​​​​​Town of Baldwin, Maine​

Town Office & Community Center
​534 Pequawket Trail, West Baldwin, Maine 04091

​(207) 625-3581 ​​

​​​​​Municipal meetings are now available to watch online.

(posted after the meeting cannot be watched live)

Click here ​​

You could lower your internet

bill by $30 a month!

The Affordable Connectvity Program (ACP) offers eligible

Maine families up to $30 a month off their internet bill.

Check it out at the attached link.


Sign up at https://getacp.org/maine

​​​Municipal meetings are now available to watch online.

(posted after the meeting cannot be watched live)

Click here ​​

Baldwin, along with, Porter, Parsonsfield, Cornish and Hiram, now belong to the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States andCommunities

The spearhead for this effort was the

GratefulUndead, a local group of concerned citizens whose mission is to support folks that want to age in place and stay in their homes as long as possible.


The Town of Baldwin is 

  Seeking Proposals for Roof Repair

  The Town Of Baldwin is seeking proposals for roof repairs for the

Community Center.

Work includes installing bituthene water proofing to approximately 100 sf of shingled area and removal/repair/replacement of approximately 80 linear feet of roof facia and soffit on a built up roof section of the hallway and mechanical spaces. 

Click HERE for a more detailed description of the work.


The Town’s Comprehensive plan was last updated in 1991.  Since then there have been a number of changes to Maine statutes impacting subdivision ordinances, our land use ordinance, and shoreland zoning.   In addition, the State expects municipal comprehensive plans to be reviewed/updated at least every ten years. Following is some information on the new Baldwin Comprehensive Plan initiative.

Southern Maine Planning and Development Commission (SMP&DC) has been engaged to update the plan.  Baldwin will have an AdvisoryCommittee to interface frequently with SMP&DC and assess first drafts of plan output.  The Advisory Committee members are Bob Flint, Jo Pierce, Tracy Grisez, Don Sharp, and Matt Fricker as Chair.  A Review Council (Gordon Wentworth, Kathy Pierce, Allan Dolloff, Norm Blake, Laurie Downey, Wes Sunderland and Paul Thomas) will periodically review and provide feedback on the SMP&DC and Advisory Committee work products, with a focus on strategic direction.  
The project is planned to be completed over a two year period. There will be a community-wide survey to determine key issues for the plan to address which everyone in Town will have an opportunity to complete.  Also, the Town will vote on acceptance of the final Plan results at a Town Meeting.
The initial planning meeting was Thursday, August 4th, 2022.  Future meetings will be held at the Town office the 3rd Wednesday of the month  at 10:00AM unless otherwise posted.  Anyone interested in the Comprehensive Planning process is welcome to attend.


Baldwin Walking Paths

Request for Proposals

The Town of Baldwin has received limited funding for the development of walking paths on town owned property and is looking for assistance from organization(s) with experience in this area. Assistance can be in laying/marking out suggested paths and/or actual installation of paths. Attached are some maps of the town owned land with some possible paths for reference purposes. Other suggestions will be considered. If you are interested in helping, please send your information and proposal to: Town of Baldwin Select Board 534 Pequawket Trail West Baldwin, ME 04091

Click HEREto view maps

​​Tuesday, October 3rd - Public Hearing Followed by Regularly Scheduled Select Board Meeting @ 6:00pm


     Click HERE for Complete Paving Bid Packet.

Monday: 8:00AM - 12:00PM

Tuesday: 8:00AM - 7:00PM

  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Last Saturday of the Month: 8AM -12PM


The Town office accepts Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express credit cards.  The minimum charge to use your card is $1.00.  For a charge $40 and more, a fee of 2.5% will be charged. 

The Soldier's Memorial Committee is gathering pictures of citizens who served in the military.  The pictures will be scanned, returned to their owners and used by the Committee for fund raising/ future programs.  Pictures may be left at the Town office or the Historical Society.


ClickHERE to view the West Baldwin Solar Station Development Program. 

Town of Baldwin

Application for a Municipal Development and Tax Increment Financing District

Click HERE to view TIF Presentation "What is a TIF"

Click HERE ​to view approval letter for the West Baldwin Solar Station MTIF District and Development Program