Featured: Combined Sewer Overflow ProjectsThornton Height - Pleasantdale Improvement Project - The City of South Portland Water Resource Department held a Public Information Meeting on Wednesday, February 12th to discuss planning for sewer drainage, utility and street improvements in the Thornton Heights and Pleasantdale neighborhoods. To view Read More
My Community MobileThe City of South Portland has a mobile application for your phone. Communicate directly to the city regarding issues in need of repair. Submit these issues by simply taking photos of the issue with your phone; it's that easy. Read More
Draft Ordinance CommitteeDraft Ordinance Committee - Please watch the City Calendar for this committees scheduled meetings. Read More
Useful InformationFlushing baby wipes is costing all of us in South Portland big bucks! At home, baby wipes can clog your plumbing, leading to messy toilet overflows and costly repairs. Even more serious, they also clog pumps and damage sewer systems, which costs us all big bucks. Read More
Join Rick Towle as he meets with Recreation Coordinator, Lisa Thompson and Parks Foreman, Mike Guibord at the new Wainwright Complex ice arena to talk about Winter Recreation programs and the upcoming Winterfest celebration on January 31 and February 1.
03-10-14 AARP Tax Assistance - Lower Level Conference Room
03-10-14 Council Workshop (6:00 P.M. start time)
03-10-14 School Board
03-11-14 Planning Board
03-13-14 Board of Harbor Commissioners
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AARP is offering tax assistance on Mondays from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM through April 14th
Please call 776-6316 to schedule an appointment
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