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.

Office Hours:

The office will be open Monday 8-4:30 and Wednesday 1-7pm starting July 17, 2017 for limited services.

Until the office is re-established with the State for Motor Vehicle, Boat, Snowmobile & ATV, please go to :

Weston Town Office

5 Church Lane in Weston.

Contact number is 448-2316

Transfer Station Hours:

Sat 8 - 4

Wed 8-12


Mary Foley

Dale Foley

Henry Hartley- Chairperson

Town Clerk:

Deborah Theriault


Deborah Theriault

Tax Collector :

Deborah Theriault

Planning Board:

Richard Knight

Donna Foley

David Blade

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.