Scarborough Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Municipal Building Update [Updated 6/23/2020]

The Town of Scarborough will reopen municipal buildings and outdoor public spaces following the guidance of the State of Maine. Upon our reopening, in either late May or on June 1, and through July 31, 2020, the Town Hall will be open to the public during the following hours:

Monday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Please stay tuned for updates, we will announce when we will be opening to the public by posting to our website, sharing on Facebook, and on SCTV channel 1302.

Beaches During COVID-19

June 19- Beach Facilities Open to the Public

Until June 19 we will have two porta-potties at each beach location.  Due to overall staff shortages we will be encouraging a "carry-in/carry-out" policy for trash by reducing the number of trash barrels on the beach.  The restrooms will be cleaned daily. We will be considering the unique characteristics of each beach and preparing signage accordingly.

Please remember to follow the CDC guidelines for physical distancing, maintain good personal hygiene and come prepared for limited access to facility amenities. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in advance. Please do your part to make sure we can keep this resource open for all to enjoy.

Please use the following link for current information on Beaches & Seasonal Beach Passes


Update From The Scarborough Town Manager
 

Video Updates

Additional Resources:
Maine CDC Facebook Page              





Town of Scarborough Information:


Public Health Advisory

We understand the concern around the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are developing preventive measures to better protect our community and employees. The Town Council, Town Manager, and all Department Heads are working daily to adjust Scarborough’s continued response to COVID-19.

As this situation is evolving we will be providing periodic updates to our community on this page, as well as our other information channels. 
Now, more than ever, we encourage residents to utilize our online/mail-in services!
 
Please continue to be vigilant with your own personal health by following the recommendations and best practices from the CDC. Stay connected to all of our town platforms.

In addition, we recommend that residents connect with the CDC's Facebook page as they are sharing daily updates about the virus and best practices for preventing the spread of it. You can also visit their website for more information. We will continue to monitor the situation and will post updates frequently. Share this message far and wide and check in with your neighbors!


Do you need help during this time? Are you interested in helping others? Please let us know! Scarborough Helps is a collaboration between Project GRACE, The Scarborough Public Library, and The Town of Scarborough, providing information about opportunities to help your neighbor and how to get help for yourself, a family member, or neighbor in Scarborough.


Useful Guidance & Protocol Documents

Maine COVID-19 Guidance & Reopening Checklists





















CDC Documents

  • Wash-Your-Hands.pdf   523k - Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Town Webmaster (v2)
  • Sick-With-2019-nCoV-Fact-Sheet.pdf   158k - Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Town Webmaster (v2)
  • share-facts-h.pdf   106k - Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Town Webmaster (v2)
  • Handwashing-Middle-School.pdf   571k - Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Town Webmaster (v2)
  • 2019-NCOV-Factsheet.pdf   108k - Mar 13, 2020, 5:56 AM by Town Webmaster (v2)
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