Office open Mon 12:30pm-4:30pm, Tues 8:30am-4:30pm, Wed 8:30am-4:30pm & 7pm-9pm, Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm and Fri 8:30am-12:30pm

ADDRESS

8 Community Drive

P.O. Box 206

Leeds, ME 04263

 

T  207-524-5171

F  207-524-2451

 

 

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December Holiday                Closures:

The town office will be closing early & closed on  the following days:

Tuesday, December 24th-

We will be closing at 12:30

       &

Wednesday, December 25th & January 1st, 2020-Closed.

 There will not be any evening hours or a selectmen's meeting-both weeks-for Christmas & New Year's Day.

Transfer Station & Recycling

will be closed on Wednesday, December 25th, But will be open for business on Thursday, December 26th & on Wednesday, January 1st, 2020.

An Amish community
resides on the Wales side of
Leeds Junction Road. Take a look
at info on sharing the road here.

 

Did you know? 

Turner Rescue is now offering Leeds residents a subscription plan that could save potentially hundreds of dollars if you ever need to be transported by Turner Rescue.  For more information and the paperwork to sign up please click here.

The town of Leeds has been awarded A ConnectME broadband community planning  grant. 

Find more information here.

 

 

To view Rules of Order when attending a selectmen's meeting click here.

 

To view the 2019 holiday closing schedule click here.

 

To view the town of Leeds Social Media Policy click here.

Marriage Licenses

may be applied for at the town office on
Mondays from 12:30-3:30pm and Wednesdays from 12:30-3:30pm. Please apply at least 3 days prior to the wedding.

Ever forget to register your car?

The state will send you an email reminder one month before your registration is due for free. 

Sign up here.

Dog Licensing

All dog licensing must be complete by January 31st to avoid a $25 late fee. Please contact the Town Office with any questions.

 

 

 

 

 

Broadband Update

The West Kennebec Lakes Broadband Association made up of representatives from Fayette, Readfield, Vienna, Mt Vernon, Wayne and Leeds are meeting monthly looking for ways to upgrade service in the communities. 

We expect a report in late November from our consultant of his findings with regard to Phase I of the project.  That includes a report of the existing infrastructure.  He has already submitted an application for Grant Funds for

Phase 2. 

 

One of the subjects of discussion has been about funding the improvements.  The attached article describes how Chesterfield, N H approached this issue. 

 

Phase 2 will include 2 public information meetings in each town over the coming months.

Click here for more information.

 Tired of Ice.......

 Is your driveway         slippery?

 Need sand? 

Town of Leeds has sand available to residents of the Town of Leeds for personal use during winter months. This sand is for Leeds residents only and not to be used for commercial use. Please limit to the amount taken to no more than 2 five gallon pails per storm. You can fill your pails at the Town Garage.

Come check out our

new Facebook page.

 The all new official Town of Leeds, Maine Facebook page. Our goal is to share town events and community happenings. We ask that comments remain in alignment with the Town of Leeds Social Media Policy. 
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