Community Resources

 Broadband in the Metroplex:  West Kennebec Lakes Community Broadband Association:

Mt. Vernon, Vienna, and Fayette have joined with other area towns to form the West Kennebec Lakes Community Broadband Association.  Their purpose is to bring broadband to all parts of our towns so that all citizens can have access to internet.  Soon, the group will have its own website, but meanwhile, they have done detailed research and have put together a document (“Broadband Planning Report”) filled with information for each town.  You can access the report here.

Town of Mount Vernon – Mt. Vernon news, events and politics.

Town Of Vienna – Vienna news, events and politics.

Mount Vernon Community CenterThere are many town events  at the community center each year. Check the site! Town organizations are welcome to use the center for events and meetings. Private parties may also use the building for a modest fee. Use of the building must be scheduled and cleanup is required.

30 Mile River Watershed – The mission of this organization is to preserve, improve, and protect the land and water quality in the 30 Mile River watershed.

Mount Vernon Community Partnership – The CPC’s purpose is to promote economic and community development for the benefit of the citizens of Mount Vernon.

Vienna Historical Society – The Vienna Historical Society (VHS) is a non-profit educational organization founded on November 30, 1981 to discover, collect, identify and preserve photographic, printed and manuscript material, and artifacts of historical interest; and to promote and encourage interest in the history of Vienna, Kennebec County, Maine, USA.

Vienna Union Hall – The mission of the Vienna Union Hall is to promote the arts and enhance the quality of life in the community by providing exceptional arts and entertainment events and participatory activities. To this end the hall will offer programming that is appropriate to the diverse interests and needs of our regional audience which will be priced fairly to assure accessibility to all.

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