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 »

Veteran’s Day Parade

October 13, 2017

The annual Veteran’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2017, starting at 11am. Parade Route: Assemble at American Legion Post on College Avenue Proceed down College Avenue to Main Street Turn left at Common Street Turn left on Front Street to the American Legion parking lot This event is coordinated annually by… Read more »

Mayor’s Race Debate

October 10, 2017

  The Morning Sentinel will hold a Waterville Mayor’s Race Debate on Tuesday, Oct. 24, from 6-7 p.m. at Thomas College’s Ayotte Auditorium. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature candidates Nick Isgro, John Levesque and Erik Thomas and will be moderated by Jim Libby, professor of Business Administration at… Read more »

In-Person Absentee Voting Available

In-person Absentee Voting is now available at City Hall from 8am-5pm Monday-Friday, through Thursday, November 2nd. Extended Hours: Extended hours will be offered on Wednesday, November 1st from 5pm-7pm.  Directions: In-person Absentee Voting will take place in the I.T. Training Room on the Main Floor of City Hall and will be clearly marked with signage…. Read more »

RiverWalk Project Bidding Plans

October 4, 2017

City of Waterville RiverWalk at Head of Falls Project The City of Waterville (Owner) is requesting bid proposals for construction of improvements associated with RiverWalk at Head of Falls project. The scope of work includes drainage improvements, concrete walkways, concrete pavers, concrete cap for existing retaining wall, wood pedestrian-bridge, utilities, lighting, furnishings, plantings, bituminous sidewalk…. Read more »

Now Hiring – Apply Today!

September 20, 2017

The City of Waterville is currently hiring for three (3) positions: Firefighter/Driver – Application Deadline: September 29 Heavy Equipment Mechanic – Application Deadline: September 29 Part-time Airport Position  – Application Deadline: October 6 For more information, including how to apply for each of these positions, please visit the City’s Human Resources pages.

Portion of Concourse Closure

September 8, 2017

The Concourse north entrance, MUST be closed to avoid overhead loads during the next stage of construction on the retail/residential center being built in the Concourse.  This closure requires that the small parking lot closest to the Waterville Public Library be closed. The one lane “entrance”  to this area cannot operate as entrance and exit… Read more »

Candidates for November Election

August 9, 2017

Candidates for November 7, 2017, Referendum and Municipal Election as of August 9, 2017* are as follows: Independent Candidates: (Contingent upon receipt of required signatures/paperwork) Name Position Sought Ward or City-wide Term Length John Levesque Mayor City-wide 3 Years Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick School Board Ward 5 3 Years Dan Chasse City Councilor Ward 6 3… 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 »

Freedom of Access and Public Meetings

June 29, 2017

Regarding the question of Freedom of Access and public meetings, the following is a statement from City Attorney William Lee: “There was a long article in the Sentinel recently where some people were raising conflict of interest questions and whether the Freedom of Access law had been violated because three councilors had been in attendance… Read more »