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2021 Holiday Closures

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

To view the town of Leeds Social Media Policy click 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.


Click here to read the letter regarding the health risks caused by the growing population of brown tail moths. For more information from the link in the letter, click here.

Ever forget to register your car?

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

Marriage Licenses may be applied for at the town office on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Please plan to spend at least half an hour to complete the application, and call ahead if you can. Please apply at least three days prior to the wedding.

Look below for online registration options:

Click here for vehicle and trailer registrations. 

(Rapid Renewal will not work

for first time registrations.)

Click here for recreational registrations and licenses.  

(The previous year's registrations

are required for renewals.)



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

For a reminder on what is accepted at the Recycling Center, please click here.

Per executive order, all customers must wear a mask to enter the Town Office building.

The second installment of the 2021 taxes will be due May 4th, 2021. We encourage you to pay online or send a check to the office to limit personal contact. Please include your account number and mail checks to:

Town of Leeds

P.O. Box 206

Leeds, ME 04263

Click the link below to pay your taxes online. 

We appreciate your help to keep the community safe.

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5 Steps to Get the Internet to all Americans

Are you happy with your internet service in Leeds? How would you improve it? Do you have enough bandwidth for work, school, and entertainment?  We are conducting a survey on internet service in Leeds and what your needs and priorities are for the future.  We know that reliable, affordable, high speed internet is becoming as important to our community as our roads and schools, but we don't know a lot about what service people are getting currently or how they feel about it. 

Complete the survey in under five minutes to help us understand your needs and priorities! 

We want to hear from you!

Click here to complete the survey.

Click here to read about

the need for broadband connectivity for education during this pandemic.  

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.

The Town of Leeds Broadband Committee is working in partnership with the WKLCBA to commission the report below.


Franklin County's Broadband Initiative

We are seeking one planning board alternate.

If you have any interest, please contact the Town Office.

If you are looking for more information on the Leeds Solar Project by Walden Renewables, click the link below.

Leeds Solar Project Public Presentation

The Transfer Station will now be open

on Wednesdays- 9am to 4pm,

and Saturdays- 8am to 4pm.

The trash bags will be available to purchase at the transfer station.

The demolition dumpster will be open April 17th- weather permitting. 

The Town Office will be closed Monday, April 19th, 2021in observance of Patriots Day. 

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


8 Community Drive

P.O. Box 206

Leeds, ME 04263


T  207-524-5171

F  207-524-2451



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