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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.

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  1. Smoke Testing Sewer Lines

    Wright-Pierce will be conducting a smoke test of portions of the City's sanitary sewer system. Do not be alarmed if you see smoke coming from building vent stacks, building roof leaders, the ground, or manholes. Read on...
  2. November 3, 2020 Election Results

    Biddeford's results from the November 3, 2020 Election are now available. Read on...
  3. Grayson Street Named Biddeford's Worst Road

    Help us select "Biddeford's Worst Road", which will be guaranteed to be paved if Municipal Referendum Question 2 is approved by voters at the November 3, 2020 Election Read on...
  4. November 2020 Municipal Bond Referendums Pass

    At the November 3 Election Biddeford voters supported two General Obligation Bonds totaling $17.5 million. The projects included in the Bond Referendum were selected to address longstanding maintenance needs for City facilities and streets. Read on...
  1. Curbside Leaf Collection Dates

    Biddeford Public Works will offer free curbside leaf pickup on several dates in November. Leaves must be placed in biodegradable bags. Leaves may also be brought to the Recycling Center during regular operating hours. Read on...
  2. City and Project Partners Break Ground on Biddeford’s First Parking Garage

    The City of Biddeford, Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital, Amber Infrastructure Group and PC Construction broke ground on a 640-space parking garage to be located at 3 Lincoln Street. The garage will support parking needs in Biddeford's downtown. Read on...
  3. Clam Flat Closure

    Per the Maine Department of Marine Resources, all Biddeford clam flats are closed through November 30, 2020 due to water quality. Read on...
  4. Statement from Mayor Casavant on George Floyd

    Mayor Casavant delivered the following statement condemning racism in our community at the June 2, 2020 City Council Meeting. Read on...
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