The City of Biddeford's Fiscal Year 2019 budget documents are online and can be viewed by clicking on the headline. Documents will be added and updated as the budget process proceeds. Check back often for changes.
Habitat for Humanity York County’s weatherization program, Keep York County Warm! (KYCW!), has partnered with Efficiency Maine and local energy auditors to provide professional energy audits and air sealing at no-cost to qualified low-income homeowners in York County. The City of Biddeford/Age Friendly Program is part of the efforts to bring these services to 8 eligible homes in Biddeford. For more information click on the link above.
Effective on January 1, 2018, Biddeford residents may opt-out of delivery of unsolicited printed or written materials. For more information and to compete the opt-out form click on the headline above.
On January 16, 2018, the Biddeford City Council (Council) adopted a prioritized work plan for projects and activities. The priority list will assist the city manager and city staff with ensuring time and resources are directed toward appropriate projects based on the Council’s priority ranking. An updated 2018-2019 Work Plan will be posted to this page on a regular basis. The updated report of the 2017-2018 Work Plan is also available.
City Departments put together their lists of needs over the next five years in the area of capital spending for vehicles and equipment, infrastructure upgrades or other major cost items. These requests are consolidated into a Plan book, which is forwarded to the City Manager for his evaluation and possible alteration. Once the City Manager has finalized his recommendations, books containing the Plan documents are produced and presented to the City Council for their review.
On April 14, 2017 FEMA issued the updated Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) to the City of Biddeford. Click on the headline above for more information.
The Downtown Task Force Subcommittee recently submitted a report to Biddeford City Manager Jim Bennett, after studying the issue of parking in downtown Biddeford for several months. A copy of the report may be download by clicking the headline above or by visiting the Economic Development Department's Downtown and Mill District Parking page.
A Message to the Citizens of Biddeford: Misleading Social Media Sites and Webpages
There have been several attempts recently to create social media pages and websites using the City of Biddeford’s official seal and name. While these sites may look official, please be aware that the City limits its internet and social media presence. In order for the public to confirm official City of Biddeford sites, the City has published a list of official web and social media sites and can be download by clicking on the highlighted link. This will allow the public to verify sites as official; if it isn’t on the list it isn’t an official City site.
It is important that the public have confidence in the information available on the web and through social media as it relates to official City business. Unfortunately, the continued efforts by one or more individuals to mislead the public, require staff and executives to expend time and effort responding to fake and misleading information.
You can help by reporting suspect social media pages and websites. An online reporting form will be available the week of January 2nd. In the meantime, please call 284-9313 to report a questionable site.
The City of Biddeford has begun an update of its Comprehensive Plan. Information on the update process and materials related to the plan can be found by going to http://www.biddefordmaine.org/compplan