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COVID-19 ALERTS

Visit our Public Health page, Community Resource page, or Business Resource page,  for updates regarding COVID-
19. You can also call our COVID-19 general community resource hotline. If you are uncertain how to accomplish something with the city due to the pandemic, need help finding available community or business resources, or are experiencing food insecurity, give us a call. We will do our best to point you in the right direction. The hotline number is (207)294-2436 and is available Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM. 

We are here to help you

For information about the Saco Parks & Recreation Department Friday meal pick-up program, please click here. You can reserve a free to-go meal if you are a Saco resident age 50+ by e-mailing Amelia Meier at AMeier@sacomaine.org or calling (207) 294-2436. Pick up is this Friday, April 10th at the Saco Community Center (75 Franklin Street) between 11 AM and 1 PM.

Businesses:
There are several resources available for our business community. Please visit our business resources webpage, call our Planning & Development team at (207)282-3487, or email DClavette@sacomaine.org, if your Saco business needs assistance.

If you need help finding resources such as general assistance, the Saco Food Pantry, and other resources, please call (207)282-4191. We are here to connect you with the resources you need. 

Municipal Facilities Closed to the Public 
To minimize exposure to our employees, volunteers, and the public, all municipal facilities  and the Saco Transportation Center will be closed to the public effective March 17, 2020 until further notice.  Some public meetings will be conducted via Zoom and others will be postponed until further notice. 


We are implementing preventive actions out of caution, not panic. We feel this is in the best interest of our community and we appreciate your assistance in keeping our community members safe. City staff are preparing plans for the continuation of municipal services and minimizing risk to employees under the Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines regarding COVID-19.

The Mayor would like to encourage all citizens to practice enhanced social distancing and follow the Center for Disease Control and Preventions recommendations to minimize the spread of COVID-19. A full press release can be found on the city’s website here

SENIOR CITIZEN TAX WORK-OFF PROGRAM
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Tax Work-Off program is temporarily suspended and the office is closed.  Please call Mary Starr at 207-468-0392 if you have any questions regarding the program. Applications are still being accepted for the 2020-21 program year. Please see submission instructions here.

BSOOB Transit and Amtrak Downeaster Service
The Transportation Center has been closed to the public; however, there is still bus and train service. For information about bus and train service, please visit the BSOOB Transit and Amtrak Downeaster websites. 

Feeding Our Community 
You can learn more about different initiatives in the news section of our website.