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.


Free Rabies Clinic on October 7 from 9-11AM at the Brooks Fire Station!

The Fall Brown Goods Day will be held at the Transfer Station on Sunday, October 15, 2017 from 8AM to 3PM. No tires will be accepted unless previously signed up.

Congratulations to our 2017 Mount View graduates:

 Emily Anderson
 Eli Crandall
 Joseph Danna
 Sierra Fonger
 Alan Gibbs
 Sage Lockhart
 Donald Nickerson III

2018 Dog Licenses can be purchased beginning on October 1, 2017.

Watch this space for free and low cost rabies clinics this Fall.

State law requires that each owner of a dog at the age of 6 months or more on or before January 1st of each year obtain a license from the clerk of the municipality where the dog is kept.

Licenses may be obtained at the Town Office. Office hours are Monday and Friday from 8AM-1PM, Tuesday from 3PM-7PM, Thursday from Noon to 5PM, and the 3rd Saturday of the month from 8AM-Noon. 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.

Planning Board
meetings have been rescheduled to Tuesdays in 2017.