Welcome to Wilton, Maine
Our community of 4,116 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.
Wilton Property Assessment and Tax Information and Town Maps
The Wilton Property Assessment and Tax Information, and town maps are now available. Please visit http://jeodonnell.com/cama/wilton/ to view the report.
The Town of Wilton is currently requiring that recyclables are separated according to the chart. We should continue to improve in our recycling efforts in order to reduce our overall disposal costs and reduce our dependence on commercial disposal options. For more information, visit our recycling page or our flyer.
Wilton Recreation Department Update
At the most recent Parks and Recreation committee meeting, it was decided that the Wilton Recreation Department will not hold swim lessons this summer at Kineowatha Park, due to concerns over Covid 19. We are however, attempting to hold as many of our usual activities as we feel we can do safely. The Main Lodge at Kineowatha Park will open on July 1st, but we will be limiting the number of customers in the lodge to no more than 8 at a time. Tentative hours for the lodge to be open are 12-4 pm daily. These hours are subject to change depending how busy the park is.
The docks have been installed for the 2020 summer season. Canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals are available as of July 1, 2020 Calling ahead to make a reservation to use these items is recommended. Buildings will be made available for rent for the day for class reunions, family reunions, birthday parties etc. starting July 1st. Please call the Recreation Department at 645-4825 for all reservations.
Softball for girls ages 8-13 will start July 1st and run on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5-6:30 pm Baseball for boys ages 7-10 will start July 2nd and run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-6:30. It is STRONGLY SUGGESTED that players have their own bats and helmets to cut down on the chances of spreading any viruses. However, the Recreation Department will provide those items as needed. Cost for these programs is $25 and any paperwork needed can be filled out at the first practice. We will start with skills and drills for a couple nights and then move into “in house” scrimmages. Spectators will be expected to “social distance” while watching.
We will be offering summer camps for field hockey, soccer, basketball, and tennis. Dates have not been set for these as yet, so we will post on our Facebook page the info for the camps in the next week or so.
We are still hoping to hold concerts at Bass Park on Tuesdays in July and August. Again, we ask that the public use good “social distancing” while attending the concerts.
One very important piece of info for folks planning to use Kineowatha Park is that we will be charging non residents a fee to use the park. Day prices are $5 per person for those age 13 and older, $10 per car or $50 for a season pass. These prices will be in effect through Labor Day weekend. There will be no charge for Wilton residents. Wilton residents may pick up an in-town pass free of charge at the park as long as they can show proof of residency.
The Recreation Department will be following state CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting and we ask for your assistance and patience as we strive to offer a safe environment for our youngest residents. We look forward to another successful summer of outdoor recreation!
Consumer Confidence Report & Water Department Terms and Conditions
Annual Town Report
The annual Wilton Town report for 2019 is now available to read. Please contact the Wilton Town Office if you have questions.
Wilson Lake Retaining Wall Workshop
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Request for Bids
The Town of Wilton is now accepting proposals from interested parties to conduct a Preliminary Engineering Report and Environmental Review for the Town of Wilton Water Department’s Transmission Line Upgrade Project, to be followed by the Design and Construction of the Water Transmission Line Upgrade. This will be a multi year project and will be dependent upon funding. Proposals must be received by The Town of Wilton no later than 4:00 pm on Thursday, March 4, 2021. Interested parties should review the Water Transmission Project specifications and the transmission line via Google Earth.
For the bid specifications, please review the Request for Bids page. Thank you.
The Wilton Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on the NECEC Transmission Line Project. The Electrical Transmission Line Project will cross through Wilton in the southeast corner of the Town. The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM on Thursday, March 4, 2021 at the Wilton Town Office meeting room, 158 Weld Road, and by Zoom. Town Office meeting space is very limited. If you wouldlike a Zoom invitation, please call (207) 645-4961 or send an email to email@example.com.
Wilton Broadband Survey
The Town of Wilton Broadband Committee is seeking input from Wilton residents regarding their internet service. Answering the survey questions will guide the town in seeking supporting grants for upgrades to local internet services.