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Fall in Love With Augusta


Augusta is full of delicious restaurants, interesting shops, and lots of fun things to do!


It's easy to meet your neighbors in bustling Augusta, which is home to over 18,000 residents.


Average summer temperatures are 78 degrees and winter temperatures are 35.

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Come Explore Life in Augusta

As the capital of Maine and a quintessential American town, Augusta is home to a delightful array of gorgeous homes, local business, and fun things to do. Here, you can explore rich American history and a wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities. Residents of Augusta are proud of the community they live in, and work hard to preserve its charming natural character while creating an environment that's inclusive and welcoming to newcomers.

With a revitalized Downtown area and the kind of picturesque natural scenery Maine is known for, Augusta is a wonderful place to call home. 

Spotlights of Augusta

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Parks & Rec

Plan a visit to the Pine Tree State Arboretum, a 224-acre natural park and botanic garden with over 6 miles of hiking, biking, and skiing trails. This beloved Maine attraction is free and open year-round.

things to do

Local Attractions

The "Museum in the Street" is a phenomenal walking tour of the area with 38 historic markers along the Kennebec River. The State Capitol Complex has a fascinating museum about the history of Maine, and the historic Fort Western is a significant pre-Revolutionary War trading post.



Unemployment in Augusta is generally low at about 3.5%, and a number of top companies and major employers call this city home. Top occupations include public administration, healthcare, and retail.



Families residing in Augusta may send their children to public schools served by the Augusta Public School District. Additional educational opportunities in the area can be found at the University of Maine at Augusta, the third largest university in the State System.

local conveniences

Shopping & Dining

Downtown Augusta has grown tremendously over the past 10 years, and a number of delicious restaurants and unique shops can be found in this part of town. The Augusta Marketplace is a popular shopping complex of over 40 stores, meaning it's easy to find exactly what you need in Augusta.

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Community Events

From holiday celebrations to cultural festivals and musical performances, Augusta is an inclusive community with a lot going on. Getting to know your neighbors is easy when there's so many fun events to partake in right outside your front door.

Augusta Attractions

Shopping, dining, and entertainment are just minutes away when you live in Augusta. Explore these fun things to do!

Augusta at a Glance

quick facts

Quick Facts

Population (2016): 18,494
Zip Code: 04330
County: Kennebec
Mean Home Price (2015): $133,900


Travel & Commute

Hallowell: 5 min
University of Maine at Augusta: 5 min
Public Transit:  Kennebec Explorer
Airport: Augusta State Airport
Major Highways: I-95, Highway 202

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