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Biddeford in the News

There’s so much going on in the Biddeford community. Check out the latest buzz about Biddeford in national, statewide and local publications.

More ways to stay updated

Public Access programming is available on Channel 1301 with Spectrum Cable. The channel features live streaming of many municipal meetings as well as original community programming. Don’t have cable? You can watch online on our Videos/Agendas/Minutes page.

We post information about upcoming meetings, parking bans, and other citywide updates on an electronic sign on Alfred Street near the Biddeford Ice Arena.

  1. May Street Traffic Feedback

    What are your experiences with traffic concerns and pedestrian safety issues on May Street? If you have ideas on how to make it safer for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to share the road on May Street, the Policy Committee wants to hear from you. Read on...
  2. New Hours at City Hall Begin on June 27

    City Hall will be open to the public on a new schedule beginning on Monday, June 27. Monday and Tuesday Hours: 7 AM to 5 PM. Wednesday and Thursday Hours: 8 AM to 4 PM. Friday: Closed. Read on...
  3. Blood Drive at Community Center on July 12

    The City of Biddeford will host a community blood drive in partnership with the American Red Cross of Northern New England on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at the J. Richard Martin Community Center from 11 AM - 4 PM. Read on...
  4. Avian Influenza Affecting Local Bird Population

    Avian flu is affecting bird populations in our community. If you find a dead or dying bird on the beach, DO NOT touch or handle it. Please contact a lifeguard (if on duty) or contact the Police Department at their non-emergency number (207-282-5127). Read on...
  5. Mayor’s Task Force Seeks Community Feedback on Housing Affordability in Biddeford

    The Mayor’s Affordable Housing Task Force is seeking community input on housing affordability in Biddeford. Visit to participate. Read on...
  1. 6/14/22 State Primary Election & Municipal School Budget Validation Referendum Election Results

    The City of Biddeford's June 14, 2022 State Primary Election & Municipal School Budget Validation Referendum Election Results are now available. Read on...
  2. Public Comment Period and Public Hearing: CDBG Year 5 Action Plan

    Please be advised that a Public Comment Period is open from Friday, June 17 to Sunday, July 17, for the purpose of obtaining citizen comment regarding the CDBG Year 5 Action Plan. A public hearing will be held on July 7 at 5 PM at City Hall and via Zoom. Read on...
  3. City Manager Nominates Next Planning and Development Director

    City Manager James Bennett has asked the City Council to support his nomination of Gregory Mitchell as the City of Biddeford’s next Planning and Development Director. Read on...
  4. City of Biddeford’s Bond Rating Upgraded by Moody’s, S&P

    The City of Biddeford’s bond rating was upgraded by S&P Global Ratings to AA and Moody’s Investors Service to AA3 this month. Ratings can allow a local government to borrow at lower interest rates, saving taxpayer dollars over the life of the bonds. Read on...
  5. Purchase a Beach Permit Online

    We are pleased to offer residents a new online service for purchasing beach permits in 2022! New permit prices are in effect for Summer 2022. Read on...
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