The revised Concourse layout (shown on the map below), was recommended to the City by the Downtown Parking Committee. ALL DAY parking spots have been relocated to south central areas of the Concourse. At this time, the number of ALL DAY spaces have not been reduced. 2-Hour spaces have been reserved around the perimeter of… Read more »
The Waterville City Council approved the new location for the Downtown Waterville Farmers Market at their April 18th meeting. The new location is Castonguay Square and Common Street. Opening day is Thursday, April 27th. Rain or shine, the Market will be open from 2 – 6 PM every Thursday through November 16th. NOTE: Due to… Read more »
Quarry Road Trails and the Central Maine Ski Club hosted high school ski racers on Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24 for a very successful state championship meet. About 250 skiers from Class C and Class A slogged around the two-lap course – a total of 5 kilometers – going off at 15-second intervals through rolling hills for… Read more »
The November/December edition of the City newsletter is now available! To view this issue, click here. See what’s happening here in the City of Waterville! If you’d like to receive future copies of the bi-monthly City newsletter right in your email inbox, sign up here. Currently, the City newsletter e-list is 358 subscribers strong! Don’t… Read more »
The City of Waterville’s FY 2015-16 Annual Report is now available! View the Report online here: Annual Report 2015-16. If you would like a printed copy, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 207-680-4211 or by email email@example.com.
On Monday, May 9, 2016, the City of Waterville held a public meeting regarding the Downtown Traffic Study. The City’s traffic consultant, Gorrill Palmer, presented the data collected to date regarding traffic volumes, parking spaces, etc. They also discussed expected increases for these items, as a result of growth in the downtown. The meeting was livestreamed online and… Read more »
A reminder for residents, business owners, and downtown visitors as parking regulations will be enforced: (Note: All day parking spaces in the Concourse, indicated with a star, will soon be repainted for better visibility.)
The Waterville Rotary Club will celebrate Its Centennial Anniversary with a Grant of $150,000 for the Kennebec Riverwalk at Head of Falls initiative! This innovative project, a collaboration between the City of Waterville and the Kennebec Messalonskee Trails organization, is designed to encourage greater public use of the waterfront area known as Head of Falls… Read more »