​ ​​​​​Town of Baldwin, Maine​

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

​(207) 625-3581 & (207) 625-9107


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Tuesday, 5/11/21 - Selectmen Workshop @ 6:00PM

Thursday, 5/13/21 - Planning Board @ 7:00PM

in-person meeting at the Baldwin Town Office Gymnasium


Our Salvation Army donation boxes are BACK!  All donations must be placed inside the boxes. Let us know if any questions! please share!😃

Municipal meetings are now available to watch online.

(posted promptly after the meeting,

cannot be watched live)

Click here ​​

Baldwin Active Kids Program

Taking after school program sign-ups now!

​​​​No Assessing Office Hours due to Covid.

Call Cumberland County Assessing if any questions

or to schedule a meeting 207-699-2475​​

Monday: 8:00AM - 12:00PM

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


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 of the Historical Society.


First Congregational Church of East Baldwin Food Pantry
Location: 26 School Street, East Baldwin, ME 04024
Days and Hours: Tuesdays 8:00-10:30 am
Contact: Glenn Haines 207-625-2360


Steep Falls Soup Kitchen is open every

Wednesday from 5:00pm - 6:30pm at the Steep Falls Church.  

Baldwin Residents: who does not currently have Spectrum internet services available to them? and who would be interested in high speed internet provided by Spectrum if it was available? email baldwinselectmen@gmail.com or call 625-9107

The Selectmen's office was contacted by Spectrum to gauge if there is an interest in expanding high speed internet in Town to parts that are not currently covered. Spectrum provided the coverage map. This post is just the start of the conversation to gauge interest and see if Baldwin residents would be interested in Spectrum services who do not currently have that as an option where they live. Selectmen are considering sending out a survey to all residents in the mail to find out what kind of internet they currently have, if at all, and if there is an interest in expanding spectrum services in areas that do not have it.

​​The Baldwin Selectmen are requiring mandatory masks inside the Baldwin Town Office per Governor Mill's Order. 

This applies for all meetings and town office entry.