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The Biddeford City Council confirmed Mayor Alan Casavant’s nomination of Ashanti D. Williams as City Councilor for Ward 4 at the June 15 City Council meeting. His term will expire in December 2021. Read on...
Due to the recent change in state and federal COVID-19 policies, Biddeford City Hall will reopen to the public on Monday, May 24. Hybrid public meetings, which will include both in-person and virtual participation options, will begin on June 1. Read on...
The City Council passed the second and final reading of the Fiscal Year 2022 Budget at the June 15 City Council meeting. Read on...
The City of Biddeford is now accepting applications for Social Service Funding FY 2021-2022. Read on...
Voters approved the Fiscal Year 2022 School Budget at the June 8 School Budget Validation Referendum Election (206 Yes, 43 No). Read on...
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...
As part of our program to control vegetation emerging from pavements and sidewalks, the City of Biddeford will be completing pavement crack and crevice herbicide applications this season. Read on...
We need your help! Share your thoughts on Biddeford’s arts, cultural, and heritage activities in a quick survey. Your feedback will be used to help develop Biddeford's Cultural Plan. Read on...
Wright-Pierce will be conducting a smoke test of portions of the City's sanitary sewer system beginning the week of May 24. Do not be alarmed if you see smoke coming from building vent stacks, building roof leaders, the ground, or manholes. Read on...
For the 2021 shellfish license season, all non-resident recreational shellfish licenses will be issued by LOTTERY DRAWING. Read on...