Welcome to Somerville, Maine 

We are a quiet rural town with a tradition of community.

Many of us are from families who settled here in the 1800s; the rest of us moved here because we value the peace and privacy of small town life.

We are located about half an hour inland from the midcoast, close enough to access its many diversions, but far enough to escape the bustle. 

We wouldn't have it any other way!

Although we don't have the dramatic scenery of the coast or the mountains, we enjoy the more personal beauty of our backyards. We have a few ponds, a few hills, lots of forest, and miles of dirt roads -which keeps us from going too fast and missing the beauty around us! 

Most of us like it this way (it sure keeps life interesting in mud season!) Going forward, we are working on rebuilding our dirt roads and updating our comprehensive plan, so we can keep it this way for generations to come. 

We may not have a general store or a post office, but we do have a friendly town office.  
Stop in and visit!

  • Town Office News and Announcements

  • SVFD in the Dunk Tank!!! Don't miss this chance to dunk your local firefighter! The Somerville Volunteer Fire Department will be in the dunk tank at the Windsor Fair on Sunday, August 28th, Thursday ...
    Posted Aug 22, 2016, 9:40 AM by Kelly Roopchand
  • Bottle Drive Aug 27, SVFD The Somerville Volunteer Fire Department will hold a bottle drive on August 27, starting at 9 am. Members of the department will be visiting homes to collect bottles throughout the ...
    Posted Aug 3, 2016, 10:43 AM by Kelly Roopchand
  • Price Increase for TCSW bags August 15 Effective August 15, the price of bags for use at the Tri-County Transfer Station will increase from $1.50 to $2.00 
    Posted Aug 1, 2016, 9:21 AM by Kelly Roopchand
  • Health Alert: Browntail Moth Residents should be on the lookout for Browntail Moth caterpillars, as their hairs are poisonous and can cause severe health issues, including a rash and respiratory problems. Webs have been ...
    Posted May 9, 2016, 11:51 AM by Kelly Roopchand
  • Animal Control Contacts Beginning March 1, the Town has contracted with Lincoln County to provide animal control services to our residents. Please call Lincoln County Communications at 882-7332 or 549-7072 if ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2016, 12:57 PM by Kelly Roopchand
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