Aroostook County, Maine
Incorporated March 5, 1880
5/1/2021- ATV Stickers for the year 2021/2022 are now available!
Update: 04/29/21 Assessors will be on Maps 3 & 4 today. This includes parts of the Rabbit Ridge Road, Carson Road, Langley Road, Lufkin Road, Davis Road, Thibodeau Road and Washburn Road.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS:If you wish to formally request that they not go on your property, they can take estimated measurements from the road. Please call the office and let us know as soon as possible.
Assessors will begin with Map 1 and 2 on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. This includes parts of the Carson Road, Langley Road, Everett Road, and Tabor Road
Beginning the last week of April 2021, Maine Assessment & Appraisal Services, Inc will begin their full revaluation in Woodland. They will be re-assessing all land and buildings within the Town.
I highly encourage you to visit their website. ( There you will find a history of the company, a listing of previous revaluations, and also you will see photos of the staff. There is contact information listed on their website as well. Once you are on the website, you will have the option to click "Revaluation Projects" where Woodland will soon be listed.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call the Town Office.
May 6, 2021 6:00pm Planning Board Meeting
May 18, 2021 @ 5:30pm Regular Board of Selectmen's Meeting
Copies of the Annual Warrant and Annual Report are available at the Town Office.
NEW TOWN OFFICE HOURS FOR SERVICE AT THE WINDOW
MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:00 AM TO 3:00 PM
CALL AHEAD FOR ANY TRANSACTIONS THAT YOU WISH TO HAVE DONE, WE ARE HERE TO HELP
**In the event of a snow storm, the Town of Woodland has a policy that if the school is cancelled at the Woodland School, then the Town Office will be closed. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.**
DOG REGISTRATIONS ARE available. late fees start 1/31/21.
(Please see Announcements/Postings for local road closures due to summer construction)
It's time to register your dogs. Due by January 31st.
History of Woodland
The Town of Woodland, formerly known as Township No. 14 Range 3, was surveyed for settlement by Lore Alford of Old Town in 1859, and was divided into lots of 160 acres each. The townhip is bounded by New Sweden on the north, by Caribou on the east, Wasburn on the south, and Perham on the west. At the time when the first clearing was made in Woodland, both Perham and New Sweden were wilderness townships and had not been lotted for settlement. The low price at which the state offered these new lands to actual settlers attracted the attention of the men who wished to make homes for themselves and families, and they were not long in the market before the sturdy blows of the pioneer's axe were resounding through the forest and clearings were commenced in different portions of the town.
Woodland was incorporated as a town on March 5, 1880, the name being descriptive of a land abounding in wood. The naming of Woodland from No. 14 township was said to have been by Mrs. J.G. Thayer and her daughter, Percees, at a regular town meeting. The town was first surveyed on November 28, 1877, and at the time, found to include 34,102 square miles.
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