Welcome to the town of Stow Maine
The Town of Stow,incorporated in 1833, is one of Maines many small towns. It is located in the Western Maine foothills bordering New Hampshire and the White Mountain National Forest. The Town of Stow encompasses rural farm land, rolling country side terrain, and the beautiful wildlife habitats of the historic Cold River stream.
Read about Recycling at the Lovell Transfer Station on the News tab Fire permits can be obtained by calling SVFA Fire Chief John Plowden at 207-925-2072 or cell 207-890-7576 Burn permits also can be purchased online at www.maineburnpermit.com
News and Announcements
Work to fill holes on town roads is commencing as weather permits due to storms and slow ice melt. the gravel section on Union Hill Road was graded on March 31. Holes on South Chatham Road were filled April 3 and holes on the south end of Union Hill Road were filled on April 3 also. Spring is a tough time on our roads. Patching is being done as quickly as weather and the ever changing spring road conditions allow.
Town Office Hours
Mondays 2:00 - 7:00 Tuesdays 2:00 - 6:00 Wednesdays 8:00 - 11:00 Selectmen meet first and third Monday at 6:00PM