Getting to Know Naples

Naples is one of the most picturesque small towns in Western Maine surrounded by nature at its finest. Located in the center of southern Maine's Lakes 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 community, and we invite you to visit and perhaps stay a while. Naples is a town that you will never forget!

General Information
Incorporated March 4, 1834
Square Miles - 36.5
Population - 3,925
Distance to Portland - 30 miles – less than an hour’s drive
Form of Government - Town Manager-Select Board-Town Meeting
Electricity - Central Maine Power
FY2024 Tax Rate - $9.15 per thousand

Public Safety
Fire & Medical – Naples Fire Rescue – Combination volunteer – full time department
Police: State Police & Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office
Bridgton Hospital - twenty minutes north of Naples. Maine Medical Center - Portland.

Municipal Government
Elected five member Select Board 
Appointed Town Manager, Town Clerk
Contracted Assessor’s Agent

M.S.A.D. 61 – Lake Region School District – Grades K-12
Commuting distance to several colleges and universities

Public Library
Naples Public Library

Full service recreation department
Various community facilities including athletic fields located at 34 Casco Road
Municipal beach & boat launch located at 1 Kent’s Landing for taxpayer use
Sebago Lake State Park located within Naples
Four large lakes & ponds as well as several rivers for summer and winter recreation
Ski resorts within short distances of town
Numerous campgrounds, marinas, seasonal rentals, and other businesses that cater to our unique and abundant recreational activities.