WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF SCARBOROUGH, MAINE
Welcome to the Town of Scarborough's website. It is designed to provide information to visitors on our family oriented community of almost 20,000 residents and a site for our residents to find the latest information on town activities; actions of the Town Council and various boards and commissions; resources on town services, budget and financial information, recreational opportunities and town documents; and links to civic groups, schools and the library. For our visitors and recent newcomers, Scarborough is one of the fastest growing communities in the State of Maine, a premier community for families and businesses and a destination for outdoors enthusiasts. For residents we encourage frequent visits to the website, because it will provide you with the latest information on construction activity, pending actions before the Town Council, reminders on license renewals and helpful and useful information.
Agenda - Wednesday, May 22, 2013
RESULTS OF THE SCHOOL BUDGET VALIDATION REFERENDUM ELECTION HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 14TH - Results
TOWN OF SCARBOROUGH ADOPTED FY2014 BUDGET
The Scarborough Town Council adopted the FY2014 Budget on May 1, 2013.
OAK HILL AND PINE POINT PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS
The Town's Transportation Committee, coupled with the Town Council, have been working on sidewalk and crosswalk improvements. For more information, feel free to contact Dan Bacon, Town Planner @ 730-4041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town Council Transportation Presentation
PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE
TREE TRIMMING NOTICE
Lucas Tree has begun trimming a circuit in Scarborough that starts at the substation on Two Rod Rd. There is currently only one bucket crew on the circuit, but within a few weeks there will be 8-10 bucket crews in Scarborough. The major roads involved are Homes, Beech Ridge, Mitchell, Gorham, and Payne and the associated side streets. Please call 791-1008 with any questions.
New Code Enforcement Office Hours
CREDIT CARD SERVICES
The Town of Scarborough accepts the following credit cards for payment of service – MasterCard, Discover & Visa. A Service/Convenience Fee will apply to Cardholders who wish to pay via credit card. This fee will be disclosed to the Cardholder prior to the transaction being processed and the Cardholder will be given the option to choose another payment method (cash or check) to avoid this fee.
TOWN COMMITTEES/BOARDS - VACANCIES
The Town has vacancies on various Committees and Boards. Would you be interested in volunteering on any of the Committees/Boards? See what is available. If you are interested, please fill out the application and return it to the Town Clerk's Office. For more information, please call 730-4020.
The Town of Scarborough is a member of PACTS (the Transportation Planning Oganization for Greater Portland) and one of the roles of PACTS is to help the region plan for key transportation improvements and investments. The following brochure highlights twenty-three (23) critical transportation investments by the year 2023 that can help maintain and transform the transportation system in Greater Portland.
PACTS 23 BY 23
DUNSTAN CORNER INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IS UNDERWAY
This is a notification to make you aware that the area of Route 1 in the vicinity of the Broadturn, Pine Point and Payne Rd. intersections will be under construction from October 2012 until June 2013. This construction project will make significant improvements to the safety and operation of these intersections, but will at times slow traffic and reduce available lanes. We appreciate your patience and safety during the construction of these improvements.
If you have specific questions about the construction project, the schedule for construction, or the management of traffic during construction, please contact:
Shane Amoroso, Resident Engineer for the Project at 207-357-7330 or by email at Shane.Amoroso@tylin.com
If you have immediate questions or concerns for public safety please contact:
Scarborough Public Safety Communications Center at 207-883-6361
If you have any questions about the design of the intersection project and the background on the improvement plan please contact:
Dan Bacon, Town Planner, at 207-730-4041 or by email at email@example.com
To view the intersection improvement design, feel free to open t he following: Dunstan Corner Design 09-11
TURF / FIELD MAINTENANCE UPDATE
For more information and for MSDS sheets, please visit our Community Information page.
CABLE CHANNEL 2 & 3 SCHEDULE
NOTICE CABLE CHANNEL 2 & 3
Please check the town web site to view recent town meetings. For more information please call Community Services at 730-4150.
TOWN ROAD NOTICES
One can go directly to the Department of Public Works page for all the latest road notices, updates, schedules, road postings,lists and maps.
62-AND OLDER PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE REFUNDS
Scarborough adopted a resident 62-and older Resident
Senior Property Tax Assistance Ordinance (pdf). The application
for the program must be filed with the Assessor by October
15th of each tax year. The application form is available. If you have any questions concerning this program,
and for more information, please call the Assessor's Office at 730-4060.
ONLINE SERVICES AVAILABLE
NEW WEBGIS ONLINE MAPPING APPLICATION
The Town of Scarborough is pleased to announce the release of its new online mapping application. The WebGIS is an interactive map that runs in a web browser and provides the public with geographic data that was not previously accessible to them. Some of the data that is available includes: road centerlines, property lot lines, zoning, utilities, floodplains, water features, contours, and much more. Click on the image below to begin web mapping!
View PDF versions of the Help System that has been broken down into Basic and Advanced concepts of the WebGIS.
This application also provides access to assessing information using the Parcel Search tool and can be used to Find Abutters.
FIND IT FAST
Use this search page to search our web site.
AGENDAS AND MINUTES
ADOBE ACROBAT READER
To view some documents on this page, you will need Adobe Acrobat
Reader. Click the image below to download it from their website