News and Updates
02/20/2019: The Maine Community Foundation’s Richard Ferrier Scholarship offers financial assistance to Bowdoinham residents between the ages of 13 and 18 as of April 1, 2019, to pursue their artistic, academic, athletic and vocational or life’s passion outside of the traditional school environment. Eligible applicants must be residents of Bowdoinham who clearly demonstrate a need for financial assistance.
02/05/2019: After many months of planning and work, the Town is pleased to launch its new website. There are some new features that you may enjoy, including a link to reserve a meeting room at the Coombs Municipal Building or to rent the Town Hall and Gazebo at the Mailly Waterfront Park and a "Weekly Digest" of new announcements and events that you can sign up to receive by email. Every part of the website is new and revised in hopes that you will fin the information you are looking for easier and faster.
02/05/2019: The Town of Bowdoinham is accepting bids for one parcel of tax acquired property located at 1173 Post Road. For full bid package please see the document attached.
01/10/2019: State Law requires all dogs six months and older to be licensed by January 1st, however there is a grace period of January 31st before a late fee is incurred. Neutered/Spayed Dog - $6.00 Not Neutered Dog - $11.00
01/10/2019: We are once again recycling glass and all plastics numbered 1 through 7. If using curbside pick up, please seperate your items in accordance with the recycling guidelines. Remember not all plastics are recyclable, if it does not have a number it cannot be recycled.
05/09/2018: This summer canoe and kayak storage racks will be available at Mailly Waterfront Park for this summer's boating season. Space on the racks would be available in May and will end on November 1. Applications will be accepted by mail or in person on a first come, first served basis beginning now.