura Hall Dunham & Hazel Hall: No, We Weren’t Poor, We Just Didn’t Have Any Money

Laura Hall Dunham & Hazel Hall: No, We Weren’t Poor, We Just Didn’t Have Any Money, Part II