A friendly reminder- carts may be set out for collection the evening or day before, but must be set out by 7:00 A.M. the
There are a number of factors that may effect collection times on a route, weather, mechanical breakdown or a different route driver may change the time your recycling and trash are collected on your scheduled day. Carts need to be at the curbside no later than 7:00 A.M. on the scheduled collection day. We appreciate your help.
The Town of Scarborough is committed to transparency and access in all we do. The annual Budget Forum is an opportunity for residents to ask questions and receive answers about all things budget. We want to make sure that the Forum is as wide reaching and helpful as possible. Please help us serve you best by clicking the link below to participate in the survey. Thank you!
In 2007 Scarborough, Gorham, South Portland, and Westbrook identified a mutual interest in improving the overall traffic
The MDOT and MTA have completed their study identifying the feasibility of creating new connector corridor. The next step to move the Connector project forward is for the four municipalities to support a Legislative resolution which would grant the MTA the ability to build a connector once they determine the viability of environmental permitting and design. The Town Council will be discussing the merits of the project and considering support of the Legislative resolution on March 1.
Please see the attached for the presentation presented to the Town Council on February 15, 2017.
On behalf of the Transportation Committee, the Planning Department staff presented for Town Council consideration an
With the Maine Department of Transportation's paving project on Pine Point Road scheduled for summer, the Transportation Committee took the opportunity to investigate the issues along this stretch of roadway and incorporate a Complete Streets approach to the design, which includes facilities for bikes, pedestrians, traffic calming measures, and designated on-street parking. These were issues that were brought up at the public meeting held at the Pine Point Fire Station on March 22, 2016. It was very clear from public feedback that parking along both sides of Pine Point Road within a narrow paved shoulder was not a safe condition and modifications to the overall footprint of the corridor were necessary. Staff and the Committee took the feedback from the residents and have provided a proposed cross-section design that provides a safe and balanced approach to resolve many of the issues along this corridor.
To view the Presentation presented to the Town Council on February 15, 2017 please see the attached document.
The Town of Scarborough will host a public meeting about the development of a watershed-based management plan (WMP) for
In partnership with the Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District, Maine DEP and stakeholders, the Town of Scarborough has begun the implementation of an EPA grant to develop a WMP for Phillips Brook in Scarborough, Maine. Phillips Brook watershed is comprised of a little over one square mile of area in the Dunstan Corner neighborhood and drains to the Scarborough River and ultimately, the Scarborough Marsh, Dunstan Corner has a great potential for growth and development over the next decade.
Phillips Brook is listed as an Urban Impaired Stream in Maine DEP's Chapter 502 and is currently listed on DEP's 303(d) list of impaired waters as it does not meeting tis Class C water quality standards for dissolved oxygen and aquatic habitat. The cause of impairment of Phillips Brook is largely unknown but may be partially related to stormwater runoff from impervious cover, a historic impoundment, floodplain fill, and development in the lower watershed that has encroached on the stream channel, floodplain, and wetlands areas. The majority of the Watershed lies within Scarborough's "regulated area" under the NPDES Phase II Stormwater Program.
The WMP process, which involves local landowners, land trusts, governmental agencies and representatives from the Town of Scarborough, will help develop strategies to protect and improve the water quality of Phillips Brook. The WMP will also incorporate stakeholder recommendations and will be designed to address existing development, redevelopment and new development in accordance with current zoning and Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Scarborough. The watershed needs will be prioritized based on environmental benefits and impacts; estimated costs; right of way requirements; and feasibility of implementation. Most importantly, the plan will clearly detail what work is needed in order to improve and protect the water quality and aquatic habitat of Phillips Brook and identify an implementation strategy that includes cost estimates, funding strategy and sources, roles and responsibilities and completion schedules.
For Additional information regarding the plan and meeting contact:
Angela Blanchette, Town Engineer
Or visit our website at: http://www.scarboroughmaine.org/departments/planning-codes/planning/stormwater-management
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