401 Webbs Mills Road, Raymond, Maine 04071 - Tel: 207-655-4742 Fax: 207-655-3024

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Welcome to the Town of Raymond's Geographic Information System Website. On this site you can look up properties, find abutters, and access assessment information. A variety of maps prepared by the Town of Raymond are available for you to view and download. Assessment information is now spatially organized and readily accessible to the public and for emergency services. Large printed maps of some of the below items are available $10 each. Contact Kaela Gonzalez for more information (655-4742 x133)

Terms of Use:

This information is provided as a public service by the Town of Raymond municipal government. The Parcel Map is for municipal assessment purposes only and not to be used for land ownership or transfer. Actual boundaries can only be determined by on-site verification or surveys. This map is based on maps created by James W. Sewall Company.


Maps of Raymond

Comprehensive Plan 2004 Maps:

Other Maps of Raymond:


Maine GIS Aerial Viewer


Base Map

Green Print Map

Healthy Lakes Trail Map


Buildings 1892-2001

Morgan Meadow  

Spiegel Trail at Morgan Meadows

Flood Maps

"Places to Play" Map

Floodplains & Watersheds

Route 302 Sidewalk Trail

Snowmobile Trail Map

Future Land Use

Tassel Top Park Nature Trail


2012 Street Map with Index

Historic & Archaeological

Neighborhood Code Map

Projected Development by 2026

Topographic Map (2006)

Topographic Map (2011)



Trash & Recycling (2011)

Trash Pick-up Policy


Zoning - updated June 3, 2014

 Tax Maps:

2016 Parcel Maps

Parcel maps in Google Earth


 RTP Bus Route & Schedule:

Small Map with Schedule
Larger Map

Lake & Pond Maps

Crescent Lake

Panther Pond

Sebago Lake

Crescent Lake Information Sheet

Panther Pond Information Sheet

Sebago Lake Information Sheet

Thomas Pond

Raymond Pond

Notched Pond

Thomas Pond Information Sheet

1,072-acres of varied landscape providing public access to
recreational opportunities within 20 miles of Portland

Located in Raymond, this 1,072-acre property consists of mixed forest land and significant wetland habitat, representing one of the largest pieces of open-space in this region of southern Maine. The varied landscape includes ridges and hardwood slopes with scenic views of the surrounding landscape. There are a few stands of black birch, an uncommon tree species in Maine, and mature, white pine trees up to three feet in diameter.

Morgan Meadow itself is an extensive wetland area with significant potential for improved waterfowl habitat. The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has considered restoring the dam on Morgan Meadow to improve the productivity of the wetland for a number of waterfowl species, including black ducks, wood ducks, mallards, non-game water-dependent birds, and mammals. Moose Meadow is another small wetland area at the northern end of the property.

Duck hunting and deer hunting are popular activities on this land providing the Department with an unusual opportunity for management of the wildlife resources as well as fostering public use of this recreational property located within the Sebago Lake watershed and within 20 miles of Portland.

Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife Map

USGS map of the Morgan Meadows region

PDF Trail Map

Morgan Meadow, Raymond, Maine, 1989  A landowner sought to sell the property for public use or private development. Working with a team of consultants, Monro developed maps depicting the parcel’s public interests. In 1989 the nomination to Land for Maine’s Future was successful; the land is now managed by the state.

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The Fundraising committee is responsible for organizing the PTO fundraisers. This year we will be sponsoring the Innisbrook Wrapping Paper Fundraiser (Fall), QSP (Fall), a Holiday Fair (Nov./Dec.), Scholastic Book fair (Fall & Spring).  In addition we coordinate the printer cartridge recycling, Hannaford Helps Schools, Box Tops for Education, and A+ Tyson programs.

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Raymond PTO

A community working together to support our children.

Would you like to make a real difference in your child’s education, help bring valuable programs to the school, support the teachers and staff in the wonderful work they do? Then we need you!!

Check out "Our Committees" and "How You Can Help" pages to see how you can be involved. No matter what your availability is, we can help you find a way to contribute!

Do you have questions or ideas for us? Feel free to contact one of the board members, send us an email, or better yet join us for one of our meetings!

