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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. Senator Collins Announces $3.2 Million Grant for Lead Hazard Remediation in Biddeford

    The City of Biddeford has received a total of $3,246,744 in federal grant funding to establish a program that will help remove lead paint from Biddeford homes. Read on...
  2. Biddeford City Hall Clock Restored to Working Condition

    The Biddeford City Hall is ticking once again. Balzer Family Clock Works reinstalled the E. Howard & Co. clock in the Biddeford City Hall clock tower on October 10 after making the necessary repairs to restore it to working condition. Read on...
  3. City Council Approves Parking Garage Financing Proposal

    At their September 17 meeting, the Biddeford City Council voted to authorize the City Manager to enter into a Joint Development Agreement with TFIC Sewall to build a downtown parking garage as well as complete the next phase the City’s RiverWalk. Read on...
  1. City Council to Host Workshop on Parking Garage Proposal on September 10

    The City Council will host a public workshop on a proposal from Biddeford Innovation, Inc. to build a parking garage and complete the next phase of the City’s RiverWalk. The project will not use residential property tax dollars or raise the tax rate. Read on...
  2. Fiscal Year 2020 Tax Rate Set

    At their July 16 meeting, the Biddeford City Council set the tax rate for Fiscal Year 2020 at $19.98 per $1,000 in taxable value. Read on...
  3. Mayor's Welcome to Biddeford

    Welcome to Biddeford! Incorporated in 1853, Biddeford was once known as a textile mill town. While we’ve gone through quite a few changes since then, we’re staying true to that legacy, creating a 21st-century economy centered around our mills Read on...
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