Eastbrook is located Hancock County, Maine. In 1811, the first home was built in what was then known as Township 15. Early settlers engaged in farming and lumbering. Eastbrook, named for the East branch of the Union River, was incorporated in 1837 with 20,283 acres.
Today, Eastbrook is a welcoming community and home to over 400 year-round residents as well as many others who enjoy spending summer days on our beautiful lakes.
Saturday Coffee Social
8 to 10 am every Saturday
Come to the Eastbrook Community Building for coffee and breakfast pastries. If anyone is interested in donating cinnamon rolls, muffins or other treats please contact Kelly at the Town Office. We hope to continue this social gathering if enough people are interested. This will give office staff a chance to inform people of upcoming events or volunteer information. We hope Eastbrook residents will come and enjoy each others company. Please spread the word!
By donation to benefit Eastbrook Days.
Town Clerk: Kelly Manning
Tax Collector: Mary Jordan
Treasurer: Lisa Folmer
Tuesday: 2 PM-6 PM
Wednesday: 2 PM – 7 PM
Thursday: 2 PM – 7 PM
Saturday: 7AM – 11 AM
Report cell phone coverage in our area
2023 Eastbrook Days
Scheduled date for Eastbrook Days is Saturday, July 15. Join us for this annual day long event!
Parade – Food – Vendors – Games – Music – Fireworks
Trash Pickup: Tuesday
*If Tuesday is a holiday it will be picked up the next business day.
These items are acceptable waste for our weekly dumpster pickups:
Tires (including large truck tires)
Carpet (including rugs)
Plastic items with your weekly household trash
Items NOT acceptable for weekly trash: Electronic Waste to include television sets, computers, monitors and accessories
Construction debris can be taken to Ellsworth Waste Services at 15 Industrial Road, Ellsworth, ME 04605. Phone number – (207) 667-4333
To help you understand these guidelines you need to know that our weekly trash goes to PERC, our bulky waste goes to Mark Wright and we are charged differently for these places. Also, the Town of Eastbrook does not have a land fill or a transfer station license, so, every time you leave something on the ground either during, or after bulky waste, you are putting the town at risk of a DEP violation.
Bulky waste drop off: 2023 schedule TBD
ITEMS ACCEPTED AT BULKY WASTE
Household contents: books, magazines, toys, pots and pans, clothes, appliances Bulky Waste: furniture, mattresses, box springs Flooring: carpeting, linoleum, rugs, wood, ceramic tile, underlayment (no asbestos) Tarps, rope, netting, cement block, dry concrete, dirt, trees, brush, poles. (Trees and poles must be cut into pieces no more than 4 feet long.)Televisions, computers and monitors are accepted at bulky waste. If you have full or partially full cans of paint which you wish to dispose of use kitty litter or Speedy Dry to absorb the paint. Let it dry and place dried waste into the container for disposal. *Tires are NOT accepted at Bulky Waste. *Metal and white goods are NOT accepted at Bulky Waste *White goods such as freezers, refrigerators and washing machines can be dropped at M&M Salvage at 1105 Eastbrook Road 24/7.
- Tax Maps
- Commitment Book 2022 Alphabetical
- Commitment Book 2021 Alphabetical
- Commitment Book 2020 Alphabetical
- Commitment Book 2019 Alphabetical
- Commitment Book – by Acct.
- Commitment Book – by Map
- Town Profile
- Community Center Building Use Form Effective January 1, 2023
- Land Use Ordinance
- DEP Approval
- Guide for Property Owners on State and State-aid Highways
Board of Selectmen
The selectman board is made up a three people who make decisions together that affect the town and its taxpayers. Their personal feelings have to be put aside to make the best decision for the town and the taxpayers. Assessing is part of the job also. The town is currently in the process of a complete reassessment.
The Planning board meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6 pm. During the summer meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays.
Abrams Pond Watershed Protection Project
Eastbrook Town House Restoration Project
With the help of a committee of volunteers and generous grants, the restoration of our the historic Eastbrook Town House is under way. Our goal is to return the Town House to its original use as a community center with events and activities to bringing our residents together.