Comp Plan Survey - A survey is being conducted as part of Westport Island’s Comprehensive Planning process. Your opinions will help guide recommendations for Westport Island’s future. Input on this anonymous survey is essential to ensure the Plan reflects the vision and desires of our Westport Island community. We appreciate your time and effort in answering these questions. You may wish to complete the survey on-line for your convenience at: http://wvfd.me/cps.
Each person in your household who is age 18 or over is encouraged to complete one of these survey questionnaires (only one survey per person). Please submit your completed survey by August 31, 2018. For a printable copy, click here.
KELT will be holding it's "First & Only Yard Sale" at the Segerstrom Preserve on Westport Island on Saturday, July 21, at 8 am - 2 pm. All proceeds will go towards caring for the trails and wildlife on the preserve at Squam Creek. For more details & directions: visit www.kennebecestuary.org
The Comprehensive Planning Committee will be conducting a public hearing on Thursday, July 26, at 7 pm at the Old Town Hall, 1217 Main Road. Members of the Committee will provide an overview of the comprehensive planning process they are conducting; explain the survey that is currently being distributed to town residents and property owners; and answer questions.
Join your friends and neighbors for some summer fun at the 2nd annual Ice Cream Social on Sunday, August 12, from 2 to 5 pm at the Old Town Hall, 1217 Main Road.
Everyone is Welcome! There’s nothing better on a Sunday afternoon than enjoying loads of Ice Cream and trying your hand at a plethora of outdoor games. An event for all ages: volleyball, bocce ball, horseshoes, and more. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors!
On September 16 from 11 am to 3 pm, the History Committee in collaboration with homeowners, the Community Association, the Town Hall Committee and other island partners will be sponsoring an historic homes tour: "An Island Home: Six Historic Houses of Westport Island Maine."
The houses on this year’s tour are all associated with families of the first Westport Island settlers. Homesteads include characteristic features such as stone-walled pastures, barns and other outbuildings, mills, wharves and other waterfront structures. The homes are representative of 18th to 19th century Georgian, Federal and Greek Revival styles.
Tickets will be $20/person and will be available on the day of the tour at the Old Town Hall, 1217 Main Road. A light lunch will be Included in the admission fee; lunch will be available at the Town Hall for the duration of the event -- 11 am to 3 pm. The historic Westport Community Church next door will also be open for viewing. For questions: call the Town Office, 882-8477 ext. 3