Welcome to Poland, Maine
Home to iconic Poland Spring Resort and Poland Spring Water, the town of Poland which is surrounded by five lakes has been a destination for those seeking clean air and water for over 200 years. Boating, fishing, hiking, golfing, recreational mining, camping, antique shops, state park, farms and farm stands, museum tours and much more are offered in this wonderful community.
Being ten miles from the Maine Turnpike, Poland is also a central location for those wishing to visit the urban centers of Lewiston-Auburn or to the forested foothills of the western Maine Mountains.
Just west of Auburn, Poland can be accessed through Maine Routes 11, 26, and 122. The town of Poland covers an area of 49.7 sq. miles and has a population of approximately 6000 year round residents with a school system that covers grades k-12. To learn more about Poland's history, visit the Poland Historical Society page.
Results of 8/23/17 Special Town Meeting:
With 176 Attendees and 12 Visitors
Articles 2 and 3 passed overwhelmingly - no count was needed.
WE ARE CURRENTLY IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FOLLOWING COMMITTEES AND BOARDS:
Board of Appeals - 1 Vacancy and 2 Alternate Vacancies
Conservation Committee - 2 Vacancies
Community & Economic Development Committee - 1 Vacancies and 2 Alternate Vacancies
Planning Board - 1 Vacancy and 2 Alternate Vacancies
Scholarship Committee - 1 Vacancy
2016 Town Report