Other News and Updates

  1. City of Biddeford School Budget Validation Referendum Election

    The School Budget Validation Referendum Election will be held on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. All election day voting will take place at the Biddeford High School Tiger Gym (20 Maplewood Avenue). The polling place will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Read on...
  2. Fiscal Year 2022 Budget

    The Fiscal Year 2022 Budget process is now underway. The City Council will continue budget deliberations at a virtual Workshop on May 17 at 6:00 p.m. Read on...
  3. Comprehensive Plan Update 2021

    The City of Biddeford is updating its Comprehensive Plan, and we want to hear from you! Your involvement will help influence life in our city over the coming years. When we all come together, we can create a shared vision for the future Biddeford. Read on...
  4. Non-Resident Recreational Shellfish License Lottery

    For the 2021 shellfish license season, all non-resident recreational shellfish licenses will be issued by LOTTERY DRAWING. Read on...
  5. City of Biddeford Awarded $1.2 Million Grant for Improvements to Pearl Street

    The City of Biddeford has been awarded a $1.2 million grant to support the economic revitalization of city’s downtown mill district by making roadway and utility improvements on Pearl Street. Read on...
  6. Biddeford's First Parking Garage Reaches Construction Milestone

    PC Construction raised the final panel of the parking garage into place at a March 19 ceremony. Construction of the physical structure is now complete, with utility work and finish to follow. The garage is expected to be open to the public by July 2021. Read on...
  7. South Street Sidewalks to be Replaced this Spring

    An upcoming construction project may impact traffic flow on South Street in Biddeford between Elm Street and Jefferson Street beginning on Monday, March 22. Read on...
  8. Lead Poisoning Prevention Highlighted During Week of the Young Child©

    The City is celebrating year two of its Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, designed to safeguard the health of Biddeford’s youngest residents by reducing their exposure to lead in the home. Read on...
  9. New Option to Upgrade to a 64-Gallon Trash Cart

    The Biddeford City Council has adopted an ordinance that allows residents that are currently qualified for trash pickup to replace their 35-gallon trash cart with a 64-gallon trash cart for a yearly fee of $122.00. Read on...
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