Community Resource information
The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area has convened a group of representatives from various organizations and individuals to provide information of where to access resources due to layoffs at the Androscoggin Mill in Jay. Click here to download the PDF for further information.
Legal Notice to Alexis Laudano, Porkcha Reopell, Joseph Reopell, and John Reopell
Please take notice that the Town has commenced a lawsuit against you in the Maine District Court located in Farmington, Maine in an effort to collect the taxes due on your real estate on the Holley Road in said Farmington, shown on Town Tax Map R17 as Lot 11. The docket number of the case is FAR-DC-CV-2017-6. On January 19, 2017, the Town obtained an ex parte order approving real estate attachment in the amount of $13,239.75. For more information, call the Town's Attorney, Frank M. Underkuffler, Esq. at 207-778-9771 or the Farmington District Court at 207-778-2119.
Central Maine power
Our Tree Care crews may be conducting tree work in Farmington in 2017. Click here for further information.
Maine department of transportation
MDOT is currently working on estimating a highway safety project at the Wilton/Farmington town line. Click here for further information.
MDOT is currently estimating a Highway Preservation project on Route 2. Click here for further information.
MDOT is currently estimating a highway rehabilitation project on Route 4. Click here for further information.
CREDIT CARD AND DEBIT PAYMENTS
The Town of Farmington is now accepting credit and debit card payments in person at the Municipal Building during regular business hours. Please note that a convenience fee of 2.5% will be added to each transaction. We hope that you find this service convenient and useful in your future transactions with the Town of Farmington.
Presentation of the "Certified Business Friendly" sign
L to R: Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Director, Penny Meservier; Town Manager, Richard Davis; Farmington Downtown Association President, Sue Jones; Planning Assistant, Cindy Gelinas; Selectmen Matt Smith, Mike Fogg, and Chairman Joshua Bell; Greater Franklin Development Corporation Director, Alison Hagerstrom; and Governor’s Account Executive, Diane Jackson.
The Town of Farmington joins 30 other communities in being recognized for partnering with the private sector, and achieving excellence through streamlining regulations and permitting processes.
Click here to view the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development website for the Certified Business Friendly Community Program.
Maine's Unclaimed Property Program
Unclaimed Property consists of money and other personal assets that are considered lost or abandoned when an owner cannot be located after a specified period of time. Unclaimed Property does not include real estate, animals or vehicles.
You can search the Treasurer's Unclaimed Property List at www.maine.gov/upsearch