Welcome to the website for the Town of Litchfield, Maine. Litchfield is located 16 miles southwest of Augusta in southern Kennebec County. The current estimate of population (in 2010) is 3,624.
Early settlement of the town began before the Revolutionary War and occurred around the ponds, lakes, and streams. In 1793, the Town was organized as a political entity as Smithfield Plantation. In 1795, the Plantation successfully petitioned the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and became incorporated as the Town of Litchfield.
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Preliminary Public Meeting
to discuss the rehabilitation of the Wharf Bridge on the Litchfield/West Gardiner Line carrying Indiana and Dennis Hill Roads over Cobbossee Stream
Tuesday, September 23, 2014, 6 p.m., Litchfield Town Office
Click here to see more information: Wharf Bridge Rehab (Project No. 20479.00)
Route 126 Bridge Has Been Reopened
The bridge involved in the Route 126 construction project near the Gardiner Rest Area is now OPEN.
Final 2013 Comprehensive Plan
Click on the following link to view the final 2013 Comprehensive Plan, adopted at the 2013 town meeting: Final 2013 Comprehensive Plan
Litchfield Town Office
2400 Hallowell Road
Litchfield, Maine 04350
Telephone (207)268-4721 Fax (207)268-2196
Monday 8:30am – 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 6:00pm
Thursday 8:30am – 6:00pm
To apply to work for the Town of Litchfield, download the application here.
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