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 Vienna (Vy-enna) a town in Kennebec County was settled in 1786 and incorporated on February 20, 1802 from portions of Goshen and Wyman's plantations. The community was named for what is now Vienna, Austria. (see History of Vienna).


Small, quiet and picturesque, Vienna is located on the northwesterly corner of Kennebec County, 22 miles northwest of Augusta the state capital and just 12 miles down Rt. 41 from Farmington the Franklin County seat.

Vienna lies within the foothills of the western Maine mountains. On a clear day McGaffey Mountain — the highest point in Kennebec County—which is located in Vienna, provides views of Mount Washington, Mount Blue, the Camden Hills and Mount Katahdin.

Planning Board Meeting - August 22, 2018


At 6:15 PM regular members Waine Whittier, Ed Lawless, and  Creston Gaither met at the Harpines’ site on Flying Pond, shown on Tax Map 10 as Lot 42, with regular Board member Alan Williams acting as the owners’ representative. The owners’ proposal to enlarge the existing deck on the existing  camp with decks and a porch was discussed.

Vienna Record: Oct-Nov 2018

Selectmen's minutes Aug. 7, 2018 through Sept. 25, 2018

Planning board minutes: July 25, 2018 and Aug. 22, 2018

Union Hall News: Upcoming Halloween Ball and Harvest Dinner

Maine DEP letter regarding free disposal of unusable pesticides

News from the Town Clerk - Offices closed Nov. 22, 2018

Health Officer article on "Aging in Place" by George Smith and Dan Onion

Dr. Shaw Memorial Library news

Fire Department news

Recurring Community events calendar

Mill Stream Grange news

Special uncoming events

Mt. Vernon 5K Loon Lap

Sunday, August 5th - Rain date, August 12th 10 am-Noon

A local event to support the Greater Minnehonk Lake Association and the Mount Vernon Community Partnership Corporation’s efforts to protect and improve the community of Mount Vernon and its lakes

See the details here

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