The community recently completed a comprehensive downtown revitalization plan for the City of Old Town with assistance from consultant Wright-Pierce.Read more.
Mayor David Mahan and Economic Development Director Ron Harriman (not pictured) proudly presented a “Paddle to the City” to Shelter Board President Lori Smart in February. The Animal Orphanage is located on the Airport Road and is dedicated to the care of stray animals in the greater Old Town-Orono area. All animals are neutered/spayed before adoption. In business for 27 years, the animal orphanage is a non-profit organization and operates with a volunteer shelter manager, two paid employees, and many volunteers. The goal is to place healthy, loving pets in caring homes. The Animal Orphanage is open to the public Monday through Friday from 1 to 4:30, and Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 to 1:30. They can be reached at 827-8777.
The Old Town City Council and the Old Town Development, LLC are working to create new business opportunities and jobs for the City and thank all business owners and employees for their commitment to Old Town.