Welcome to Hermon!
A great town to live, work or play in the heart of Maine.
Whether you're looking for quiet country roads or a quality constructed home in a residential subdivision, Hermon has it all. Conveniently located just minutes to a major airport, shopping facilities and less than one hour to beautiful Acadia National Park or the pristine Moosehead Lake region, Hermon offers you a great place to call home.
Hermon Announcements & News
The Town of Hermon is currently accepting applications for the position of Economic and Community Development Director either as a salaried or contracted position. Hermon is a community of approximately 5,600 and is one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Maine which has realized significant residential and commercial growth during the last decade. Experience in the field of economic and community development or similar work is preferred. Applicant must have good communications skills, be organized and dedicated. Competitive salary and benefits are offered. Interested candidates must send a letter of interest and resume no later than Friday, May 9, 2014 to: Town Manager, Town of Hermon, P O Box 6300, Hermon Maine 04401.
The Town of Hermon is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Hermon Hawk's Football is one of 195 schools across the country chosen to participate in Dick's Sporting Good's SportsMatter campaign! This is a matching funds grant, with 100% of the proceeds going to Hermon Football to help keep our program running. For every $1.00 you donate, Dick's will match it, up to $4000.00. Please go to the following link and donate today!! Help keep Hermon Football in our community. https://sportsmatter.com/hermon-football
This fundraiser runs from now until May 23rd. If we don't have $4000.00 in donations, we will not get any matching funds, so it is super important that we get everyone's help. No donation is too small!! Thank you for supporting our Hermon Hawks Football Team. SPORTS MATTER !! Please contact Friends of Hermon Football chair, June Kontio for more information at 852-3311.
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Please join us for the 7th Annual Earth Day Community Clean up event, scheduled for Saturday April 26th from 8:30am – noon, meeting at the Sports Arena parking located at 1640 Outer Hammond Street in Hermon. Registration starts at 8:30am with a kick off at 9am. This is an opportunity to volunteer and make a difference in our community by cleaning up litter in our local neighborhoods, parks and roadways. Past events have been very successful with groups of over 60 people collecting over 100 bags in Hermon alone! With more people, we can extend out to other parts of town. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Gloves, bags, safety vests, coffee, donuts and water will be provided. Free t-shirts will also be provided to volunteers from the Bangor Area Storm Water Group. The event is rain or shine, so please dress accordingly. As always, trucks and trailers are needed to help assist with the pick up and transport of large items and trash bags to the town’s dumpster after the event. Sponsorships and donations are always welcomed to assist with the funding of gloves, bags, safety vests, water, t-shirts, snacks, advertising and other promotional materials. In addition, two or three volunteers are needed to assist with the registration, t-shirt and food booths between 8:30 and 9:00am. The coverage area will include all of Hermon and the western side of Bangor. The event is hosted by Maine Cleanup, a citizen initiative group managed by Tim Pellett of Hermon. Any activity within Bangor city limits is also supported by the City of Bangor and the Bangor Area Stormwater Group as part of their Street to Stream Cleanup events.
For more information, please go to
http://www.mainecleanup.org , email Tim Pellett at email@example.com or call 217-1497.
There are two seats on the Town Council and one seat on the School Committee that will expire at the end of June this year. If serving your community in this capacity interests you, you must request nomination papers at the Town Office. You will be required to obtain signatures from 25 registered Hermon voters on your petition. Once those signatures have been verified you will be eligible to have your name placed on the ballot at the Municipal Election on June 10, 2014. Per State of Maine law, nomination papers must be available 85 days before the election, and must be returned at least 45 days before the election. Nomination papers will be available at the Town Clerk’s office on March 17, 2014 and must be returned by April 25, 2014 by 5:00pm.
There are two seats on the Town Council and one seat on the School Committee that will expire at the end of June this year.
If serving your community in this capacity interests you, you must request nomination papers at the Town Office. You will be required to obtain signatures from 25 registered Hermon voters on your petition. Once those signatures have been verified you will be eligible to have your name placed on the ballot at the Municipal Election on June 10, 2014.
Per State of Maine law, nomination papers must be available 85 days before the election, and must be returned at least 45 days before the election. Nomination papers will be available at the Town Clerk’s office on March 17, 2014 and must be returned by April 25, 2014 by 5:00pm.
The Town of Hermon has two openings for alternate voting members on the zoning board of appeals. If you are interested, please contact Annette Merrithew at 848-1010 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Road and Street Committee was established several months ago by the Town Council to identify needed road improvements throughout the community and to recommend to the Town Council the priority for these improvements. The Committee will meet approximately three to four times annually.
If you have an interest to serve on either of these committees, please contact Ruth Nickerson, Town Clerk, at either email@example.com or (207)848-1010 as soon as possible and let her know of your interest.
Click here for a Citizens Involvement Form
Governor Paul LePage
Office of the Governor
#1 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0001
TTY (207) 287-6548
Senator Geoff Gratwick
Geoffrey Gratwick (D-Penobscot)
1230 Kenduskeag Ave.
Bangor, ME 04401
Representative Roger Reed
278 Murray Road
Carmel, ME 04419
Chairs of the Transportation Committee
Senator Edward Mazurek
House Representative Charles Theriault
Chairs of the Appropriations and Financial Affairs
Senator Dawn Hill
House Representative Margaret Rotundo
Contact Information for all Senators:
3 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
Contact Information for all House Representatives:
2 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
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