The Town Office is now open, however, we are still encouraging people to go online for as much as possible to do their transactions.

Hours will be as follows: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 9:00-4:30, Wed 12:00-7:30

Please call ahead to see what you need to bring, so that you have everything when you get here. If you see a long line you may want to come back at a later time.

Town Business

Job/Committee Openings:

Current application for all positions:

EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

 

Current openings: (updated 9/20/2021)

ACO

 Anical Control Ad 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elections & Voting Information

Screenshot 2021 10 15 104632 

State of Maine Parties:

Democratic Party

Green Independent Party

Republican Party

Unenrolled is State of Maine’s Independent

General (Presidential) and Potential State Referendum Election

President/Vice President:

Joseph R Biden – 1184
Roque De La Fuente – 5
Howard Hawkins – 17
Jo Jorgensen – 60
Donald J Trump – 1688
Blank – 27

United States Senator:

Susan M Collins – 1891
Sara I Gideon – 897
Max P Linn – 53
Lisa Savage – 113
Blank – 27

Rep to the Legislature – District 77:

Marion S Menair – 955
Michael D Perkins – 1904
Blank – 122

Judge of Probate:

Elizbeth H Mitchell – 1292
Kevin P Sullivan – 1566
Blank – 123

Sheriff:

L. Kenneth Mason III – 1783
Michael J Sayers – 1027
Blank – 171

County Commissioner – District 1:

Patsy A Crockett – 2174
Blank – 807

Rep to Congress – District 2:

Dale J Crafts – 1524
Jared F Golden – 1407
Blank – 50

State Senator – District 15:

Kalie A Hess – 987
Matthew G Pouliot – 1910
Blank – 84  

 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Select Board Election:

John Whitcomb  - 850 for
10 Other Write-Ins
84 Blank

Alan Tibbetts - 703 for

Shawn Brunelle - 130 for
93 Blank
18 Other Write-Ins

School Board:

John DeWitt - 39 for

James Isgro - 6 for
54 Other Write-Ins
93 Blank

RSU #18 Budget for FY 2021_2022: $4,758,885.43

RSU #18 Validation Referendum 2021: 47 YES, 23 NO (Town voting ONLY)

GENERAL REFERENDUM ELECTION 2021

Question #1: Citizen Initiative 

Question #2: Bond Issue

Question #3: Constitutional Amendment

Democratic Primary:

 

Congress(Dist 2):

 

State Senator(Dist 15):

 

Legislature(Dist 77):

 

Judge of Probate:

 

Sherriff:

 

County Commissioner(Dist 1):

 

US Senator:

Republican Primary:

US Senator:

State Senator(Dist 15):

Legislator (Dist 77):

Judge of Probate:

Congress (Dist 2):

Statewide Election Results - 
(Clicking the following link will bring you to Maine.gov, you will leave our website)http://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/results/index.html 

Town of Sidney 2022 Primary Election Results: 
 **Votes Cast in Sidney; Approximately % Participation**
 
Local Democratic Presidential Primary -
 
 
 
Local Republican Presidential Primary -
 
Local Special Referendum 
 
 

 

 

Bid Notices

2021 

  

 Mowing Bid 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The Town of Sidney reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and wave any or all formalities or to
accept the bid determined to be the most advantageous to the Town of Sidney. 
Only sealed written bids will be accepted.

Quick Reference and Online Services

Do you have business to do at the Town Office, but you can’t make it in during our regular hours??

Visit our list of online resources.

Town Office

2986 Middle Road
Sidney, Maine 04330

Phone:
(207) 547-3340
(207) 547-3159


Fax:
(207) 547-5054  


Other Offices and Hours

Our Schools