The Veazie (Maine) Sewer District operates a three-cell aerated Lagoon system to treat up to 350,000 gallons of sanitary sewerage per day. >>



Pay With A Credit Card Now Available!

Click on Maine PayPort to be taken to a secure site to pay your sewer bill.

The District is pleased to announce that our customers can make credit/debit card payments on our website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Please click the Maine PayPort link above.  Credit and debit card payments may also be made on the phone and over the counter at our office during office hours. Sewer bills may be paid with a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or an American Express card.

The quick link above will bring you to Maine PayPort Online, a third party service working in partnership with the State of Maine and the District.  By using a third party service, your credit card information is processed at a secure site.  All you need to pay your bill is your account number and a valid credit card.  Your account number is located on the top of your sewer bill.  If you don't know your account number, please call our office and we can provide it to you. 

With any of the forms of credit/debit card payments, customers will be assessed a 2.5% service fee for each transaction, with a $1.00 minimum fee.

The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be Monday, July 22, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Sewer District building located at 34 Hobson Avenue, Veazie. 

The District will be closed for Independence Day on Thursday, July 4th, 2019.

Current Trustees of the Veazie Sewer District are:

Robert Tomilson, Chair
1143 Buck Hill Drive
Term expires:  June 2020

James Parker, Treasurer
18 Silver Ridge
Term expires:  June 2021

Norman Webb, Clerk
4 Jackson Drive 
Term expires:  June 2019

To request documents from the Veazie Sewer District under the Freedom of Access Act, please download and complete our Request for Information form. Click here to view the District's Freedom of Access Act policy.

Veazie Sewer District - Aerated Lagoons

The aerated lagoon system began serving the Veazie community in August of 1989. The unique features of the facility included ease of operation, low energy consumption, flexibility in operation, future expansion capability, and use of onsite soils for Lagoon liners. Also, the site layout avoided significant archeological areas on the property. The system includes 10 miles of collection system and one pump station. The first Lagoon holds up to 3 million gallons (11,400 m3), while Lagoons 2 and 3 each handle up to 1.5 million gal (5700 m3). Three operators share the responsibility for this plant, which provides service for approximately 2,000 residents.