Naples is one of the most picturesque small towns in Western Maine surrounded by Maine nature at its finest. Located in the center of southern Maine's Lake Region, Naples has a wealth of opportunities for recreation year-round. Visitors are drawn to the Naples Causeway on Long Lake & Brandy Pond where they find lots of fun activities by day, then spectacular sunsets and bustling nightlife at restaurants and pubs.
There is much to do in our unique Maine community and we invite you to visit and perhaps stay a while. Naples is a town that you will never forget!
We are currently looking for resident volunteers for the Budget Committee and Cupola Committee. Meetings will be held over the next few months. If you are interested, you can fill out an online form here, or contact Kate Matthews at (207) 693-6364 ext. 107
Address: Town of Naples 15 Village Green Lane PO Box 1757 Naples, ME 04055
Office Hours: Monday 8am - 1pm Tuesday - Friday 8am - 4pm The Clerk's Office is also open the
first and last Saturday of each month from 9am - 12pm
CENTRAL FIRE STATION
Emergencies: Dial 911
The Town of Naples now accepts all major credit cards for payments. Please note payments are made through a third-party payment processor, Maine PayPort, each payment made through this service will incur a Maine PayPort fee of 2.5% of the transaction total. There is a minimum fee of $1.00.
Winter sand is available for residential use at the Town of Naples sand pile located behind the Fire Station on Roosevelt Trail.
OBSTRUCTING PUBLIC WAYS
Pursuant to M.R.S.A., Title 17A, Section 505, “Obstructing Public Ways,” no person or persons shall plow, shovel or otherwise deposit snow into the limits of any traveled public way within the Town of Naples. Violators shall be subject to legal action.
From December 2017 to April 2018, between the hours of 11:00 pm and 6:00 am, there will be NO PARKING on public roads and parking lots within the Town of Naples. This restriction is necessary to facilitate snowplowing operations. Vehicles will be towed at owner’s expense.
Mailboxes are in the right of way by permission of municipality and if damaged, there is no legal entitlement to replacement or payment. If the mailbox is within the right-of-way, the municipality has a legitimate concern for the safety of drivers and for its own potential liability under the Highway Defect Act, since a mailbox that is a "deadly fixed object" may be a highway defect. If outside the right-of-way, however, the mailbox is on private property and is beyond the municipality's jurisdiction.