Learn about the Assessing Department for the Town of Orleans.
Find information about the Orleans Building Department.
Find forms to file for work on your property and information on native and invasive species and walking trails in the Town of Orleans.
Council on Aging / Senior Center
Learn more about the Council on Aging.
Finance / Town Accountant
The Finance Department is responsible for the maintenance of all financial records to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws.
Fire & Rescue
Visit the Orleans Fire Rescue website.
The Health Department is responsible for enforcing state and local public health regulations relating to food service establishments, septic systems, public and semi-public swimming pools, and minimum standards for housing.
Management Information Services
See contact information for Management Information Services.
Orleans Channel 18
The intention of Channel 18 is to provide information to Orleans citizens about issues, services, programs, activities, and events involving or affecting local government and the community.
Learn about the Town of Orleans Parking Department.
The Planning Department administers and oversees growth management and development activities of the Town in a comprehensive manner, providing short-term regulatory oversight and long-term strategic planning to ensure that future growth is consistent with the desires of the residents.
Learn more about the Orleans Police Department.
The Town Administrator serves as the chief procurement officer responsible for the purchase of all supplies, materials, equipment, and services for the Town.
Public Works & Natural Resources
Learn more about the Public Works and Natural Resources Department.
The Orleans Recreation Department is to provide and foster recreational opportunities for a healthy and vibrant community of youth, adults, and seniors by developing diverse, affordable programs and events that promote physical activity, community involvement and environmental awareness, while meeting the physical, psychological and social needs of all residents.
We exist to educate each student to the highest attainable levels of academic excellence, social responsibility, and cultural awareness.
The history of Snow Library is unique in its ties to the fishing and shipbuilding trades of the 19th century.
The Town Administrator is responsible for handling the day-to-day administrative affairs of the Town and for implementing the policies set forth by the Board of Selectmen.
Often considered the doorway to local government, the Town Clerk's office responds to inquiries and serves as the central information point for residents and visitors alike.
Treasurer / Tax Collector
Gain information on the Treasurer / Tax Collector Department.
The Water Department maintains the municipal water supply so that there is a sufficient quantity of water to meet the needs of all of its customers, including the Fire Department, even on the most demanding day in the middle of summer.