There are 12 Border Patrol Offices in Aroostook County, Maine, serving a population of 68,840 people in an area of 6,670 square miles. There is 1 Border Patrol per 5,736 people, and 1 Border Patrol per 555 square miles.
In Maine, Aroostook County is ranked 1st of 16 counties in Border Patrol Offices per capita, and 1st of 16 counties in Border Patrol Offices per square mile.
Find Aroostook County, Maine Border Patrol and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) offices.
Bridgewater Maine Border Patrol 454 Boundary Line Road Bridgewater, ME
Fort Fairfield Maine Border Patrol 4 Boundry Line Road Fort Fairfield, ME
Fort Fairfield Maine Border Patrol 205 Limestone Road Fort Fairfield, ME
Fort Kent Maine Border Patrol 401 West Main Street Fort Kent, ME
Hodgdon Maine Border Patrol 96 Old Calais Road Houlton, ME
Houlton Maine Border Patrol 96 Old Calais Road Houlton, ME
Houlton Maine Border Patrol 27 Customs Loop Houlton, ME
Houlton Maine Border Patrol 591 North Street Ludlow, ME
Limestone Maine Border Patrol 410 Grand Falls Road Limestone, ME
Madawaska Maine Border Patrol 63 Bridge Avenue Madawaska, ME
Van Buren Maine Border Patrol 137 Bridge Street Van Buren, ME
Van Buren Maine Border Patrol 9 Main Street Van Buren, ME
The Aroostook County Border Patrol is a field office of the U.S. Border Patrol in Aroostook County, ME, which is a federal law enforcement agency charged with protecting the nation's borders by preventing the illegal entry of aliens and contraband into the United States. The Border Patrol is a division of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), which is one agency within the Department of Homeland Security. The agency's top priority is preventing terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the country, and other critical tasks include preventing human trafficking, drug trafficking, and threats to U.S. agriculture from pests and disease. Aroostook County Border Patrol agents exercise a significant degree of authority to search, interrogate, and apprehend persons arriving at any U.S. port of entry or passing between ports of entry. All inbound air, marine, road, and rail traffic is subject to checks by Aroostook County Border Patrol agents.You may contact the U.S. Border Patrol for questions about: