Featured: Online Services

The City offers many services that can be done online or over the phone. If you are not feeling well, please do not enter public buildings and consider taking advantage of the online services or giving us a call. For general assistance, please call us at (207) 767-3201. Read More

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person or possibly by contact with a surface or object that has the virus on it, and then touching one’s mouth, nose, or possibly eyes. The virus that causes COVID-19 is a novel (never-before seen) coronavirus that was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China. The virus has since spread to several countries including the United States, with a number of cases reported in multiple states. Read More
Elections & Voter Registration
The State of Maine Primary and Municipal School Budget Validation Referendum will be held on July 14, 2020. You may click here to request your absentee ballot or call us at (207) 767-3201 to request your ballot be mailed to you. Ballots will be mailed as soon as they are available, around June 12. Read More
Air Quality Concerns & Monitoring
Do you notice strong odors outside your home, such as petroleum, natural gas, etc? Are you curious as to what it is you are breathing in and if there are possible health hazards? Click here for updates on the City's air quality monitoring program. Read More

To see all scheduled City Committee Meetings visit the Calendar

 

REMOTE MEETINGS: For the Week of May 25

The following meetings will be held remotely ONLY via Zoom, not in-person; please click on link for instructions.   

City Council meetings, School Board meetings, and Planning Board meetings, and certain City committee meetings will continue to be live-streamed and available online via SPC-TV and on TV Channel 1301. 

To join & participate in meetings:
For all meetings, you may participate by following the directions on the posted agenda to join the Zoom meeting by phone or computer.  To indicate your wish to speak during the meeting, please press *9 (if joining by phone) or use the "Raise Hand" feature if joining by computer (found under the "Participants" button in the lower panel).  If you are having any technical difficulties during the meeting, use the Chat feature or press *9 to alert the meeting host.   Members of the public will not have the ability to share their screen or turn on their cameras, so members of the meeting will not be able to see you, but they will be able to hear you.

 

05-25   Municipal Offices Closed - Memorial Day

05-26   City Council Meeting/Budget Workshop #1 (PDF)

05-27   Open Space Implementation Committee

05-27   Economic Development Committee

05-27   South Portland Housing Authority

05-27   Planning Board (PDF)

05-28   Board of Harbor Commissioners Workshop & Public Hearing

05-28   Middle School Project Subcommittee Exterior Finishes

05-28   Conservation Commission - Site Visit

 

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.


 

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Watch live and archived city meetings online.

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

January 1 (New Year's Day)
January 20 (Martin Luther King Jr Day)
February 17 (Presidents' Day)
April 20 (Patriots Day)
May 25 (Memorial Day)
July 3 (Independence Day)
September 7 (Labor Day)
October 12 (Indigenous Peoples' Day)
November 11 (Veterans Day)
November 26 (Thanksgiving Day)
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.

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2020 City Construction Projects