Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to resuming normal operations as soon as possible.

Please call the Town Office at 589-4318 if you have additional questions.

For more information on responses to the COVID-19 health crisis:

"CABIN FEVER"?  Get out of the house and get some exercise.  Click here for suggestions.


Liberty Maine is one of Maine's best kept secrets.  Incorporated in 1827, Liberty is in the southwest corner of Waldo County, with 25.9 square miles and approximately 950 residents.
Home of beautiful Lake St. George, Liberty's hills, mountains, woodlands and ponds entice visitors and residents alike to enjoy boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, bird watching, and simply relaxing.  The town also enjoys the Roberts Memorial Recreation Area, Stevens Pond and Marshall Shore, with lovely beaches, swimming, and boat ramps.
In Liberty's traditional village center you can wander down Main Street and visit one of our unusual attractions like the old octagonal post office, an historical site, one of a kind in the US, and home to the Liberty Historical Society.  Here you will see exhibits of local historical memorabilia, and then you might visit the Davistown Museum just across Main Street. 
When you visit Liberty,  take a stroll down Main Street, enjoy our treasures, visit our local businesses and maybe you will decide to stay!
In response to the COV ID-19 health crisis, the Town is taking the following steps to protect the health & welfare of residents and employees:
  • The Liberty Town Office is closed for walk-in counter business.  Please see the various pages shown at at the left for online links for assistance and additional information.
  • Selectboard meetings can be attended via Zoom. Click here for calendar,  Then click on the meeting you want to join.
  • Click here for the most recent information about Tri-County Solid Waste Management.
  • If you can, please pay your second installment of 2020 property taxes due May 5, 2020. You can do this from home at minimal cost by electronic check. Click here for instructions. If you cannot afford your taxes right now, interest will not begin accruing until 30 days after the Governor cancels the Maine civil state of emergency.