The Town Hall will be closed on Monday, February 15th, for Presidents Day!!
On Monday, February 29th at 6PM the OOB Museum in the Streets Committee (OOBMITS) will be electing officers to work on two historical walking tours in both Old Orchard Beach and Ocean Park. The project will be designed so that panels are grouped thematically in different locals and linked together so that visitors feel they are looking at different exhibitions in a museum!
If you’re interested in being a part of this project please contact Megan McLaughlin (Assistant Town Planner) by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (207-937-5636 ext. 1536).
We hope to see you all there!! Old Orchard Beach Police Dept. Community Room
REMINDER: 2ND HALF OF REAL ESTATE TAXES DUE 3/16/16.
2016 Parking Permits are now available in the Town Clerk's Office:
NOTE: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY THE SNOW BAN PARKING HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM THE LORANGER SCHOOL TO THE LITTLE LEAGUE PARKING LOT. THIS CHANGE IS PERMANENT. OTHER SNOW BAN PARKING AREAS, INCLUDING THE MILLIKEN STREET PARKING LOT, MEMORIAL PARK PARKING LOT AND THE OCEAN PARK SQUARE, REMAIN THE SAME.
Thanks for visiting our Town’s website. Whether you are a resident, a vacationer or visitor traveling through Maine’s Premier Family Beach Resort community, we would like to extend a warm welcome to you and wishes for a peaceful stay or visit here. Old Orchard Beach with 9,000 year-round residents includes the community of Ocean Park and is proud of its downtown and exciting commercial developments along the ocean, as well as all the amenities that can only be offered by a small beach town with tremendous civic pride and caring residents. “It’s A Shore Thing”!
Our seaside community boasts a diverse and large population of up to 75,000 in the summer as it hosts vacationers from all over the United States but primarily from New England and the mid-Atlantic states, Canada and Europe looking to enjoy our miles-long stretch of fine beach, clean ocean water and all the attractions that both Old Orchard Beach and the surrounding City of Portland have to offer. We are blessed with a multitude of restaurants, cultural offerings, special events, music venues, art museums & galleries, antiques, quaint shops and countless outdoor recreational amenities. This is a special place and we know that you’ll enjoy it here.