Town of Raymond, Maine

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

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Due to circumstances beyond our control the Code Enforcement Office has limited staffing. We are expediting the search for a new Code Enforcement Officer. We apologize for the inconvenience and we will keep a detailed record of requests for service and fulfill them as soon as possible. 

 

The Town of Raymond staff, along with some dedicated volunteers, will be using  a phone tree list and making phones calls to check in on our families that might need help during this national health emergency due to the Coronavirus or COVID-19.

If you know of some elderly residents or a resident that might benefit from assistance - encourage them to call to get added to the phone tree.

Residents of Raymond who want to be added to the phone tree or need help securing food or medications can call the Town Hall at 655-4742 ext. 124 or Cathy Gosselin, Town of Raymond Health Officer at 756-2374 or cathy.gosselin@raymondmaine.org, or email Covid19@raymondmaine.org. 

 

 

Town of Raymond Maine

Videographer – Part-Time

 

The Town of Raymond is looking for a part time Videographer to record committee and Selectmen meetings. Most meetings are held in the evening although occasionally some may be during the day. The candidate must be willing to learn to run a fully digital IPTV broadcast studio. The IPTV station consists of a custom studio control PC and a station control server. The studio control PC runs VMIX live production and streaming software and a fully digital Motu sound mixer. The station control server runs Avmeda broadcast automation software which supports two PEG cable channels (Public and Education). The server also streams live and prerecorded events to YouTube. Previous experience with video broadcast and a good knowledge of the Windows PC environment are essential.

 

 

Applications are HERE. Completed applications and resume should be sent to:

Rita M Theriault

Human Resources Officer

Town of Raymond
401 Webbs Mills Road
Raymond, Maine 04071

or electronically to rita.theriault@raymondmaine.org

          Position open until filled

Tassel Top Park Re-Opening June, 10th

 

Tassel Top Park Fee Structure:

  • Resident Daily Rates                                  Non-Resident Daily Rates
    • Children (age 2-11): $2.00                        Children (age 2-11): $3.00
    • Adults (age 12-61): $5.00                          Adults (age 12-61): $6.00
    • Senior citizen (62+): $2.00                      Senior citizen (62+): $3.00

Admittance:

  • For hours of operation and weather closures.  Please “Like” www.facebook.com/TasselTopPark.
  • Tassel Top Park will be operating at a limited capacity of 56 cars.  Please be advised that if you are purchasing a season pass that there will be limited space during the season.
  • Season pass holders will need to show their Driver’s License ID to the Gate Attendant.  This will match with your membership and serve as your gate pass.
  • NEW! Season pass holders will be allowed up to 7 in their vehicle before being charged the Daily Rate per person.
  • Patrons will need to wear a mask when exiting the car and entering the beach.  The path to the beach is not big enough to maintain correct social distancing.  Once they arrive at there plot they can take off masks.
  • According to CDC guidelines people will need to wear masks until they reach a spot on the beach. 
  • Tassel Top Park will be Carry-In Carry-Out with trash.  Except for Snack Shack purchases.
  • The Snack Shack will have visible lines 6-feet apart.  Customers will stand on those taped spots as the line dwindles and they can order from the service window.  They will exit on the other side.

Staff Safety Procedures:

  • Tassel Top Park will make sure the staff is trained on the CDC COVID General Guidance Checklist. Also, have all of the PPE and safety measures in place for working.
  • Facemasks and gloves will be mandatory at the Gate House and Snack Shack when interacting with customers.

From Maine.gov/ConnectMe website:

 

Mission Broadband has offered a quick survey to collect data on some of the impacts of this current COVID-19 is having on all aspects of our broadband network. They put together a survey to try to capture the end users perspective that might help guide efforts to improve broadband across the state.The survey focuses on a few key items during this crisis, the influx of at home usages from families staying at home. It’s designed to highlight the gaps in coverage, inadequate coverage and social-economic factors. 

