Our community of 3,835 residents welcomes you to the Town of Wilton, Maine. Ideally located in the western lakes and mountains region of Maine, Wilton is well-known as a great place to live, work, and play.

Residents and guests alike enjoy the extensive recreational opportunities including the picturesque 563 acre Wilson Lake adjacent to our historic downtown district. The spring-fed lake can be enjoyed from several access points including Kineowatha Park; a 62 acre public park with a public beach, volley ball courts, skateboard park, tennis courts, basketball courts, recreation hall, and outdoor ice skating rink in winter.

The Town of Wilton is a friendly place to establish a business and offers hundreds of jobs through several major corporations and numerous smaller businesses. With many historical buildings, quaint shops, restaurants and other businesses the residents of our town welcome you to rest, relax, and enjoy our outstanding quality of life.


The Maine Department of Transportation is conducting an on-demand public presentation to discuss the Bridge Replacement of Meadow Brook Bridge (#5937) over Meadow Brook, located 0.02 of a mile south of Munson Road.

Please view the on-demand presentation which will consist of information describing the proposed project at the following link: bit.ly/mainedot-meetings.

Comments and any other input will be accepted through the website from April 3, 2024, until April 22, 2024 or by contacting me at (207) 446-6419 or email: [email protected].

Franklin County Emergency Management Agency Information

We know that individuals are eager to submit their damages for potential funding however, we have no additional information to provide at this time. Document, photograph and keep track of these details and as we move forward if there is a Disaster Declaration more information will be available. To submit your damages please use the tools listed below:


New Burning Laws

Outdoor burning is no longer allowed during Red Flag Warnings – please take a moment to read over the new burning laws. Fire flier –... Read More