Our meetings are open to everyone; you don’t need to be a member. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (during the school year) at 6:30pm in the Raymond Elementary School Library.

Caj, Lisa, and Carol at Pumpkin Fest photo

Caj, Lisa, and Carol at Pumpkin Fest

Board of Directors

President : Jen Mains, jenn0408@yahoo.com
Vice President: Melissa Russell, melissam.russell@gmail.com

Secretary: Tammy Hamilton, 3hamiltons@maine.rr.com

Treasurer: Serena Knight, serena.knight9909@yahoo.com


Link to the PTO RSU #14 HERE


Raymond PTO
C/O Raymond Elementary School
434 Webbs Mills Road
Raymond ME 04071


Mission Statement: To advocate for our children, provide educational enrichment programs, support school faculty and staff, and to collaborate with community organizations.



The Raymond Lions Club, formed in 1995, is an active group of service minded men and women who want to make Raymond a better place to live by serving the community in a variety of ways. It is a part of the world's largest, and most active service club organization, Lions Club International. Along with the more than 1.4 million members, they work with their fellow Lions in more than 170 countries and geographical areas to seek out and help the needy in their own communities, their country, and the world.

The club meets at the Raymond Public Safety Building on Route 302 in Raymond, on the first and third Thursdays of each month except July and August. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM.

If you would like more information about Lions and what we do, please contact: 

   King Lion Gil Brown, at 207-655-7221 or Lion Laurie Wallace at 207-655-2222

   King Lion Gil Brown by email at browngil.barb@gmail.com

   or send a letter to Raymond Lions at P.O. Box 1057, Raymond, Maine 04071

Board of Directors


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Nature Trail

Park History

Video Tour

General Information and Fees


Location: Just off Route 302, across from the Raymond Shopping Center, and behind Jordan Bay Veterinary Hospital.  A four mile drive from the Windham shopping area and a seven mile drive from Naples.


Tassel Top Beach is situated on 35 acres on the east shore of Sebago Lake. A stand of mature pines and hardwoods grace the entrance to the park and the park road leads you to a graveled parking lot. A short walk brings you to 900 feet of sandy beach, one of the best beach areas on Sebago Lake.  The beach has a secured swimming area marked by buoys; however there is no lifeguard supervision. The beach area has many picnic tables, outdoor grills and changing rooms are also available. Tassel Top offers a fully stocked Snack Shack with ice cream, hot foods, charcoal, candy, drinks, snacks, clothing, sundries, beach toys and more.


Another enjoyable feature of Tassel Top is a nature trail, covering about 1/2 mile, that meanders through acres of Maine woods. The clearly marked trail has points of interest marked by signage and benches for quiet meditation or rest. The trail is maintained by park staff and is handicapped and stroller accessible. This path if for FOOT TRAFFIC ONLY. No bikes, ATV's...etc.


There is no boat launch at the park and boats of any type are not allowed on the beach.


Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the park or on the beach at any time.


The park is supervised by a Park Ranger and Assistant Rangers, who are present daily.


2018 Season Fees, Schedule, Park/Beach Hours and Open Dates:


Day Pass (9am to 1/2 hour before close)

  • Children age 2-10: $2.00
  • Adults age 11-64: $6.00
  • Senior citizens 65+: $3.00 (with proof)


Season Passes  (only available at the Park from Memorial weekend to August 15th, good for up to 4 people and vehicle specific)

  • Resident with proof: $90.00 
  • Non Resident $99.00
  • All extras pay AGE APPROPRIATE FEE at gate


Rentals (Prices do not reflect security deposit, tax or boat mooring)


(includes overnight stay in cabin for up to 8 people)

For off season function information/fees please call Ranger Sue at 655-4675


Park/Beach Hours** Weather Permitting **

Please check Facebook for current daily hours and infomation. A link to Facebook can be found on the bottom of this page.


Dates  Open Gates Lock*
Memorial Day weekend to June 14 - Weekdays 9:00 am 4:00 pm
Memorial Day weekend to June 14 - Weekends 9:00 am 5:30 pm
June 15 - August 15  9:00 am 7:30 pm
August 16 - Labor Day 9:00 am 6:30 pm 


* No incoming traffic 1/2 hour prior to closing. Patrons must vacate park BEFORE closing time. 


NOTE: Park may open late and/or close early due to inclement weather or lack of business.


Opening weekends from Saturday of Memorial weekend until full season opening.


Open daily from June 2th through Labor Day.


For more information call: 207-655-4675




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Recreation in Raymond

Raymond offers many alternatives for recreation, exercise, and athletic competition.  Raymond Recreation, a non-profit volunteer group, provides a excellent program for school age children. Babe Ruth baseball is provided by the Sebago Long Lake League. Many other clubs and facilities are available for residents of the town.

The Pantry will be open the second and fourth Thursday of every month from 4pm to 6pm. The return of banana boxes, used to carry food with, will help to keep costs down.

Lake Region Baptist Church
1273 Roosevelt Trail
Raymond, Maine 04071

Tel.: 207-232-5830

If urgent needs arise between scheduled Pantry hours,
please feel free to call for assistance at 232-5830.


Belowis a listing a free lunch sites for children up to age 18 provided over the summer by Maine Hunger Initiative.
Little Falls Landing
3 Depot Street
Gray/New Gloucester
Gray-New Gloucester High School
10 Libby Hill Road
Liberty Family Foundation
23 North Raymond Road
Casco Community Center
7/8/ to 8/23
11:30 - 1:00
635 Meadow Road

Wish List:

  • Juice and Kool-aid
  • Cereal – Unsweetened (Rice Crispy, Cheerios, Bran, Life)
  • Soups – all varieties
  • Pastas – spaghetti, ziti, elbows, flat egg noodles
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Rice – Macaroni & Cheese
  • Beans – baked, chili, green beans, wax beans
  • Potatoes – boxed, scalloped, augratin, mashed
  • Fruit – canned fruitcup, peaches, pears, applesauce
  • Jell-O – any variety – puddings
  • Coffee – tea – cocoa – powdered and canned milk
  • Peanut butter & jelly – fluff
  • Tuna fish – Spam – canned stew
  • Baby Formula & diapers
  • Laundry Products – washing machine, dish detergent, Clorox, Comet, Brillo pads, Fantastic
  • Personal products – shampoo, adult & baby, hand and body soap ( Dial, Ivory), toothpaste and brushes, deodorant, Kotex
  • Paper Products – Kleenex, toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, wax paper, etc.

Donations may be dropped off at the

Lake Region Baptist Church
1273 Roosevelt Trail
Raymond, Maine 04071

or mailed to:

Raymond Food Pantry
P.O. Box 900
Raymond, Maine 04071

East Raymond Chapel, 394 Webbs Mills Road (Rte. 85), Raymond. ME 04071East Raymond Chapel
United Church of Christ

394 Webbs Mills Road (Rte. 85)
Raymond. ME 04071

Pastor: Rev. Joyce Long

Summer services from early June through Labor Day at 8:30 AM

In 1884 at East Raymond, nine ladies and five gentlemen of the town met to form a Benevolent Society which was variously referred to as the "Ladies Benevolent Society" or "Ladies Sewing Circle." Within three years membership had grown to forty men and women. Records of the society show that, at a meeting held December 22.1887, it was voted that the funds of the Society (collected by dues) be used for building a church, chapel, or vestry at East Raymond. On September 6.1888 the Society's minutes report, "A goodly number present - decided to build a Chapel to consist of two rooms built on one floor." During the following year, members contributed time and material for grading the lot obtained from Orrin and Henry Lane and Lester Jordan on the present Route 85 site. Interested citizens also contributed generously to building the Chapel. In August of 1889, "the usual exercises of a 'Circle afternoon' were varied by a visit to the new Chapel to see how it was progressing and give our advice, if any was needed." The East Raymond Chapel was completed in 1890. In July of that years the Ladies Benevolent Society voted to become responsible for all debts incurred in furnishing the inside of the Chapel. The East Raymond Chapel was rededicated to the Glory of God on its 100th anniversary year August 12, 1990.