To take the survey please follow the link here: https://www.maine.gov/connectme/home

 

Effective March 31, 2020, Governor Janet Mills signed an Executive Order extending the April
1, 2020 application deadline for certain property tax exemptions. The Executive Order was
signed pursuant to the civil emergency proclamation, signed by the Governor on March 15,
2020.
Ordinarily, applications for certain property tax exemptions would be submitted by April 1 to be
effective for a municipality’s property tax commitment. Now, the Executive Order extends the
April 1, 2020 deadline to either the commitment date of the municipality or 30 days after the
termination of the declared emergency, whichever occurs first. The extended application
deadline includes the following property tax exemptions: Property of Institutions and
Organizations (36 M.R.S. § 652); Estates of Veterans (36 M.R.S. § 653(1)(G)); Solar and Wind
Energy Equipment (36 M.R.S. §§ 655(1)(U) and 656(1)(K)); Exemption of Homesteads (36
M.R.S. § 684(1)); and Exemption of Business Equipment (“BETE”) (36 M.R.S. § 693(1)).
The Executive Order remains in effect until amended or rescinded. If you have any questions
about the extended deadline, please contact your municipal assessor or the Property Tax Division
of Maine Revenue Services at (207) 624-5600.

 

The Town of Raymond has been working with Standish, Windham, and Gray to explore the possibility of bringing broadband internet service to this region.

 

Information relating to these efforts:

 

If you have any feedback or questions please contact:

  • Don Willard, Raymond Town Manager via email or 207-655-4742 x131
  • Thomas Bartell, Windham Economie Development Executive Director via email or 207-892-1936

Become a Foster Grandparent or Senior Companion!

 

The Opportunity Alliance has meaningful volunteer opportunities available for adults 55 and older in Southern Maine. Foster Grandparents are placed in schools and child development centers to support school readiness and academic achievement of children. Senior Companions make independence a reality for isolated elders by visiting clients in their homes and providing transportation assistance for doctor’s appointments and/or grocery shopping.

 

Volunteers who commit to a minimum of 15 hours/week and meet generous income guidelines, receive a tax-free stipend, mileage and meal reimbursement. All volunteers receive ongoing training, recognition, and supervision.

 

We are also accepting referrals for individuals interested in having a Senior Companion provide socialization and local transportation.

 

To learn more about becoming a volunteer or client, please call 207-773-0202 or toll-free at 1-800-698-4959.

 

 

Any residents that are having trouble this time of year with the effects of the extreme cold, whether it be frozen/burst pipes, reduced or no access to heating fuel are encouraged to use 211 Maine as a resource. 211 is a free, confidential information and referral service that connects people of all ages across Maine to local services and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

You can call, text, email or search their website.

 

They are available to discuss options, programs and services that can help with heating and utility assistance. Along with financial assistance, health care, mental health, domestic violence and addiction treatment. 

 

Just a reminder to all citizens to make sure your mailbox and/or house has proper identification so that emergency services can locate your home in the event of an emergency. 

 

The Public Safety Building located at 1443 Roosevelt Trail offers FREE mailbox numbers to those who need them.

 

Remember: They Can't Help You, If They Can't Find You.

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Town Office Hours

Mon - Closed

Tues - 8:30am to 7pm

Wed - 8:30am to 4pm

Thur - 8:30am to 4pm

Fri    - 8:30am to 4pm

Sat   - Closed

Sun  - Closed

 

2019-2020 Tax Rate:
$13.45/$1,000

 

Community & Informational Brochures

Includes important local information including:

  • Firework Safety
  • RTP Bus Route Information
  • Welcome to Raymond Brochure

 

Town Office Directory
Please be aware that the Town Office Extensions have changed. Please view our directory for more information.

 

Video Streaming
You can  now watch a LIVE STREAM of Raymond TV on your computer or mobile device by going here!

You can also view Archived meetings here!

 

Raymond Parcel Maps and Assessing Data in Google Earth!
You can view an overlay of Raymond's property parcel maps in Google Earth with tax assessing data.

 

Raymond Village Library
Come see all that the Library has to offer from Children's Story Times, booksales, wireless internet, access to ebooks and MORE!

 

Volunteer Opportunities
View some of the openings that we have on government boards and learn other ways that you can help your local community!


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