COVID-19 Transmission in Maine
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides an integrated County view map of Covid-19 transmission. The map tracks a 7-day case rate and use the data to identify levels of community transmission, ranging from Low, to Moderate, Substantial, and High.
Click Here to view the map. Select the fields “Maine” for State and “Cumberland” for County to view Scarborough levels. Check back often for your source of up-to-date information.
Town Hall is operating on its normal schedule and is open during the following hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Face coverings are required for all public and staff in Town Hall, regardless of vaccination status. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Public Health Advisory
We understand the concern around the spread of COVID-19 and are adhering to CDC guidelines to protect our community and employees. The Town Council, Town Manager, and all Department Heads continue to monitor Scarborough’s continued response to COVID-19.
We will provide updates on this page, as well as our other information channels, as response evolves. Please continue to be vigilant with your own personal health by following the recommendations and best practices from the CDC. Follow our Town Facebook page for updates, and connect with the CDC's Facebook page as they share updates about the virus and best practices for preventing the spread of it (visit the CDC website for more information).
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.
View our Town of Scarborough 2020 Fall COVID-19 Resource Guide