The Town of Jay, Maine
Jay is nestled in a valley formed by the Androscoggin River in Southern Franklin County. That geographical fact led the area to become a hotbed of industry during the industrial revolution. The Androscoggin provided power for a multitude of mills and factories, and while industry remains a strong part of Jay's past, the town retains a rural feel. With a population of just under 5,000 Jay has kept the small-town characteristics that make Western Maine an ideal place to live, work, and raise a family.
Jay boasts a very active civic atmosphere, with 2 Veteran's Organizations, an Historical Society, many churches, a Youth Organization, a Paper and Heritage Museum, Chamber of Commerce, and Rotary, just to name a few.
Located right on the edge of the western mountains and at the gateway to the major ski areas, Jay has access to abundant recreational activities. Right here in town there is French Falls recreational area, a ball field in the summer and trails that are open year round; Spruce Mountain Ski Slope, a tri-municipality ski area; and a Rail Trail Snowmobile/ATV/Hiking system, spanning a distance of 14 miles from Jay to Farmington. The Androscoggin River itself provides opportunities for excellent fishing, and is the venue for many fishing tournaments. Canoes and kayaks are a common site, as local folk are using the river for recreation as never before.
Fun on the Androscoggin during the Source to Sea Trek
Local and state elections November 2
Here are items to be voted on
The Town of Jay is accepting applications for a Truck Driver/Laborer
The Town of Jay is accepting applications for a Truck Driver/Laborer in the Public Works Department. This is a full-time position with benefits. Qualified candidates must perform semi-skilled manual labor, lift heavy objects and work in a variety of weather conditions. Overtime is required. Duties include operation of light and heavy trucks and motorized equipment, road maintenance, plowing, snow/ice removal, patching roads, brush trimming, mowing, working at the Transfer Station and other duties as needed. Previous experience preferred. Availability required during winter as weather dictates and 15-mile residency requirement. Sufficient educational background and physical ability to perform related duties is required. Class B/CDL license and a clean driving history is required. Class A/CDL preferred or commitment to gain Class A when required. Ability to work with the general public is essential. The successful candidate will be subject to ongoing drug and alcohol testing and a pre-employment physical. Applications are available at the Town Office; at: www.jay-maine.org and on the Town of Jay Facebook page and should be submitted to: Town Manager, 340 Main Street, Jay, ME 04239 or email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The Town of Jay is an equal opportunity employer.
Town Meeting results 2021 Click here
Polycor info sharing (including blasting notices)
Polycor has created a Facebook page to be able to share news, including blasting notices, with the community. As such, the Town will no longer be putting out these notices. Please Like their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/PolycorNewEngland (Polycor New England Community News) to get future blasting notices and other relevant community news. Their contact information as well as a link to email them is included on their page.
If you do not have Facebook, please contact the company directly at 645-2842 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Town of Jay Annual Report Available
Download the 2020 Town Report
TOWN OF JAY TAX CLUB INFORMATION
What is the purpose of a Tax Club? The Tax Club provides the taxpayer an eight (8) month period to budget payments without interest thereby relieving the pressure of lump sum payments. This in turn benefits the Town by creating a more predictable cash flow. Click here for more info.
Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code (MUBEC)
Is available here
Contact the Jay Town Office for information on Board Vacancies: 897-6785.