Welcome to Stow Maine
The Heart of the Cold River Valley
Please be cautions many roads are undermined due rainstorm
710 Stow Road
Stow, Me 04037
Fax: (207) 697-2136
Selectman Jim Wilfong
Selectman Ray Ryan
Selectman Carl Lindblade
In an effort to identify each home site for Broadband, please go to:
Then click on : Connect the Dots. If you are there, no action requested. If not , send an email to:
Select Board Member Carl Lindblade
Town Office Hours:
Mondays 1:00 - 6:00
Tuesdays 2:00 - 6:00
Town Books are available
Pending Storms :
Please call the office before coming to be sure it is open if there is a pending storm. Thank you!
Selectmen Meetings :
2nd and 4th Tuesday of the Month 6:00pm
Planning Board Meetings:
2nd Monday of the month 6:00pm.
Please be patient there is a shortage of gravel due to the washout repairs and contractors have been diverted to work on these emergency road projects. We will begin work on the roads as soon as possible.
If there is a downed tree or obstruction in a town road, please call 911. If there is a non emergency issue please call Selectman Ray Ryan 207-329-8205 Jim Wilfong 207-716-4666 or Carl Lindblade 603-731-0650.
For the state road (route 113), please call Maine DOT in Fryeburg:
Application for Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens is now available.
Tax Rate: 0.013950
Tax Due Dates: 12/01/2022
Taxes Committed: 10/13/2022
710 Stow Rd. Stow, Maine 04037
Town Clerk, Tax Collector, Excise Tax Collector: Christine Carone Deputy Clerk Kathleen Panno Treasurer: Nancy Boros Animal Control Officer: Cindy Eaton 207-890-5313
Read about the Eastern Slope Regional Broadband Coalition's work to bring high speed internet to town.
See more at the Broadband tab above. Take the speed test and survey here:
The Town of Stow,incorporated in 1833, is one of Maine's 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.