Welcome to Chelsea
“Gateway to the Capital”
Togus Stream runs along the Pittston/Randolph town line and runs east into Chelsea and Pittston. The Chelsea Conservation Commission has formed a small committee with an interest in the conservation of this Stream. They are looking for any interested persons from Randolph and Pittston to join them in their efforts.
The Stream is home to alewives, trout, and Atlantic salmon. Bald Eagles and Osprey are frequent visitors to this resource. It also can be a challenging white water canoe run at very high water in the spring. It also has a number of large freshwater wetlands which are prime waterfowl habitat.
If you are interested in helping to conserve the resources of Togus stream, please contact Alec Giffen in Chelsea at 207/215-1947 or email@example.com
Chelsea has numerous vacancies on various Boards and Committees including the following:
Board of Appeals, Board of Assessment Review, Road Advisory Committee and Cemetery Maintenance Committee.
Interested residents should complete and return the volunteer form ASAP.
The Town Report is available electronically
The Town Audit is available electronically
The CDC has requested that residents of Chelsea be notified of a confirmed cases of rabies in a racoon in the area of the Nelson Road and a suspected rabid fox in the area of the Windsor Road. Residents in all areas of Chelsea should also be aware of the presence of rabies. If you suspect a wild animal to be acting strangely or may be infected with rabies please contact the Maine Warden Service @ 1-800-452-4664.
Chelsea is Live Streaming its meetings
Selectboard meetings can be viewed live. Meetings are also archived for watching later.
The meetings can viewed by clicking here.
The Selectboard has approved a Public Salt/Sand Shed Use Policy
Residents wishing to get sand must sign the attached release form and return it to the Town Office before sand can be obtained
Did you know Chelsea Recycles?
Recycling bins are available at the Town Office
Do you have a property assessment question?
Shirley Bartlett, Chelsea’s Assessors Agent, will be available to meet with residents to discuss Real and Personal Property Tax issues. Hours for the public will be 9:00AM to 3:30PM on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Residents are encouraged to call first to schedule an appointment to avoid waiting.
Office hours are scheduled for the following days and other days by prior arrangement:
2019 Assessor Office Hours – 9AM to 3:30PM – Subject to change
The assessor will be in Chelsea on the following dates :
|September 26||October 10||October 24|
|November 14||November 28||December 12||December 26|