Town Offices

207-562-8151 Fax # 207-562-4311
Open Monday-Friday from 8-4


  1. Town Office Closed

    November 22 - November 23
  2. Selectmen’s Meeting

    November 26 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Christmas Tree Wanted

From the desk of: Dustin Starbuck, Dixfield Town Manager


A generous individual or company to donate a spectacular fir tree to replace the town’s current Christmas tree located next to Bullrock. We want to replace the current tree with one that is more appropriately shaped and easier to maintain. If you wish to donate, please contact the Town Manager.  Individuals wishing the current tree, please contact the Town Manager (townmgr@dixfield.org) as we can transport to your property if desired.

TOWN OF DIXFIELD Notice of Tax Sale

The Board of Selectmen of the Town of Dixfield is now accepting bids for the purchase of the municipality’s interest in ten (10) tax-acquired properties. Click the links below to get more information.


Tax acquired

Water/Sewer on line


The Town of Dixfield is pleased to offer our residents the option to pay water and sewer bills online. Please note, we use a third-party payment processor, Maine Payport, that will charge a 2.5% service charge on the transaction.   The additional fee does not go to the Town.    This is the same service provider that is used a when payments are made in person at the Town Office.  
We hope that you find this online payment option convenient



The credit card swipe is now operational at the Town Office for your convenience.

Please use drop down menu “Dixfield Water and Sewer payments”

High-Speed Internet

Help bring

high-speed fiber internet to

GWI (Great Works Internet) is currently working to introduce very fast, high-speed fiber internet to Dixfield. Faster than anything currently available in Maine, offering uploads and downloads in excess of 100MBS up to 900MBS. GWI is a 100% Maine- owned internet company founded in 1994 and believes that modern, high speed internet access is vital to the future of our communities, a critical point of connection to economic opportunity and the world at large, and a right of every Maine resident.

However, they need Dixfield’s help by taking an internet survey or answering a phone survey in the next couple of weeks.

If you wish to take the survey via the internet instead of by phone, click the following link:    www.givemefiber.com

GWI’s investment in the infrastructure to support the introduction of this service to Dixfield will be made using GWI’s funds and a loan from the federal government, which GWI will have to pay back. In order to apply for the loan, GWI needs to ask Dixfield residents a few brief questions about internet access. Your completion of the survey is a necessary first step to being able to bring very fast, high-speed fiber internet to Dixfield.

There is no expense to Dixfield to conduct this survey—all costs are borne by GWI.


Notice from Maine Municipal Association

The Town of Dixfield has received a dividend check from the Maine Municipal Association as a result of it’s good loss experience and loss prevention program.  To view the press release click on the link below. 


Turbine Wind Project Estimated Tax Impacts

The following are Estimated Tax Impacts if an Eight (8) Turbine Wind Project were to be built in the Town of Dixfield.  The information was provided to the Town of Dixfield by the Maine Revenue Services. There has been no official confirmation of how many turbines, if any, will be erected in the Town of Dixfield.

 Scenario 1 : 100% of new value taxed

Wind Project Est Tax Implications Maine Revenue Services 9 7 17 001 VERSION 1

Scenario 2: Plaining the Tax Rate

Wind Project Est Tax Implications Maine Revenue Services 9 7 17 002 VERSION 2

Scenario 3: 50% TIF

Wind Project Est Tax Implications Maine Revenue Services 9 7 17 003 VERSION 3

Scenario 4: 100% TIF

Wind Project Est Tax Implications Maine Revenue Services 9 7 17 004 VERSION 4

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