Boothbay Region Water District
Founded in 1869, the Boothbay Region Water District currently includes the Towns of Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor and Southport. In 2002, it combined with the previously separate East Boothbay water system. In 2013, it combined with the Southport water system. The district has a staff of nine, and is overseen by a Board of Trustees. Over 60% of the district’s pipes are devoted to seasonal water mains, which are generally turned on from May until October.
184 Adams Pond Rd. Boothbay, ME
P.O. Box 520 Boothbay, Me. 04537
P:(207) 633-4723 F: (207) 633-7921
Boothbay Harbor Sewer District
The Boothbay Harbor Sewer District serves the towns of Boothbay and Boothbay Harbor, with municipal contracts with Squirrel and Capital Island in Southport. The district is governed by three trustees elected by the Town of Boothbay Harbor, which includes Boothbay in its service area under charter. In the 1990s, the voters of Boothbay Harbor granted Boothbay 30,000 gallons per day of capacity in the treatment plant.
In Boothbay, the district services the Route 27 corridor from the Boothbay/Boothbay Harbor town line to Big Al’s storage facility (near Boothbay Town Hall). It also services Country Club Road to Seguin Drive, Seguin Drive, Common Drive and Chapel Street (which includes the Boothbay Resort).
27 Sea St, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538