New Developments in Waterville!

January 18, 2016: Waterville council to consider selling part of downtown parking lot to Colby College for dormitory The building would be built on a three-quarter-acre lot on The Concourse that now is the site of the outdoor farmers market from April to November. Read more… January 17, 2016:  Waterville puts out request for river… Read more »

Downtown Traffic Study

Safety First In addition to successful businesses, a vibrant downtown has spacious sidewalks, sufficient parking, and smooth traffic. The City of Waterville, the Maine Department of Transportation, and Colby have agreed to jointly hire a traffic consultant to study how to ensure that these features exist in downtown Waterville. The Waterville City Council voted Jan…. Read more »

Winter Parking Ban In Effect

REMINDER: An overnight parking ban in the City of Waterville is effective from December 1st until April 30th each year. Do not park in the street, on shoulders or on sidewalks during storms or during snow removal operations. Additionally, special “No Parking” restrictions apply in the Concourse for snow removal in that complex and notification… Read more »

Proposed Riverwalk at Head of Falls

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 »

Waterville’s SCALE Designation

  Waterville is the only SCALE community in Maine! Waterville was chosen among 200 applicants to participate as one of 20 Pacesetter communities in the USA. Waterville is in the first wave of a bold plan to reach 1000 communities and to improve 100 million lives by 2020. The national spotlight is on Waterville and… Read more »

Repair to City Hall Front Steps

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The front steps at City Hall, facing Castonguay Square, are expected to be closed for repairs starting Friday, January 22nd.* It is anticipated that they will be under repair for a one (1) to two (2) week time period. The side entrances and back (elevator) entrance will still be open.   *Note: Originally this had been… Read more »