City Hall is Accepting Donations For United Way Food Pantry

February 1, 2018

Pantry Project: Healthy Items to Donate Fruits and Vegetables: Canned vegetables (low-sodium, water-packed); Canned fruits in 100% juice or lite syrup; 100% fruit and vegetable juices; Dried fruits and vegetables (no added sugar/fat) Proteins: Canned meat/seafood (low-sodium, water-packed); Dried beans, peas, and lentils; Canned beans and peas (low-sodium) 100% Whole Grains: Whole-wheat pasta, barley, and… Read more »

Aging Well in Waterville Resource Guide 2018

December 8, 2017

State ME Waterville Age Friendly Resource Guide Above is a link to the 2018 Resource Guide for Waterville Seniors. Brought to you by the Aging Well in Waterville Initiative. Made possible by a generous grant and support from AARP. Featuring information specific to Waterville Seniors in regards to: Accessibility of Outdoor Spaces and Buildings Transportation… Read more »

2016-17 Annual Report Now Available

October 18, 2017

The City of Waterville’s Annual Report 2017 (for fiscal year 2016-17) is now available! The Annual Report provides an overview of the major achievements and significant projects completed during the past fiscal year, as well as detailed financial statements. There is a lot going on in any given year in Waterville. Take some time to check… Read more »

Online Streetlight Outage Reporting

August 2, 2017

Central Maine Power has just let us know that street light outages can now be reported quickly and easily online. Simply click on this link: http://www.cmpco.com/Outages/CMPstreetlightoutageform.html, Enter the required information (including pole number) Hit submit and print off the confirmation page for your records. It’s that easy! CMP crews will make the repairs as quickly… Read more »

Election Results – June 2017

June 13, 2017

  June 13, 2017, State Referendum Election – Ballot Question: “Do you favor a $50,000,000 bond issue to provide $45,000,000 in funds for investment in research, development and commercialization in the State to be used for infrastructure, equipment and technology upgrades that enable organizations to gain and hold market share, to increase revenues and to… Read more »

Concourse Parking Notice

April 21, 2017

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 »