Paris, Maine is the heart of the western foothills region. The Town is nestled between the mountains and the Sebago lake area. Paris’ population per the 2012 census is 5,187. Our redesigned website provides fast and easy access to the Town of Paris’ municipal services, programs and events – with helpful answers to typical questions, detailed documents and downloadable forms, and plenty more. Whether you live here, do business here, or just want to find out more about Paris, we welcome you!
Paris Town Office Open Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (open till 7 p.m. on the 4th Mondays) 33 Market Square, South Paris, Maine 04281
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From Paris Town Manager Vic Hodgkins: “As you see from the picture of your Highway Department personnel, providing safe roads for all Paris residents requires a team effort. We have a great team made up of men that are ready, willing and able to work long and hard to combat old man winter. You, the Paris Town taxpayer and resident, are a very important part to a successful snow and ice control campaign. Your understanding and cooperation are an integral part of our plan. Again, I would like to stress this is a team effort and I would like to thank all of the Highway Department employees, the Paris Select Board, the Police Department, the Fire Department, and all of the residents of the community for working together to provide a safe and healthy environment in the Town of Paris.”
If you are a South Paris resident, and your home does not have a working smoke detector, or if the one that you do have is more than ten years old, the Paris Fire and Rescue Department may be able to help! Check out our website parismaine.org to find an application for the Paris Fire and Rescue Smoke Alarm Program. FMI contact the Paris Fire and Rescue Department at (207) 743-6832 and ask for Mark or Zac.
The Paris Police Department offers their property on Church Street as a “Safe Trading Zone” for sellers and buyers on websites such as Craigslist or eBay, or Oxford Hills Swap and Sell on Facebook. The parking lot and front reception area may be used for private exchanges of goods for money, in an effort to help prevent crime. The parking lot is kept under watch and the entrance lobby has video surveillance. The parking lot can be used at any time, but the front lobby is only open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. No appointment is necessary, but people wishing to use the lobby might want to check with the front office ahead of time to ensure the reception area will be unlocked when it will be needed. The telephone number is 207-743-7448.
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