The Town of Greenville, Maine strives to promote and improve quality of life, enhancing a sense of community, and preserving the integrity of our small-town identity and heritage. We are committed to fostering respect, decorum, and hospitality. Town government supports initiatives that create a welcoming and affordable environment for residents, businesses and visitors alike. We strive to provide excellence through a responsible and accessible Town government. We encourage public participation and collaboration from our citizens and businesses. Greenville welcomes all to join in our renaissance.

Who We Are
The Greenville Town Office provides an host of services for the citizen of Greenville, and also for the Unorganized Territories of Harfords Point, Big Moose Twp., Little Moose Twp., Frenchtown, Lily Bay, Chesuncook, T8 R11, Bowdoin College Grant East & West, North East Carry, T6 R11, T1 R12, T7 R12, T7 R14 WELS, T4 R10 WELS, and Island No 25.

The tax year, aka fiscal year for the Town of Greenville is July 1óJune 30. Tax bills are typically mailed out in September and you have one month from the date on the bill to receive a 1% discount if paid in full. The mil rate for the fiscal year of 2017/2018 has been set at 16.9%. Bills are due to be paid by January 5, 2018 before interest starts. We do encourage property owners to pay on their bills throughout the year at any amount that is convenient to them. If you have questions about your property taxes please call Town Office at 207-695-2421.

The annual Town Meeting is held the first Monday in June at 6:00pm at the Louis Oaks Auditorium (School Auditorium). At the annual Town Meeting the budget for the Town of Greenville and the Greenville School System are voted on.

There are two different elections held annually. The Municipal Election is held annually the 2nd Tuesday in June. At this election you may cast your ballot for town officials, school committee members, sanitary district and any town or state referendums this is also when the state primary elections are held. The General Election is the state/federal general election which is held on the Tuesday following the first Monday of November. Polls open at 8am and close at 8pm and are held at the Municipal Meeting Hall.