NEW PORTLAND TOWN OFFICE

Phone: (207) 628-4441
Fax: (207) 628-4440
Mailing Address:
901 River Rd. New Portland, ME. 04961

Town Manager: Stacie Rundlett, Ext. 1

Mondays-Wednesdays 11am - 5pm
Thursdays- 2 pm to 7 pm
1st Saturday of each month 8 am to 12 noon (except holiday weekends)

Town Clerk: Alicia Wills, Ext. 2

Mondays 2-5
Thursdays 4-7
and 1st Saturday of each month 8 am to 11 am unless it’s a holiday weekend.

CEO: Robert Dunphy, Ext. 5

First and third Tuesday 1-3pm

Assessor's Agent: Terriann Lamontagne, Ext. 3

By appointment only until further notice.

Animal Control Officer:
Lori Agren, 628-2919

Fire Department: Chief Kip Poulin, Ext. 4

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
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 4-6
Saturday 10-12

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, we have built a new library in the East Village, close by the Town Office and Fire Station. The new library has more space, a special children’s corner, a board-room and computers (with high-speed internet access) available to the public. We have books (including large print, hardcover and paperbacks), magazines, audiobooks, movies, music, and more!

Our hours are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4-6pm and on Saturday from 10-12am (except holidays).  You can view our online catalog any time.  The username is NPCL and the password is also NPCL.  We can be reached by phone at 628-6561.  Be sure to check out our library blog too!

The NPCL Book Club meets monthly on the second Thursday at 6:30pm.

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