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Lewiston has an elected mayor and seven (7) elected city councilors, the latter of whom respectively each represent one of Lewiston's seven wards. A list of Lewiston's current elected officials can be found here.
You may reach the Mayor's Office by calling (207) 513-3121.
Lewiston City Hall, 27 Pine Street, is open from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm M - F. Phone calls are answered 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.
We observe several holidays whereby municipal offices are closed--with the exception of uniformed emergency personnel.
For a list of holidays observed and to see individual departmental hours of operation, please click here.
Online services are available 24/7.
You may access a City of Lewiston municipal staff directory here.
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Information about Lewiston public records and the Freedom of Information Act is available here.
Information about winter parking bans and alternate parking can be accessed here.
NOTIFY ME is a great way to sign up for text or email notifications as to when there is a parking ban.
Lewiston City Hall's tower will also be blinking when there is a parking ban, and outreach is done through social media, press releases, and some local message boards.
Access to the Lewiston School Department's web site can be reached here.
LYAC members serve a one-year tenure from July - July, and annual applicants must be going into 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the forthcoming fall.
The Lewiston Youth Advisory Council was established by the Lewiston City Council in 2001, with the Charter membership first meeting in September 2002. Each spring renders a new application/interview process, with each year running from July to July.
The Lewiston Youth Advisory Council (LYAC) was established by the Lewiston City Council in 2001, with the Charter membership first meeting in September 2002. Each spring renders a new application/interview process, with each LYAC year running from July to July.
The mission of the LYAC is to "serve as an advisory council to the Lewiston City Council in regards to community issues affecting youth and shall serve as a liaison between the youth of the community and the City. The LYAC shall enable youth to work toward goals that empower all of the community’s youth and to undertake service projects that enhance the community."