The Kennebec Valley spans 23 communities from Maine’s capital city, Augusta, to Gardiner to Windsor to Monmouth to Readfield and everywhere in between. An original 1629 Pilgrim settlement, Augusta is both the capital city of the Pine Tree State and the service center of a Micropolitan with 75,000 residents. Maine’s capital area is rich in history, culture, art, educational resources, dining, industry, and retail shopping. In the Kennebec Valley, you experience the kind of Maine we usually keep for ourselves.
Mailing address: Secretary of State, Motor Vehicle Division, State House Station 29, Augusta, Maine 04333-0029.
Phone: (207) 624-9000.
Location: 19 Anthony Avenue, Augusta, Maine.
School systems within the Capital Area are strongly committed to the educational, social and personal development of our children. Our schools are noted for fine academic programs, which have prepared students for the best colleges in the country. To meet the needs of a diverse student population, our schools offer special needs and honors programs, as well as alternative programs for students interested in exploring non-traditional environments. For more information, contact the Superintendent's Office of the City or Town of interest.
Whether you are in the mood for live music, an art show, or performing arts, you can find it in the Kennebec Valley.
The Kennebec Valley Region boasts many areas of outdoor recreation. Whether you are looking to hook a big bass or take home some meat for dinner, Kennebec Valley can provide.
PLACES OF WORSHIP
KENNEBEC VALLEY CHAMBER 23 COMMUNITY REGION
Housing in the Capital Area is available to suit every taste and need.
The Kennebec Valley Chamber of Commerce is a business association of some 700 businesses, industries and organizations in the capital area. The Chamber's teamwork approach is key in building a stronger economy, better business environment and higher quality of life for the 23-community area.