External Links

These sites are not affiliated with the Town, but may be helpful to our residents
Listed alphabetically
Androscoggin County
Commissioner's office, District Attorney, Emergency Management Agency, Probate, Registry of Deeds, Sheriff's Office and Treasurer's Office.
Androscoggin Grange
The Grange (officially known as the Patrons of Husbandry) was organized in Washington, D.C. in 1867. It grew slowly during its early years but arrived in Maine by 1873. The following year, the Maine State Grange was organized in Lewiston. By the end of 1874, there were sixty-four Granges and approximately 2000 members. From the beginning, there was great interest in cooperative activities including offering insurance, advocating railroad and banking regulation, and promoting group purchasing.
Androscoggin Historical Society
Contact information, meeting schedule, family history & genealogy info, diaries & letters and much more.
Androscoggin Land Trust
The primary mission of the Androscoggin Land Trust is to preserve significant lands in Androscoggin County. One way we do this is through the use of conservation easements.
Androscoggin Registry of Deeds
Public has full access to records such as: recorded land indexes from 1976 to present, images of documents from January 1980 to present, and recorded land plan indexes from 1933 to present.
Lewiston Housing 
The Capable and Comfortably Home Programs of Lewiston Housing is open to eligible residents of Androscoggin County. There are income and age requirements for each program. You can call Chelsea Steele at 207-713-5363 for more information.
CoverME.gov is Maine’s Health Insurance Marketplace – the place to go to find an affordable health insurance plan that fits your needs and your budget. Open Enrollment for 2022 CoverME.gov health insurance plans closed on January 16, 2022. Create an account, fill out an application, and enroll in quality, affordable coverage now!
Downloadable copies of Hunting, Fishing, Trapping, Boating, and ATV/Snowmobile lawbooks.
Medicare Plans in Maine
Maine has several Medicare options available to U.S. citizens or permanent residents at least age 65. You are eligible if under age 65 and you have ESRD, ALS, or have been disabled for at least 24 months and draw SSDI.
Greater Androscoggin Humane Society
The Greater Androscoggin Humane Society is a safe space for animals in need and a resource for community members and their animal companions. We believe in kind, compassionate and humane treatment for all animals. Every day, we strive to provide the best care and the needed services to help save and improve lives in our community and beyond.
Inland Fisheries & Wildlife
IF&W homepage. Apply for any deer or moose lotteries, get information on the ATV Task Force, plus much more!

Inland Fisheries & Wildlife - Registration
With MOSES, you can purchase hunting/fishing licenses & Recreational Vehicle re-registrations any time of the day or night, and print your license out in your home or office in just minutes.
Maine Municipal Association
The Maine Municipal Association is a voluntary membership organization of the State's cities, towns, plantations and organized townships to provide a unified voice for Maine's municipalities to promote and strengthen local government.

Maine Tax Relief Credits and Programs
MSAD52 Schools
Your link to all schools in Greene, Leeds, and Turner.
Parent's Guide to Fentanyl: This comprehensive guide equips parents with valuable information, including tips, warning signs, and helpful videos/articles. It empowers parents to protect their children from the dangers of fentanyl and make informed decisions regarding substance use.
Protecting Children From Online Drug Dealers: This resource provides essential tools to safeguard children, including the "Emoji code" to identify online drug dealing, insights into the dark web, and other online safety measures.
Sawyer Memorial Foundation
The Sawyer Foundation Memorial Building holds programs, free to the public, twice monthly on Fridays at 2pm and 7pm from May through October. Programs include narrated travel films, wildlife films, lectures, musicals, magic shows and more. Their purpose in part is "...educational and social. Specifically, to do good. To promote good citizenship. To support and encourage clean, wholesome pleasures, customs and usages.
Many aging adults and their families are unaware of the different care options and programs available to them. One that is growing in popularity with families is assisted living, which is designed to maximize independence and quality of life. So we created a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and assisted living options that are available in their area.
Sisters In Arms Center
The Sisters in Arms Center is a safe haven for all women veterans. They have transitional housing available for women veterans who have found themselves homeless out of no fault of their own. They provide housing and help for them and their children. (formally known as the The Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope)
Small Business Administration
Your small business resource for programs and services to help you start, grow and succeed.
State of Maine
Official website. Information about latest news, weather, government, visiting Maine, working in Maine, business in Maine, education, facts & history.
U.S. Census (2020)
The United States census is a census that is legally mandated by the U.S. Constitution, and takes place every 10 years. The most recent national census took place in 2020; the next census is scheduled for 2030. The United States census is a population census, which is distinct from the U.S. Census of Agriculture, which is no longer the responsibility of the Census Bureau. It is also distinct from local censuses conducted by some states or local jurisdictions.
Unclaimed Property
Each and every year, tens of millions of dollars go unclaimed by Maine residents. These financial assets are turned over by thousands of national and local businesses and organizations. The State Treasurer's office holds these assets, free of charge, until claimed by the owner or heir. Please use this website to search your name, your business, and the name of your friends and family. If you have time, help spread the word about this free service!
Due to an increased shortage of qualified trade workers, there is a high demand for apprentice-level and skilled labor positions. Learning a trade or doing an apprenticeship is an excellent option for veterans.

Our guide helps veterans learn about the benefits of non-traditional post secondary education and other important details about vocational and apprenticeship programs, such as eligibility, costs, and transitioning to working civilian.

Warden's Report
Need a burn permit? Visit Warden's Report for this free, online service.
This is the only way to obtain a burn permit. The Greene Town Office does not issue burn permits.