Municipal Building info:
71 Main Street
Porter, Maine 04068
Porter is located fifty (50) miles southwest of Paris in the southern end of Oxford County. Formerly called Porterfield Plantation. It was settled about 1781 and named for Dr. Aaron Porter, and was incorporated on February 20, 1807.
Our population is 1498, and we are part of Maine School Administrative District 55 along with the towns of Baldwin, Cornish, Hiram, and Parsonsfield.
Effective February 13, 2019 the Selectmen's meetings will be held on every other Wednesday from 3pm to 4:30pm
Please check the calendar for exact dates
Bids are now being accepted for snow removal and sanding for approximately 43 miles of town ways for the Town of Porter.
A bid sheet, a copy of the proposed contract and a list of minimum equipment required may be picked up at the Town Office or on the home page of our web site (www.portermaine.org).
***Due to a technical glitch, we have changed some dates and times to allow prospective bidders more time to formulate their bids.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
**** Please use the dates and times listed below ****
All bids must be received in the Town Office by 5PM on June 21, 2019.
Bids will be opened at 9AM on June 24, 2019
ALL BIDDERS MUST BE PRESENT AT THE TOWN HALL FOR A SITE VISIT ON June 17, 2019 at 9AM.
Bids are for a 5 (five) year contract.
The selectmen reserve the right to reject any and all bids.
The Selectmen would like to thank the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Maine and his Suite, the members of Greenleaf Lodge #117, the members of Drummond Lodge #118, and all the other Masons who participated in the Cornerstone and Dedication Ceremony at the Porter Town Hall on Saqturday July 21, 2018.
Special thanks go to Roger Berube for organizing this ceremony and to Cindy Berube and her A-Team for providing refreshments after the ceremony.
Below are pictures of the ceremony taken by Roger Berube and others.
Rob, Ron, and Brent