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Town of Orland
Orland, Maine 04472

25 School House Road
P.O. Box 67
Orland, Maine 04472

Phone: 207-469-3186
Fax: 207-469-3187


 The Town of Orland was incorporated in 1800, formerly known as
"Plantation #2" on the east side of the Penobscot River.
As of the year 2010, the population was 2,225 people.


Download the Orland Town Report, 2019-2020
(1.54 MB, PDF)


The Town of Orland now offers Rapid Renewal online vehicle registration! Orland residents may click on the car icon below to complete online vehicle registration.


The Town of Orland now offers Online Boat Registrations! Click on the boat icon below to complete online boat registration.



*All 2020 Tax Acquired Foreclosure Properties have been redeemed by owners as of 1/15/2021*

*REDEEMED BY OWNER 1/13/2021* 1. Map 2 Lot 18 - Front Ridge Road - Minimum Bid $2,750

*REDEEMED BY OWNER 1/12/2021* 2. Map 14 Lot 15-C - 1334 Bald Mountain Road - Min Bid $2,150

*REDEEMED BY OWNER 1/8/2021* 3. Map 7 Lot 44 - 169 Hatchery Road - Minimum Bid $1,950

*REDEEMED BY OWNER 1/15/2021* 4. Map 36 Lot 28 - 23 Gully Brook Lane - Minimum Bid $1,050

*Important Notice* The Town email townclerk@orlandme.org was hacked, and is sending out emails with various attachments from that account. The hack was limited to this single email account. The email was temporarily shut down, passwords changed, and system scanned to determine it is a limited hack. Please do not open any attachments that look suspicious, or that you did not request. I apologize for any inconvenience.                 



This Summer Mainer's voted for Better Internen- Now it is Time to TAKE The MAINE SPEED TEST:  https://www.mainebroadbandcoalition.org/  Instructions on speed testing and the interactive map of results https://www.mainebroadbandcoalition.org/speed-test-info  Maine Broadband Coalition is launching a statewide crowdsourcing data collection effort to help demonstrate where there is internet service, who provides it and how fast it is. The Coalition is crowdsourcing and visualizing the speed testing information to provide users and state officials with up-to-date service maps. The Get Up To Speed Initiative will generate the most granular data set and map of the presence and quality of internet in Maine ever.