Life in Waterville
The City of Waterville, Maine is located on the west bank of the Kennebec River and is a thirty-minute drive outside of the state's capital, Augusta. Residents can easily commute to and from Waterville on Interstate-95 and the historic Route 201. This is a beautiful and thriving Maine city, home to a bustling downtown, and a great place to call home.
Waterville's historic downtown is a unique and historical attraction for residents and local visitors. There's a variety of locally-owned shops, dining options, and a seasonal farmer's market that celebrates Central Maine farmers and artisans. Downtown Waterville also has seven buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This touch of history makes Waterville a charming city that fuses modern with classic.
There are two well-established private colleges in Waterville, Colby College, and Thomas College. The community enjoys many cultural attractions, including the Colby College Museum of Arts. Other artistic amenities include the Redington Museum, Waterville Opera House, and Railroad Square Cinema. Waterville also has a beautiful natural landscape that is perfect for any outdoor enthusiast. There are miles of trails throughout the city great for hiking, walking, biking, and more. A popular year-round spot is the Quarry Road Trails. Here you can cross-country ski, snowshoe, sled, kayak the Messalonskee Stream, fish, and much more.
There are two elementary schools in Waterville, George J. Mitchell School, and Albert S. Hall School. Both these elementary schools cover Kindergarten through 5th. Waterville kids then attend the middle school, Waterville Junior High School, for grades 6 through 8. Waterville Senior High School serves 9th through 12th grade.
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