For more information, please contact the Church Office of Casco Village Church at 207-627-4282 between 9 AM and Noon, Monday through Friday.

Dog licensing can be done at the town office or on-line.


If you have a dog over the age of 6 months, it should be licensed. A Rabies Certificate must be produced and if the dog is neutered, bring a Neutering Certificate if the Town Office doesn’t have it on file. Current Rabies vaccinations for adult dogs can cover three years of protection.


The licensing fee for a neutered dog is $6.00 and non-neutered $11.00. All dogs must be licensed by January 31, of each year. Dogs licensed after January 31 will incur an additional $25.00 late fee.


Please understand that by having your dog licensed, anyone finding your stray pet will be able to trace it to you, thereby alleviating the possibility that it will go to a shelter. Licensing funds contribute to stray animal care in the town and state and supports the State Veterinarian Laboratory in Augusta as well as Maine State Humane Agents which investigate animal abuse cases.


If you are licensing your dog for the first time in Maine:

  • You will need a current rabies vaccination certification issued by a Maine licensed veterinarian.
  • You will need an accurate description of your dog, including your dog's name, breed, sex and color.
  • You will need a written statement from your veterinarian that clearly states that your dog is altered and/or sterile to qualify for the low cost altered license fee.
  • You must have the required licensing fee, i.e. $10 for non-neutered dog and $6 for a neutered dog.

General licensing information:

  • If you have a dog over the age of 6 months, it should be licensed.
  • A previous rabies certificate must be produced and if neutered, a neutering certificate (If the town office doesn't have it on file.)
  • Some rabies vaccinations for previously vaccinated adult dogs now cover three years of protection.
  • The fee for a neutered dog is $6 and non-neutered is $10.
  • All dogs must be licensed by January 31st of each year. Dogs licensed after January 31st will incur an additional $15 late fee. Those licensed after April 1st will be required to pay a late fee of $25.

Why should you license your dog?

  • Because rabies is increasing in Maine, licensing helps to insure public safety by requiring proof of a valid rabies vaccination before a license is issued.
  • By licensing your dog you are directly helping the fight against animal cruelty and abuse. Up to 90% of the dog license fee collected goes directly to the State of Maine Animal Welfare Program to support cruelty investigations. Licensing funds also contribute to stray animal care in the town and state, and supports the State Veterinarian Laboratory in Augusta, as well as Maine State Humane Agents which investigates animal abuse cases.
  • By licensing your dog you are demonstrating responsible pet ownership. Displaying a current State of Maine tag on your dog's collar shows that you have taken a necessary step toward your responsibility to your pet's well being and the community's safety.

To report animal cruelty or abuse:
Animal Welfare Program Department of Agriculture
28 State House Station
Augusta, Maine 04333-0028
Phone: (207) 287-3846
or 1 (877) 269-9600
E-mail: animal.welfare@maine.gov



Shoreland Zone


When do I need a building permit?

You need a building permit for the following activity:

  • Any structural alterations, enlargement or relocation of a building or other structure.
  • Building a deck
  • Installing a swimming pool
  • Finishing any unfinished space
  • Any new construction

How long does it take to get a building permit?

When do you need it? We will do our best to issue permits to meet your schedule. This may mean partial permits, i.e., foundation permit while more complete framing information is gathered.

What can I do without a permit?

You don't need a permit for "ordinary" repairs as long as such repairs do not include:

  • the cutting away of any wall, partition, or portion thereof,
  • removing or cutting any structural beam or support,
  • removing or changing any part of a required means of egress, i.e., a corridor, required door, window, etc, or
  • does not rearrange parts of a structure that affects the exit requirements.

You do not need a permit for the following activities:

  • Residing
  • Reroofing
  • Replacing a window if there is no change in size

How long do I have to complete my project?

Work must be started within 1 year after issuance of the permit. Upon application submitted before the expiration, the building inspector may grant an extension of up to one year as long as the ordinance provisions permitting that type of construction have not changed. The permit will expire if the work is not substantially complete within two years from the date it was issued. The building inspector may issue a conditional certificate of occupancy or a permit extension for one additional year if, in his judgment, reasonable progress is being made and nuisance conditions do not exist.


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