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City Manager James Bennett, EMA Director Roby Fecteau, Police Chief Roger Beaupre, Fire Chief Scott Gagne, Public Works Director Jeff Demers, and City Clerk Carmen Morris held a virtual press conference to share the latest updates about the City of Biddeford’s COVID-19 response.
Our Emergency Management Director, Roby Fecteau, is in direct contact with county, state, and national government officials to gather the most up-to-date information and guidance about COVID-19 and distribute it to staff. Our departments are meeting daily to evaluate these updates and determine what steps the City should take. As a reminder, at this time, all City buildings are closed to the public and all governmental meetings are cancelled until further notice.
It is important for our staff to remain healthy during this crisis so that we can continue to serve you. Here are the latest updates on how we’ve modified our services to limit community spread of COVID-19.
As you know, this is a rapidly changing situation and we are continuing to meet daily to assess the community’s needs. We will continue to provide up-to-date information about our COVID-19 response and important community services at www.biddefordmaine.org/publichealth. You can also call our service hotline at 284-9020 for assistance with City services during this time.
The State of Maine’s hotline for COVID-19 information is 211. We urge you to call this number with any questions you may have about the virus.
Thank you for your cooperation during this difficult time.