Many hands make light work and you can help make Ellsworth a more beautiful place to live and work by participating in the Ellsworth Roadside Cleanup!

Cleanup Week is April 23-May 1, with a special kickoff April 23rd from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ellsworth City Hall.

You can pick up your special yellow trash bags in the City Hall foyer after April 11th, or stop by City Hall on April 23rd and pick up your bag(s) and sigh up for road sections to clean up. Once you have cleaned up your section, you can just leave the special yellow bag roadside and notify public works who will stop by and pick up the bag and dispose of it.  Ellsworth Public Works can be reached at 667-2133

For more information, call 664-0928

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See How Much Ellsworth's Population Has Grown Over The Years

While Ellsworth is the biggest city in the state when it comes to land, measuring in at almost 93 square miles, its current population of 8,399 residents ranks it #34, right behind Cumberland and before Buxton.

Here's a look at how the population in Ellsworth has grown over the past 221 years.

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