Windham is the largest town in the Sebago Lake Region and represents the diversity and character expected of a community 10 miles west of Maine’s largest city. Four neighborhoods (South, North, East and Center) are all unique in that within the town limits one can find a quaint village, a bustling commercial center, rolling hills, and homes from yesteryear.
North Windham is a major population center with over 250 businesses and 1,500 homes within a three square mile area. The gateway to the Sebago Lakes and White Mountains boasts a combination of small business as well as national firms for local and seasonal customers.
Over the past five years the town has undertaken deliberate initiatives to encourage responsible growth management and economic development activity. The availability of raw land, proximity to Portland, and local work ethic are assets that have proven attractive to growing companies.
More information on the town of Windham can be found at: www.windhamweb.com
Square Miles – 59
Population – 14,904
Distance to Portland – 10 miles
Type of Government – Town Manager/Council
Electricity – Central Maine Power
Utilities – Public Water
Natural Gas – Maine Natural Gas
2013 Tax Rate – $14.25/per Thousand
Library – 207-892-1908
Town Hall – 207-892-1907
Town Manager – Anthony T. Plante
Address – 8 School Road, Windham, ME 04062
The Library will be resuming Saturday hours beginning Saturday August 1st.
New hours will be Monday, Wednesday 10-7, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10-6 and Saturday 10-4.
Events in Windham:
Summerfest – View Website