Featured: Paper Streets

The South Portland City Council is seeking comment from property owners directly abutting so-called “Paper Streets” in the City about their interests in or concerns about these “Paper Streets.” The City has developed a web application (app) to collect and record public input. The web based app is at: http://southportland.maps.arcgis.com Read More

Events & Event Permits
July is Parks and Recreation Month in the City of South Portland. Check out some of these upcoming events. Read More
Clear Skies Legal Defense Fund
An option for a credit card & Paypal donation is now available. Read More
Want To Run For Office?
Information regarding the candidate petition process and deadlines for the November 7 Municipal Election have been posted to the City Clerk's website. Nomination papers are available July 31. Read More

To see all scheduled City Committee Meetings visit the Calendar

For the Week of July 17:

07/17/17    City Council Meeting (Executive Session @ 6:15pm)
07/19/17    Energy & Recycling Committee
07/20/17    Comprehensive Plan Implementation Committee



South Portland City Hall
25 Cottage Road
South Portland, ME 04106
(207) 767-3201

Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday
8:00am to 4:30pm

The Treasury Office and the City Clerk's Office remain open on Thursday  evenings until 6:30pm for the convenience of the public.



Watch live and archived city meetings online.


All city offices, including Public Works and the Transfer Facility, will be closed on the following dates:


Monday, January 2       New Year’s 2017

 Monday, January 16  Martin Luther King Day

Monday, February 20     Presidents’ Day

Monday, April 17      Patriots’ Day

Monday, May 29       Memorial Day

Tuesday, July 4        Independence Day

Monday, September 4     Labor Day

Monday, October 9      Columbus Day

Friday, November 10     Veterans Day

Thursday, November 23     Thanksgiving Day

Monday, December 25      Christmas


NOTICE: Under Maine's Freedom of Access (“Right to Know”) law, documents - including e-mail - in the possession of public officials about city business are classified as public records. This means if anyone asks to see it, we are required to provide it. There are very few exceptions. We welcome citizen comments and want to hear from our residents, but please keep in mind that what you write in an e-mail is not private and could show up in the local newspaper.