Alfred, Maine 04002
Alfred, ME Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Alfred Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The District is in the center of the village, located southwest to northeast on Route 202 and 4 (Oak Street) and along Kennebunk Road and Saco Road.
Alfred was named after the English King during the ninth century, Alfred the Great. In 1873, the most famous trial of its time in the state, the Wagner murders of Smuttynose Island, was held in the Alfred Court House. The town lies northwest of Sanford on Rte. 109, which continues into New Hampshire.
Acton, ME Population: 2010: 2,502
Alfred, ME Local Information
Alfred Police Dispatch: 911
Alfred Fire Department: 207-324-8969
Town Hall Telephone: 207-324-3521
Official Alfred, ME Website: alfredme.us
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