11 Turner Center Road, Turner, ME 04282 • www.turnermaine.com

Turner, the oldest municipality in the county, is a rural community of forested hills, rolling fields, and family farms, located on the northern border of Auburn. It has over 200 years of agricultural history and produces apples, cranberries, eggs, dairy products, and numerous forest products. Its eastern border is formed by the mighty Androscoggin River, on the shores of which lie over 2,000 acres of state-managed land. This area provides four seasons of recreational opportunities, and an adjacent boat launch provides exceptional access to the river. Thirteen ponds of various sizes, most with public access, and two streams with excellent trout fishing top off the recreational experience.

Square Miles 62
Population 5,734
Distance from Lewiston 12 Miles
Type of Government Town Manager/Selectmen
2015-16 Tax Rate $15.90
Utilities Private Wells/Septic
Electricity Central Maine Power
Price of Average Single-Family Home $150,000
Library 207-225-2030
Turner Museum & Historical Association 207-225-2629
Town Hall 207-225-3414
Town Manager Kurt Schaub