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The Maine Snowmobile Association


For MSA Members - Meetings, Events, Forms


September 10, 2017: LANDOWNER APPRECIATION/CLEAN UP DAY held by the Maine Dept of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife and Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. Register your club to participate by calling 207-287-5240 or email. Info needed: club, number of volunteers who will be participating, area of state, contact person/phone number-email, clean up sites you plan to work on. Kittery Trading Post gift cards will be awarded to the groups that clean up the most trash.

October 20, 21, 22, 2017: ANNUAL MAINE SNOWMOBILE SHOW, Produced by the Maine Snowmobile Association, in the Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine. Friday 4-9p.m., Saturday 9a.m.-8p.m., Sunday 9a.m.-3p.m. Mark your calendars! Interested in exhibitor space? Contact Bob Meyers, email, 207-622-6983.


All MSA members are welcome at Directors Meetings - voting privileges are reserved for the Club MSA Directors, their Alternates and Executive Committee members. The MSA Executive Committee meets monthly, often with a teleconference option. Details about upcoming meetings are published as they become available here and in The Maine Snowmobiler newspaper.

September 19: MSA DIRECTORS MEETING, at the Tri-Town Snow Riders clubhouse on Brown Road in Morrill. Social hour 5p.m., dinner at 6p.m., meeting follows dinner. Deadline for dinner reservations is September 14 - call or email the MSA office: 207-622-6983, email.

TRAILS COMMITTEE MEETINGS: Trails Committee meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30p.m. Some meetings are held at the MSA Office, 205 Church Hill Road in Augusta; others are held via teleconference. FMI you can contact the MSA office or Trails Committee Chair Mike Grass Jr.

A number of forms needed by MSA members can be accessed with the dropdown below, in pdf format. MSA Members: The MSA handbook and Business Certificate are password protected documents. The password is mailed to each club in the season's membership package, to be shared with all members. You can either obtain it from your club president or membership chair, or just contact the MSA office, 207-622-6983 or email.

Incorporated nonprofit snowmobile clubs: Click here to access the form and instructions for registering your club groomers, located on the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife web site.

Incorporated nonprofit snowmobile clubs: Click here to download the affadavit of exemption from Maine state sales tax for trail grooming equipment located on the Maine Revenue Services web site. This form should be filled out by a club officer and the seller of the equipment, and a copy made. One copy will be retained by the dealer for his use, and the second must be presented by the club representative when registering the grooming equipment.

Your club may be eligible for a refund of gasoline taxes paid in the operation of grooming equipment. The refund application form can be downloaded from the Maine Revenue Services web site.

Is posted on the State of Maine web site. Visit the Snowmobile Program in the Bureau of Parks and Public Lands, Maine Dept. of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

This is the report on the results of the Snowmobile Trail Grooming Funding Survey that was undertaken in the winter and spring of 2011 by Dr. Stephen Reiling of the University of Maine Orono in conjunction with the MSA Trails Committee. The study was funded as part of the MSA Trails Committee contract with the Department of Conservation this past season. There was a great response from clubs and municipal projects across the state, and the results are interesting reading - see what folks think here:Click here to view the report.

THE REPORT ON THE INTERNAL REVIEW OF THE SNOWMOBILE PROGRAM by Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry Commissioner Walt Whitcomb, was presented to the Legislature's ACF Committee. This study was initiated as a result of legislation introduced by the MSA. We believe that the report and recommendations will help increase transparency and equity within the program and help clubs statewide as we move forward. View the report.