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Dixfield is the 147th Town in the State of Maine
Located in Western Maine, County of Oxford

  Enacted: 1795 Incorporated: June 21, 1803
  Population 2010:2500 Ht. Above Sea Level: 417'
  41.66 Sq. Miles 26,662 Acres
  Water Customers: 583 Sewer Customers: 566
  Tax Payers: 1193 Individuals  
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Celebrating 200 Years
  Bordered by: Webb River, Carthage, Jay, Canton, and Androscoggin River
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Recyling Infomation

Have questions about what items may be recyled at the Northern Oxford Regional Solid Waste and Recyling Center. Download this document for all the answers!

 

 
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Wind Energy Facility Ordinance

Residents will be voting on the Wind Energy Facility Ordinance for the Town of Dixfield on November 4th, 2014. The purpose of the Ordinance is to create a permitting and enforcement process that establishes standards for the construction and operation of Wind Energy Facilities in Dixfield, subject to conditions that will protect the public health, safety, welfare and fiscal responsibility. Fiscal responsibility means the impact of a Wind Energy Facility on the Town through taxes, property values and decommissioning costs. The ordinance draft proposal may be downloaded by clicking here.


Book Sale

Ludden Library has added a huge selection of Juvenile books for sale in our ongoing Book Sale that is located in our basement area. Along with the books for younger readers we have mysteries, romances, and a wide assortment of paper backs. The price of our books is whatever you can afford....What a great opportunity to add to your personal library at home and support your local library at the same time.


River Valley Animal Advocates Video

The River Valley Animal Advocates were asked to participate
in the first "Today River Valley Videos" which is now online.
It's a great video of the work being done by our local animal
advocates group and worth the visit to view it at:
http://www.todayrivervalley.com


Northern Oxford Regional Solid Waste Calendar

The 2013 Recycling Collection Calendar for the Northern Oxford Regional Solid Waste District has been finalized. The calendar is filled with information to help you sort your waste.
We encourage you to review the sorting information on the Calendar and to call the Regional Recycling Center if you require more information. To download the calendar, click here.


 

NEW WEB PAGE

*Selectmen Support Dixfield As a Farm-Friendly Community*

On August 27, 2012, the Board of Selectmen unanimously voted their approval of supporting Dixfield citizens who wish to farm their land and offer locally-grown produce to area citizens. In that spirit, this information is being provided to share the many useful resources available to support Dixfield residents with an interest in farming. Click here to view our new web page dedicated to this endeavor.


LIBRARY NOW LISTING NEW BOOK ARRIVALS ON "LIBRARY" PAGE
The Ludden Memorial Library's newest additions are now listed on the library's homepage. Check there for a listing of the newest books, DVD's, etc.


 

 

 

Dixfield's Annual Town Reports Now Available On-Line
 
The Dixfield Town Office is pleased to be able to bring you the Annual Town Reporst for the fiscal years 2010 and 2011. To view Town Reports, select links below.

View 2010 Town Report.

View 2011 Town Report.

View 2013 Town Report.


 

Wanted:  Pictures
 
The town is seeking pictures of the late Eugene L. and Hortense B. Torrey, benefactors who made possible the Town Office/Post Office building in Dixfield.  They were the son and daughter of Donald M. and Emma (Philbrick) Torrey of Weld.  Eugene L. Torrey was born in 1865, never married and died in Dixfield at the age of 61 on August 15, 1926.  He spent most of his life as a farmer.  Hortense B. Torrey, Eugene's sister, was born in 1866, also never married and died at the age of 75 on August 5, 1941.  She was a housekeeper.  The family plot is in Greenwood Cemetery, Dixfield.  If you have a picture or pictures of these two generous people, please contact the Dixfield Town Office at (207) 562-8151 or write PO Box 808, Dixfield, ME 04224-0808.  Your help will be very much appreciated.


Wanted:  Dixfield Town Reports
 
The Town of Dixfield and Ludden Memorial Library are seeking your help with completing their collection of Annual Town Reports.  The following reports are needed:
 
Ludden Memorial Library Needs:
 
6/30/2003
6/30/2004
 
Dixfield Town Office Needs:
1872 & Before
1876
1879
1884
2004
 
 
Sometimes people borrow the reports and do not return them.  So if you have any, please drop them off at the Dixfield Town Office (207-562-8151) or mail to Town of Dixfield, Town Report Collection, PO Box 808, Dixfield, ME 04224-0808.  Thank you!
 
 

Veterans Info

We have posted a list of veterans who are buried in Dixfield. The list contains the complete names of Dixfield Veterans from the Dunn, Eddy, Eustis, Holman, Science Hill and Severy Hill Cemeteries only; Greenwood and Riverside Cemeteries have not been completed.  Hopefully this will be accomplished by late fall.  If you should notice an error, discrepancy or omission, please contact the Dixfield Town Office at PO Box 808, Dixfield, ME 04224-0808 or email the Town Office Staff at charlottedeptreas@verizon.net.  We'll make every effort to correct the error or include someone we've missed.  Our goal is to compile the most accurate list of our Veterans as possible. To view list, click here. Dixfield Historical Society launches new web site.
Click here to visit.

 

    Come visit the town of Dixfield, Maine. Our growing community is a great place to live, work, relax, and play.
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Town of Dixfield
PO Box 808
46 Main Street
Dixfield, ME  04224-0808
(207) 562-8151

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