Stop by Town Hall this Saturday for the 11th Annual "Keep Our Neighbors Warm" Community Fuel Rally! It will be held from 10am-Noon and brings together several Scarborough nonprofits for a good cause.
Game schedules for Indoor Soccer are now posted.
Send your GradeK-5 student to use for the February school break!
Age-Friendly Scarborough is launching a Speaker Series to support those aging in Scarborough. The first program will be held Monday, February 27th from 3:00-4:00pm at the Scarborough Community Services Hub at 418 Payne Road. The panel discussion topic is "Aging Safely in Your Home" and will feature Mobility One, The Iris Network, Scarborough Fire Department, and other local agencies,
Cold temperatures are on their way, but planning for community projects and council goals is just warming up. Read on for details of recent Town achievements, what's ahead, and how you can be involved.
By Jon Anderson, Town Council Chair
There is so much to look forward to in 2023! The Town Council approved 2023 goals, and while we have set an ambitious agenda for the year, I have faith that this Council in partnership with our Town Manager, amazing Town Staff, dedicated Town Committee members and your support, can make it happen. Read more about our areas of focus.
A new heating assistance fund called Keeping Cumberland County Warm is available to income eligible Scarborough residents. Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply through Project GRACE. The application deadline is April 10, 2023.
We will be conducting a lottery for the 2023 season for kayak storage spots at Pine Point, Ferry, and Clay Pitts.
Our Community Services department is seeking creative, energetic, caring, responsible, and dependable applicants to work part or full time 20-40 hours/week in our eight-week seasonal summer day camp program. The program consists of children who are entering kindergarten through 6th grade. Applicants are responsible for supervision on and off site and for planning activities and providing them daily. Candidates must have completed their junior year of high school.
The Town of Scarborough hired Norman Kildow as its new Finance Director. His first day was Tuesday, January 3. Kildow comes to Scarborough from the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he spent 19 years in the finance department. Learn more.