About Sedgwick

Acreage: 17,676

Sq. Mi.: Land 27.0 Water 4.1

Municipal Building: 719 North Sedgwick Road, P.O. Box 40, Sedgwick 04676; Mon. 1-5 p.m., Tues. 9:00 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Thurs. noon-7 p.m., Fri. 1 p.m.-5:00 p.m. 359-2275, fax 359-2342, sedgwickmaine.org, e-mail [email protected]

Town Government: Board of Selectmen (3)

Board Chr.: Benjamin Astbury

Selectmen’s Assistant: Barbara Grindle 359-2275

Town Clerk: Cynthia Reilly 326-9012

Treasurer: Cynthia Reilly 326-9012

Tax Collector: Elizabeth Gray 359-2275

Assessor: Board of Selectmen 359-2275

Registrar of Voters: Cynthia Reilly 326-9012

Emergency Preparedness Director: Royce Varnum 359-8918

Welfare Director: Board of Selectmen 359-2275

Road Commissioner: Paul Carter 359-4493

Code Enforcement: Duane Ford 610-9544

Building Inspector/Plumbing Inspector: Duane Ford 610-9544

Fire Chief: David Carter 359-8997

Animal Control Officer: Allan Van Reijsen 359-8728

Health Officer: Dennis DeSilvey 359-8495

Harbor Master: William Grant 359-2232

Supt. of Schools: Chris Elkington 348-9100

School Board (5): Chr. Susan Ford 359-2613; meets third Tues. each month

Planning Board (5): Chr. Michael Rossney 359-2486; meets second Tues. each month

Board of Appeals (5): Chr. Fred Marston 359-8958; meets as needed

House Dist. 133 — Rep. Ralph Chapman (I)

Senate Dist. 7 — Sen. Brian D. Langley (R)

County Commissioner Dist. 2 — Percy L. Brown Jr. (R)

Zoning: Subdivision, shoreland, site plan review; implemented 1995; last amended 2012

Comprehensive Plan: 1993

Last Townwide Valuation: 2013

Fiscal Year: July 1-June 30

Town Meeting: Sat. following first Fri. in March

Municipal Election: First Fri. in March

Fire Department: Volunteer 911

Ambulance: Peninsula Ambulance Corps 374-9955

Libraries: Sargentville Library 348-5234, Sedgwick Library 359-2177

School: Sedgwick Elementary School 359-5002; Peninsula Montessori 359-4614; Hearthstone Preschool 359-8406

Post Offices: Sedgwick 04676; Sargentville 04673, 359-2009

Trash Collection/Recycling: Blue Hill/ Surry Transfer Station 374-5458

Churches: Baptist 2, Quaker 1, non-denominational 1

Population: 1980: 795; 1990: 905; 2000: 1,102; 2010: 1,196

Year-round/Seasonal Residences: 1980: 325/115; 1990: 415/146; 2000: 505/166

2010 Population by Ages
0-4 50
5-19 213
20-44 314
45-64 390
65 up 229
TOTAL 1,196

Median Age 45.9

Registered and Unenrolled Voters
Democrat 379
Green Independent 48
Republican 259
Libertarian 3
Unenrolled 342
Total 1031

2017 Mill Rate: .01165