10 Crash Road, Livermore, ME 04253

Livermore is a small, rural town situated in the western hills of Maine on the west bank of the Androscoggin River. Originally named Port Royal, because it was granted by Massachusetts to certain persons for services in the French and Indian War in the expedition against Port Royal, Nova Scotia, the name was changed in honor of the first settler and largest proprietor, Deacon Elijah Livermore.

Square Miles 39
Population 2,095
Distance from Lewiston 20 Miles
Type of Government Selectmen
2015-16 Tax Rate $16.00
Utilities Private Wells/Septic
Electricity Central Maine Power
Price of Average Single-Family Home $110,000
Library 207-897-7173
Town Hall 207-897-3207
Administrative Assistant Carrie Castonguay