Town of Orient

2016 Dog Registrations
All dog registrations expire on December 31,2015. 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

We are working on fundraising to put a granite veteran's memorial up in place of the wood one that is in poor repair. There are letters going out to each tax payer asking for a donation. Any donations can be brought or mailed to the town office at 82 School House Rd Orient, ME 04471.

We are also asking that if you know anyone that meets the criteria to be on the honor roll that you let us know. The individual must have entered the service from the Town of Orient. They must have been honorably discharged from the service. A DD214 will be required showing these two items.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.

Office Hours:

     Wed 8:00 - 4.00

     Thur 8:00 - 4:00

     Fri 8:00 - 4:00

Transfer Station Hours:

     Sat    8 - 4

     Wed  8-12


     Victor Alexander - Chairperson

     Dale Foley 

     Henry Hartley

Town Clerk:

     Melony Lowery


     Melony Lowery

Tax Collector:

     Melony Lowery


     Delta 8 Pre Roll

School Board:

     Barbara Sharpe

     Donna Foley

     Barbara London

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.


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