Worried about the cost of heating your home this winter? You're not alone. Stop in at the Scarborough Public Library on Saturday, November 19th (9:30-10:30) for a free workshop offering tips, ideas, and freebies to help you save fuel and funds to keep you warm at home this winter.
ScarboroughHelps.org is piloting a new collaborative opportunity!
Nonprofits contribute a lot to Maine and to our community (VIEW MANP IMPACT REPORT) Beginning this summer, several local nonprofits will be sharing a tent at the Scarborough Farmers' Market, which meets every Sunday morning (9-1) June through October, in the parking lot in front of Town Hall, Route 1. Come see us - learn more about nonprofits building community in Scarborough!
If you are a leader of a Scarborough nonprofit, contact Marla Zando (c/o Project GRACE 883-5111) for more info and to reserve a spot in the tent.
The Biden administration is expanding access to at-home Covid-19 tests. Beginning this month, the government will mail up to 4 rapid antigen test kits to all US residential addresses. The tests are free and will ship in 7-12 days, To sign up, visit covidtests.gov and fill out the online form. If you need a test more quickly, contact your health provider, visit Maine's Covid info page, or call the hotline at 1-888-445-4111. The hotline can also help you find clinics offering vaccines and booster shots.
As of early August, the U.S. CDC is recommending that people in Cumberland County wear face coverings in public indoor settings. Per updated guidance, people in counties with “substantial” or “high” levels of COVID-19 community transmission are advised to wear face coverings in public indoor settings. U.S.CDC updates information daily (Click Here to view).
There are no new restrictions effective while doing business in Scarborough Town offices. The Town will continue to assess the State trends and follow CDC guidance as any changes occur.
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.
ScarboroughHelps.org is taking a break. We'll be back if/when the need arises.
In the meantime, if you are a resident of Scarborough looking to give or get help, please contact Project GRACE or the Town of Scarborough, Maine or visit the resource guide at the Scarborough Public Library. Additional resources for Mainers can be found at 211Maine.org or at your local town office or public library.