Picturesque Limerick is located in the foothills of the White Mountains at the western edge of the Sebago Lakes Region. It is accessible from the east by Route 11. Limerick’s history is rich in folklore, dating back more than four centuries. The town’s historical society hosts events throughout the year to keep the connection to it’s past alive for children and adults. Bygone days are also the attraction at 19th Century Willowbrook Village, 4 miles from town.
With eyes on the future, Limerick’s Main Street has been revitalized by several unique retail establishments. Don’t miss the chance to visit this charming village on the hill where past and present converge.
More information on the town of Limerick can be found at: www.limerickmaine.com
Square Miles – 27Population – 3,000
Type of Government – Select Board/Town Meeting
Electricity – Central Maine Power
2007 Tax Rate – $10.40/per Thousand
Town Recreation Areas – Scout Island Beach, Tibbetts Park, Baseball Field
Major Annual Community Events – Octoberfest, Sokokis Lake Ski Club’s Ski Show
Town Hall – 207-793-2166
Deputy Town Clerk, Selectman’s Assistant – Katherine Carroll, Joanne Andrews
Things not to miss – Main Street Shops, Sokokis Lake, Hiking
Address – 55 Washington Street (Rt.11), Limerick, ME 04048