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





BALDWIN TOWN OFFICE HOURS
Monday: 8:00AM - 12:00PM

Tuesday: 8:00AM - 7:00PM

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

Last Saturday of the Month: 8AM -12PM

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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. 
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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.

   

*** SAND POND BEACH CLOSED ***

MONDAY AFTERNOONS

JUNE 24TH - AUGUST 12TH

FROM 1:30PM - 5:30PM

FOR SUMMER SWIM PROGRAM

  

   Click HERETo View FEMA Group Flood Insurance Policy Fact Sheet



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

(posted after the meeting cannot be watched live)

Click here ​​

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

(posted after the meeting cannot be watched live)

Click here ​​



Notice to Baldwin Residents

The Baldwin Select Board is seeking two residents to serve as our community’s representatives on the Saco River Corridor Commission.  Baldwin has a history of leadership on the SRCC.  The Saco River Corridor Commission serves 20 municipalities. Each town is represented by a regular and alternate member. Membership is as diverse as the communities served and represents a cross-section of valley life and values.
Serving without compensation for their time, efforts, or expenses, the commissioners are constant proof that land use controls can be effectively and sensibly administered at a regional level by area residents. Members and alternates are appointed by their respective town officials.

Members are appointed to serve a three-year term. Regular members have full voting and participatory rights in all proceedings of the full commission and its committees. Alternate members are allowed to participate in all proceedings of the full commission but may only vote in the absence of the regular member. Both regular and alternate members may serve on subcommittees. 

You can learn more about the SRCC at www.srcc-maine.org

Call Robyn Anderson at 207-625-9107 if you are interested in applying. 

Thank you for your interest,
Sincerely,
Baldwin Select Board




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.


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION, AND TO VISIT THE GREATFUL UNDEAD'S WEBSITE




SAND POND BEACH PASSES

ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE TOWN OFFICE

*** $10.00 PER PASS ***

BALDWIN RESIDENTS ONLY

PASSES ARE REQUIRED AND MUST BE DISPLAYED PROMINENTLY IN VEHICLE WINDOW

VEHICLES WITHOUT PASSES ARE NOT PERMITTED AT BEACH

SAND POND BEACH RULES

  • SWIM AND PLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK
  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY
  • NO DOGS ALLOWED ON BEACH OR IN SWIMMING AREA
  • NO ALCOHOL, VAPING, OR SMOKING
  • ALL VEHICLES MUST HAVE CURRENT SAND POND BEACH STICKERS
  • BEACH IS CLOSED SUNSET TO SUNRISE








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BALDWIN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
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 project is planned to be completed over a two year period.  A community-wide survey to determine key issues for the plan to address has been completed.   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, and that video is available to watch online. The dates of ongoing monthly meetings are posted on the Town website.   Anyone interested in the Comprehensive Planning process is welcome to attend.
      **** A public input session is scheduled for Monday, October 23rd, 2023 at 7:00pm****







Tuesday, July 16th - Select Board Workshop @ 6:00pm

Thursday, July 18th - ​Baldwin Comprehensive Plan Meeting

​@ 3:00pm

Meeting to be held at the Brown Memorial Library Community Room

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​​​​Click Here to view proposed Draft of REQUESTED Medical and Adult Cannabis Ordinance.

Click Here to view proposed Draft Baldwin LD2003 Housing and Land Use Ordinances Update 
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​Click Here to view Draft Baldwin Floodplain Mangagement Ordinance 

​​ClickHereBaldwin ADU Ordinance Draft 

 

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​​​​​Town of Baldwin, Maine​

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

​(207) 625-3581 ​​



***ATTENTION NORTH BALDWIN RESIDENTS ***      

Sebago Fiber

Provides High Speed Internet for Homes, Businesses, & Communities in Maine.



Sebago Fiber was awarded a grant by MCA (Maine Connectivity Authority),
and is actively working to start the buildout in
North Baldwin and
Sebago this summer. 


Click here for Link to view the web page for the project 

Click here to access the interactive map where you can tyoe in an address