Town of Phippsburg, Maine
1042 Main Road, Phippsburg ME 04562
Tel:  207-389-2653/207-389-1088  Fax:  207-389-1522
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Town Notices
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 Updated July 29,  2014

Channel 3 Television
Schedule for July 28th to August 3rd

Political Signs Rules State Right of Way Political Sign Rule on  Route 209 & 216 - ROW varies up to 50 feet from centerline: No signs until 6 weeks prior to Elections.
Town Political Sign Size Rule: 8 Square Feet maximum.

Open Position
Transfer Station Attendant
- Applications due by 5:00 p.m. on August 1st.

Parker Head Road Closure

Open Committee Positions
Committee Application

Health Officer
position still open

Job Description

FEMA Flood Map Information for Review
(Includes Preliminary Maps, Current Maps, and Newspaper Articles)

Village Meeting Schedule for FEMA Flood Map Information

8/5 - 6 p.m. at the Sebasco Church

8/13 - Follows Seasonal Taxpayers Meeting at the Fire Station (meeting starts at 6 p.m.)

Outside Links

Area Weather
Marine Weather
Portland Weather Buoy
Phippsburg Weather   
Weatherbug (download)

Portland Press
Times Record
WCSH (6) Storm Closings


City of Bath
County Sheriff

State of Maine

Town of West Bath
U.S. Postal Service

Legislature E-mail
Governor LePage
Senator King
Senator Collins
Representative Pingree
State Senator Vitelli
State Rep. Saxton

Schools & Libraries

Albert F. Totman Library
Patten Free Library
Popham Library
Regional School Unit #1

Bath Visitors Site
Chamber of Commerce
Maine's First Ship
Maine Fishermen's Forum
Maine Information
New Meadows Watershed
Phipps Historical Society
Phippsburg Land Trust
Sagadahoc Preservation, Inc.
Spectrum Generations
Women's Business Center

Sportsmen's Association


200th Anniversary Celebration Information (Scroll Down)

Events, Memorabilia, News Releases and other information

Full Events Listing (updated 5/29/14 - no changes since)


Maine Maritime Museum Phippsburg Artifacts Display


200th Anniversary Celebration Day at Popham on Friday,
August 15th

  • Pirate Ship: Arrives at 10:00 a.m.  Village invasion at 1:00 pm  Treasure hunts and great prizes, sword fights, pirate games and cannons firing! Arrrrgh!!!!!  Kids and Adult costume contest with more great prizes.!
  • Food:  12 to 2 pm & 5 to 7 pm - Hamburgers, Hot Dogs & Soda.  5 to 7  p.m. Fish & Chips.
  • Music in the Chapel: 2 to 2:30 pm Deborah Sandler on Baroque harp, 2:30 to 3:15 pm Dick Hankinson on piano, playing George Gershwin, Jerome Kern and Cole Porter, 3:15 to 3:45 pm Dennis Doiron on guitar - The Saltwater Hillbilly, 3:45 to 4:15 pm Deborah Sandler on harp with Celtic Music.
  • Art at the Chapel: Local Artists - Public Welcome -Art for Sale
  • History in the Library: 200 years of History! Children's coloring contest with prizes.  Drinks and snacks available.
  • Parade at 7:30:  Flares and Bonfire
  • Other Events: Popham Circle Raffle - Wonderful prizes! Commemorative stamp cancellation on 200th postcards.  200th Anniversary Memorabilia Table.  Sponsored by Popham Chapel, Popham Circle & PBIA/Library.  FMI - Marcia at 389-2620.
  • Parking and Transportation:  Parking in the village is limited.  Free parking and bus service from Small Point Baptist Church and other locations to be announced.

Additional 200th Event not in Flyer:  Train Open House on Saturday August 16th from 1 to 3 pm at 83 Captain Perry Drive (Sue Levene & Eric Schade).  See model steam trains run on a garden railway.  E-mail for more info.


200th Anniversary Boat Parade
and Blessing of the Fleet
on Sunday, August 17th

 Spectator information

Time:  5:00 p.m.
 Ridleys Landing Dock - Sebasco Harbor (155 Ridleys Landing).
Bert and Callie Well's Field at 54 Ridleys Landing Road.  Shuttle will run starting 3:00 p.m. every 15 minutes. 

Boat Participant Information

Both Commercial and Recreational Boats are invited to participate.  They will line up just out-side the southern entrance to the upper section of Sebasco Harbor at 4:30 p.m. (by Can Buoy #1). At 5:00 p.m. they will transit through the Harbor past Anna’s Waters Edge Restaurant, by Ridley’s Landing Dock where they will be blessed by our local Pastors, and then end at Nun Buoy #4 at the northern end.

Boat decorating is encouraged and boats will monitor VHF- Channel 68.  The on water organizer will be Proctor Wells aboard the "F/V Kahuna."  

Municipal Information
200th Anniversary Celebration
Municipal Departments
Municipal Meetings and Events
Ordinances  Forms & Pubs
Recreation Commission Events (6/14-8/14)

Morningside Cemetery Info
2012 Town Report


Minutes and Agendas
Board of Appeals Minutes/Findings
Conservation Commission Minutes
Historic Preservation Minutes
Planning Board Agenda & Minutes
Selectmen's Agendas and Minutes

Town Landings Minutes

Community Information
2-1-1 Community Services
Historic and Business Brochure
Local Businesses
McLanathan Fund Information & Application
PACE Program Loan Info
Property Tax Relief Programs

Single Stream Recycling

Town Clerk Information
Marriage Licenses and Vital
Statistics Records (Marriage,
Births, and Deaths)

Community Television Forms
Advertising for Bulletin Board
Program Release Form

Real Estate Information
Commitment Books (FY 2014)
FEMA Flood Maps
Orthoimagery (2013 - 6 inch)
Property Cards (April 1, 2013)
Street Add to Map/Lot (FY 2014)
Tax Maps (April 1, 2013)
Other Tax Information

Shellfish Information
Flood Closures (Area 500)
Red Tide Closures (Area 100)
Bacterial Closures
Area 19-B, Area 19-C,
Area 20
Conservation Hour Events

Phippsburg American Legion
Memorial Post 216

State of Maine Sites
Other State On-Line Services Link


Vehicle & Licensing

Enroll for Reg. Reminders

Maine Outdoors/Sporting Services OnlineRegister your ATV, Snowmobile, or Boat.  Obtain a Hunting and Fishing License.  Enter the Deer and Moose Lottery.

Marine Resources Water Testing Revenue Services (Taxes)
Vital Statistics Voting Maine Forest Service Forest Ranger Patch  Burning Permits
  Public Criminal History Records  Sex Offender Registry Search

Passports (County)

Town E-mail Addresses

Town Administrator (Mike Young):
Tax Collector/Treasurer/Town Clerk (Lisa Wallace):
Chief of Police (John Skroski):
Code Enforcement Officer (Lee Rainey):
Assessing Agent (Juanita Wilson):
E-911 Addressing Officer (Linwood Stockwell):
Phippsburg Cable Television (Gary Morong):
All Other Departments and Officials:

Town Hours

Town Administrator and Tax Collector/Treasurer/Town Clerk - 389-2653
Monday through Friday - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Assessing Agent - 389-2653
Tuesday and Wednesday - 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or by appointment

Code Enforcement Officer - 389-2653
Monday through Friday - 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Transfer Station - 389-1402

September 15th to April 30th - Wed & Sat 8-4
May 1st to June 14th - Mon 10-6, Wed & Sat 8-4
June 15th to September 14th - Mon 10-6, Wed & Fri & Sat 8-4

Selectmen's Meetings
Every Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm

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