Town Office 2020 Holiday Closures here.
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.
The National Digital Equity Center's 'Maine Digital Inclusion Initiative' offers free digital literacy instruction to towns all over Maine!
Introduction to Computer
Windows 7, 8, 10
Social Media including FaceBook for Business & Individuals, Twitter, etc.
Gmail, Google Docs, etc.
Aging in Place
Business Growth and Support
Websites, Social Media and Domain Email
Cutting the Cord
How to have a Smart House
Accessing Distance Learning Education
Click these overviews for more information about the offered programs:
For information on the classes being offered click here.
Complete this survey to bring the FREE programs to Leeds!!!!
(Paper forms of this information and the survey are available at the town office.)
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.
Marriage Licenses may be applied for at the town office on Mondays from 12:30pm to 3:30pm and Wednesdays from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. Please apply at least three 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. Sign up for free here.
An Amish community resides on the Wales side of Leeds Junction Road. Take a look at information on sharing the road here.
The State Primary and Special Referendum Election is Tuesday, July 14th.
The town and school vote will also be on July 14th.
The Town Office will be closed for business on this day. Voting will take place in the back lower level of the Town Office. Face masks are required and we will be following strict CDC guidelines.
At this time, both in-person and absentee voting are available for the July 14 election.
Click here to watch the video from the Secretary of State concerning the election.
For the town of Leeds, in-person voting will take place in the back lower level of the town office- 8 Community Drive. This location will be open from 7am until 8pm.
Voters may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person. To minimize interaction with others during this public health pandemic (COVID-19), some voters may prefer voting by absentee ballot. Casting an absentee ballot is convenient and secure.
Absentee ballots may be requested in writing, by phone, online, or in person up to and including the day of the election, without specifying a reason. However, if you are asking to receive your ballot by mail, please request it early enough to allow for postal mail delivery time – both to
receive it and return it (2-5 days each way).
You can request an absentee ballot by calling your Municipal Clerk’s office at 524-5171.
To request an absentee ballot online or by mail, click here.
Absentee ballot requests are being accepted right now. Printed ballots will be available by mid-June, and we will issue your ballot as soon as possible after that date.
Ballots must be returned to the municipal clerk no later than 8:00 pm on Election Day.
For additional information go to: https://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/voter-
The Town Meeting will be on Wednesday, July 22nd at 6pm at the Leeds Central School.
We will be following strict CDC guidelines.
The Town Office will be open for business once the meeting is concluded until 9pm.
Town Reports are available at the Town Office.
Look below for online registration options:
Click here for vehicle and trailer registrations (Rapid Renewal will not work for first time registrations.)
As of May 1st, 2020 all motorized watercraft on Maine waters must have a valid registration.
Click here for recreational registrations and licenses. (The previous year's registrations are required for renewals.)
You can also pay your taxes online. The first half was due November 4th, 2019, and the second half was due May 5th, 2020. Click the link below to make an online payment.
You can also mail tax payments to the office-
P.O. Box 206
Leeds, ME 04263
The Stinchfield Beach will be open at your own risk. There will be no attendant.
The Leeds Volunteer Fire Department is not issuing any burning permits until further notice.
You may still obtain an outside burning permit online by going to http://www.maineburnpermit.com. There is a seven dollar fee for a two day permit.
Online permits only allow burning between the hours of 5 pm and 9 am unless it is a steady rain fall or the ground is completely covered with snow. They also only allow burning on class 1 and 2 days.
This action has been taken to align our practices with the orders coming out of the Governor's Office as well as to help keep everyone safe and healthy.
Thank you for your understanding
Glenn J. Holt Fire Chief, Town of Leeds
The transfer station will be continue to be open its normal hours-
Wednesdays- 11a.m. to 4p.m.
Saturdays- 8a.m. to 5p.m.
The trash bags will be available to purchase at the transfer station.
The demolition dumpster is open.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles will be opening June 1st by appointment only. Click here to get contact information for the Maine offices.
Sumer, a rising Junior at Bowdoin College is working Summer Research project analyzing the political landscape of Maine's 2nd Congressional District. The final product of his research shall help state and local governments understand the key issues Mainer's are facing and encourage politicians to take action.
As a part of his research, he is conducting an online survey that asks respondents various questions on their opinions of Maine politics. It would be extremely helpful if you could take 5 - 10 minutes of your day to participate in his survey. The survey is completely anonymous and voluntary. The survey is accessible on your phone, computer, or tablet through the link below: