The Town of Madawaska understands the concerns around the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are developing preventive measures to protect our community and employees.
To view Board Meetings please view http://www.stjohnvalley.live/
We will be providing updates regarding Board of Selectmen actions as well as updated links from the Maine CDC regarding COVID-19.
We recommend that residents visit these online services to re-register Vehicles, Boats, ATV/Snowmobile Registrations, and Hunting and Fishing Licenses.
IFW ATV and Snowmobile Registration
Hunting and Fishing Licenses
If you would like to use our drop box service, please print and return to the office or scan/email.
Tax / Sewer Payments
New / Re-New Dog License
Re-New Snowmobiles / Hunting / Fishing
New Car Registrations
Re-Register Car Registrations
Visit our Corner of America
Welcome to the beautiful "Heart of the St. John Valley." The Greater Madawaska area is well known for its friendly people and great hospitality. Serving as the center of Acadian culture in Maine, we have a lot to offer our guests. Visit our neighbor across the border, Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada.
Visit the historic site along the breathtaking St. John River where our ancestors first stepped foot in northern Maine. The spot is marked with a huge cross, erected at the location where Acadians landed after fleeing from their Nova Scotia homeland in 1785 to avoid being deported by the British. Experience the history and proud heritage of the people immortalized in the famous Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem " Evangeline" when you tour the Tante Blanche Museum, or attend any of the spectacular Acadian Festivals in late June. Madawaska is home to many cultural and historical significant sites, all of which tell the story of the French-Acadian settlers. Come witness it for yourself.
GSA's LPOE Project - Madawaska Port of Entry