Due to the Presidential Election, there will be no Board of Selectmen's Meeting on Tuesday, November 8th.
The Town Hall will be closed on Friday, November 11th and Saturday, November 12th for Veteran's Day.
The Town Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th for Thanksgiving.
The Town Hall will be closed on Friday, December 23rd for Christmas.
The Transfer Station will be closed on Saturday, December 24th for Christmas.
Property Owners and Residents Take Notice -
A member of the Board of Selectmen will now have office hours at the Acton Town Hall the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Thursday of each month from 5:30pm - 6:30pm. The purpose of these office hours are so that a Selectman can be available to the public to hear any thoughts or concerns that they may have. Please note to avoid a quorum or public meeting, there will only be one selectman here at a time during this posted hour. With that said, it will be informational only and the Selectman will then take any thoughts and concerns back to their full Board at the next meeting, at which time, any decisions, if necessary, would be made. Lastly please note, this time is not intended for Department Heads, they should continue to reach out to their liaison or come to a meeting any Tuesday at 5pm. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Roux at 636-3131, ext. 401 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you- E. Walsh, B. Shields, E. Miller; Board of Selectmen.
Welcome to the Acton, Maine official website. Acton is a small town in Southern Maine situated along the New Hampshire border that offers many wonderful activities with it's miles of lakes and forests.
Acton is a town in York County, incorporated on March 6, 1830; it ceded land to Shapleigh in 1831. It was part of a much larger tract of land in purchased in 1661 by Francis Small from Chief Sunday of the Newichawannock Tribe.
Settled in 1776, the town's first mill, a grist mill, was built on the Salmon Falls River in 1779 by Joseph Parsons.
Prior to incorporation it was the western part of the plantation of Hubbardstown; in 1789 it became the eastern part of the town of Shapleigh. The town was named for Acton, England, now a part of greater London.
Silver was discovered in 1877, followed by a decade of mining and prospecting, after which the mines were abandoned.
Acton's western border is with New Hampshire and is defined by the Salmon Falls River. The town has substantial frontage on several lakes: Mousam, Wilson, Great East, and Square Pond.
The town lies northwest of Sanford on Route 109, which continues into New Hampshire.
School Dist/Dept: Acton School Department
Senate District: 2
House District: 20
Congressional District: 1
Area: 41.8 sq miles
Pop. Density: 57/sq mile
Longitude: W 70:54:57
Latitude: N 43:32:01