Aroostook County, Maine
Incorporated March 5, 1880
MUNICIPAL ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON JUNE 15, 2020 FROM 10AM-6PM. A DRIVE THROUGH VOTING WILL BE ESTABLISHED FOR THIS ELECTION DUE TO COVID 19. aBSENTEE bALLOTS ARE ENCOURAGED. pLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT TO BE MAILED TO YOU. bALLOT BOX WILL BE OPENED ON jUNE 18, 2020 after being sealed for 72 hours AND COUNTED BY ELECTION WORKERS.
TOWN MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2020, @ 6:00 PM outside THE TOWN GARAGE. ALL RESIDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. RESIDENTS WILL REMAIN OUT IN THE PARKING LOT OF THE TOWN OFFICE WHILE PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING. FEEL FREE TO BRING A LAWN CHAIR or folding chair. THE MODERATOR WILL BE USING A MICROPHONE SO THE PUBLIC WILL BE ABLE TO HEAR THE MEETING AND PARTICIPATE.
6/18/2020 BOS Meeting @ 5:00 pm (not open to the public due to covid 19)
AS OF MAY 19, 2020 BOARD OF SELECTMEN MEETING
THE TOWN OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED TO FOOT TRAFFIC, THE LENGTH OF TIME TO BE DETERMINED. THE STAFF WILL BE EXCEPTING PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS DURING THIS TIME. A NEW DROP OFF MAIL SLOT IS BEING INSTALLED NEAR THE FRONT DOOR FOR DROP OFF BUSINESS. we highly encourage this for all business. PLEASE CALL IF YOU NEED TO BE SEEN BY APPOINTMENT FOR AN ESSENTIAL TRANSACTIONS or leave a message and we will respond when we are in office.
BEGINNING ON JUNE 1, 2020--SET SCHEDULE WILL BE Monday 10AM-3pM & Friday 10AM-3pm. for essential transactions
WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
ATV REGISTRATION STICKERS ARE AVAILABLE FOR 2020.
**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 on 10/15/19. late fees start 1/31/20.
(Please see Announcements/Postings for local road closures due to summer construction)
It's time to register your dogs. Due by December 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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