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Welcome to the Town of Jackson, Waldo County, Maine, USA. Settled in 1798 and incorporated on June 12, 1812, Jackson is a small town of about 548 people. Here you can find useful information like upcoming events, phone numbers, and town office hours.

Announcements


The Town Office will be closed on April 11 and April 13.

Spring Brown Goods Day will be held on Sunday, May 19 from 8 a.m---4 p.m

School Board Membership Change
School Board members now will be elected in June on a ballot like  the primaries and school budget.  A candidate for the ballot must submit nomination papers and obtain voter signatures to be placed on the ballot.  If you are interested in running for the School Board you can pick up nomination papers in the town office.  If you have questions please come into the office, do not phone.

Notice:
There appears to be an article in the Republican Journal that the town is selling sand.  It is incorrect, John Work is selling sand at his shop.  As a reminder the sand at the sand shed is for town residents own use, not for sanding contractors to fill their sanders and charge for it.

Dog Licenses are now overdue.     Late Fees started on February 1, 2019.

2019 Dog Licenses are due by January 31, 2019. A late fee of $25.00 per dog will start Feb 1, 2019. All dogs older than 6 months must be licensed. Must have proof of current rabies shot.  If you are not sure if your dog needs one this year call the Town Office at 722-3439 and Brenda can check your card.

Licenses may be obtained at the Town Office.
If you have any questions call the Town Office at 722-3439. Must have proof of current rabies shot. Please call if you no longer have previously licensed dogs so that they can be removed from the file.