Office Hours:

    Office is currently closed for business.

For Motor Vehicle, Boat, Snowmobile & ATV please go to :

Weston Town Office

 5 Church Lane in Weston.

Contact number is 448-2316


Requests for information can by made by

calling 448-2316 or emailing orient04471@yahoo.com




Transfer Station Hours:

     Sat    8 - 4

     Wed  8-12


Selectmen:

     Mary Foley

     Dale Foley 

     Henry Hartley- Chairperson


Town Clerk:

    Dwayne Young


Treasurer:

    Dwayne Young


Tax Collector:

    Dwayne Young

Planning Board:

     Richard Knight

     Donna Foley

     David Blade


School Board:

     Barbara Sharpe

     Donna Foley

     Barbara London











Welcome

Town of Orient

Contact us at:  207-448-7729

                                                                             Fax:   207-521-5202


2017 Dog Registrations
All dog registrations expire on December 31,2016. There will be a $25 late fee

if paid after Jan 31.

If you dog is spayed or neutered, the cost is $6.00 to register.

If the dog is not spayed or neutered, the cost is $11.00 to register.

Granite Memorial


The granite memorial with Orient veterans has been erected at the Town Office location. Thank you to all those that donated either funds, time or materials.

The Town of Orient is located on scenic U.S. Rt. 1 between Houlton and Danforth. There is a U.S. Customs Border Crossing offering access to New Brunswick, Canada.

Being home to East Grand Lake, North Lake, Deering Lake, and Longley Lake make Orient a sportsman's and vacation paradise. There is fishing, hunting, boating, ATV trails, and idyllic forests to hike. In winter, Orient is a destination for snow sledding and ice fishing. The wildlife habitats with deer, moose, raccoons, fox, bear, and other species as well as a large variety of birds and waterfowl satisfy the sportsman, shutterbug, and vacationer.

Orient is a rural community involved in farming, forestry, and landscaping. A small year round population grows during vacation, hunting, and fishing seasons to include those already enlightened to the natural beauty of the area.