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.


Pottery Painting at the Library March 7 from 10AM-Noon.

The Library is hosting a Garden Supply and Seed Exchange from February 24 through July 1, 2020. Check the Library Page or contact Louise (722-3445) for more information.

March 3, 2020 - Presidential Primary and Special State Referendum Election
Polls open until 8PM
. Absentee ballots available for early voting from Feb. 3.

Presidential Primary
The 129th Maine Legislature enacted a Presidential Primary law in 2019 (PL 2019, Chapter 445), for the purpose of allowing Maine voters to designate their preference for the nomination of their party’s candidate.  The Democratic Party and the Republican Party will participate in the Presidential Primary election, but also will hold caucuses for conducting other party-building activities.

Special State Referendum
Question 1:  People’s Veto
Do you want to reject the new law that removes religious and philosophical exemptions to requiring immunization against certain communicable diseases for students to attend schools and colleges and for employees of nursery schools and health care facilities?

A yes vote will overturn the law and restore these exemptions.
A no vote will keep the law in effect.

Unity Area Regional Recycling Center has a job opening. Call (207) 568-3117 for more information.

Unity Area Recycling is no longer taking GLASS or any plastic except Number 2. Glass must be bagged and put in the dumpsters.

The Jackson Library has openings for board members. Meetings are held monthly, on the second Monday of each month at 6pm. Those interested may contact Hazel Littlefield at 722-3653.