All of Maine is divided into 'townships'. Most of Maine's townships are 'unorganized townships' [UTs], which means they have no local city government and do not collect taxes.

Some of Maine's UTs were once organized and they have place names, but at some point they decided to turn in their township charter and stop collecting taxes. They were each at one time 'official' towns and taxed their residents, but now they don't, though most of them are still occupied.

Some of Maine's UTs were never official towns so they are labeled by grid coordinates [like R1 T13, etc]

Since Maine's UTs are not official towns there is very little census data to look at for them. It is difficult to compare them in terms of population, since they do not officially exist. But they are named, they are on maps, and folks do live in them.

List of Townships
  • Alder Brook
  • Appleton
  • Attean
  • Bald Mountain
  • Big Six
  • Big Ten
  • Big W
  • Bigelow
  • Blake Gore
  • Bowtown
  • Bradstreet
  • Brassua
  • Carrying Place
  • Carrying Place Town
  • Chase Stream & 10,000 Acre Trac
  • Comstock
  • Concord
  • Dead River
  • Dole Brook
  • East Moxie
  • Elm Stream
  • Flagstaff
  • Forsyth
  • Hammond
  • Haynestown
  • Hobbstown
  • Holeb
  • Indian Stream
  • Johnson Mountain
  • King & Bartlett
  • Lexington
  • Little W
  • Long Pond
  • Lower Enchanted
  • Mayfield
  • Misery Gore
  • Misery Township
  • Moxie Gore
  • Parlin  Pond
  • Pierce Pond
  • Pittston Academy Grant
  • Plymouth (Boyd)
  • Prentiss
  • RaytownTownship
  • Rockwood Strip T1 R1
  • Rockewood Strip T2 R1
  • Russell Pond
  • Sandbar Tract
  • Sandwich Academy Grant
  • Sandy Bay
  • SaplingTownship
  • Seboomook
  • Soldiertown
  • Spencer
  • Spring Lake
  • Squaretown
  • St. John
  • T 4 R 17
  • T 5 R 17
  • T 5 R 18
  • T 5 R 19
  • T 5 R 20
  • T 5 R 6
  • T 5 R 7
  • T 6 R 17
  • T 6 R 18
  • T 7 R 16
  • T 7 R 17
  • T 7 R 18
  • T 7 R 19
  • T 8 R 16
  • T 8 R 17
  • T 8 R 18
  • T 8 R 19
  • T 9 R 16
  • T 9 R 17
  • T 9 R 18
  • T10 R16
  • Taunton & Raynham
  • Thorndike
  • Tomhegan
  • Upper Enchanted
  • West Middlesex Canal Grant