Town of Whitneyville

Whitneyville Town Meeting: 

Town of Whitneyville, Maine

Whitneyville is a small town in the heart of eastern Maine. Rich in logging history and family. Now noted for it's Maine wild blueberries and home to one of the largest wreath making businesses in the northeast.

Welcome to  Whitneyville, ME


Contact Info.

42 South Main Street

Whitneyville, ME 04654




Vehicle Registrations

Paying Property taxes

Purchase Trash Bags


Select persons



School Board


Library Association

Cemetery Assoc.

Athletic Assoc.

Volunteer Opportunities

Local Activities 

Whitneyville Library

Machias River Preserve

& Money  Island Trail

Whitneyville Church

Hillgrove Community Center

Sunrise Trails

Life Long Learning Fitness Center @ UMM

Whitneyville is a small town with an average population of around 200 located in beautiful Washington County, Maine. We rely on and share expenses with our neighboring towns for Hospitlal, ambulance, education, fire suppression and  waste and recycling services. Most town services are handled locally with the exception of vehicle registration and excise tax collection which we share services with the Town of Jonesboro.

Our children are fortunate to have a little league field and basketball court in town and a new bus to  deliver them to Rose Gaffney Elementary School, Machias High School or Washington Academy. We are also just a few miles from the University of Maine Machias and the Life long learning center.

Once  a thriving logging community we have flexed with changing times and are now noted as having  some very delicious Maine Wild blueberries and we are home to one of the largest wreath making enterprises in the Northeast.

Our town is nestled on both sides of the Machias River which provides all with ample places to fish and enjoy recreational boating and canoeing/kayaking.  A few years ago we installed a boating access ramp. We are also very proud to have the Sunrise trails run through our town, these trails offer 80+ miles of groomed trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and ATVing and snowmobiling. When you are not fishing drop into the town library and settle down with a good book.

Hillgrove Community Center offers a rentable hall, when not in use for town meeting!