Welcome to Steuben, Maine

Steuben, Maine is a small fishing village located east of Gouldsboro on Coastal US Route One at the beginning of Washington County in what is referred to as Downeast Maine. First settled in 1760, it became incorporated on February 27, 1795 and was named after a German soldier named Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben who aided the Colonies during the Revolutionary War that led to their independence from Britain and the formation of the United States of America. At that time, what is now Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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June 12, 2024

Selectmen Meeting

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