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Town Roads are posted as of 3/1/2021, restricting heavy loads during the SPRING thaw.
Questions:  Call Amy Aiguier at 207-384-3012 or Jay Redimarker at 603-534-4977

South Berwick Public Library: Sourdough Starter Kit Giveaway Still baking bread?  Visit the Library for a Sourdough Starter Kit to while away the time while we wait for our turn to be vaccinated.

The link above is a collaboration of community organizations and aligned agencies offering free stress management, wellness and resiliency resources for anyone experiencing stress reactions to the pandemic.  It is important to remember that stress reactions are normal in a time of isolation, uncertainty and ongoing threat of illness.  It is reasonable to feel overwhelmed or exhausted, or to experience other stress reactions.  StrengthenMe is there to help!
Mills Administration Creates Free Fishing License Week to Encourage Maine People to Enjoy the Outdoors
Saturday, February 13 - Sunday, February 21
Click HERE for more information and to register online
A Notice from Representative Tiffany Roberts regarding the Farmers to Family Food Box Program

Native Maine Produce & Specialty Foods will be providing free family sized food boxes for those facing food insecurity.   This program is for the residents of House District 6 (North & South Berwick)  Each box will include meat, dairy products, and fresh produce.  One per family.

Noble High School
100 Noble Way
North Berwick ME  03906
Thursday, February 11, 2021
4:00 - 7:00pm  
(Cars may begin lining up at 3:30pm)

Click HERE for more information.
What's going on in South Berwick?  Are you involved?
All citizens are encouraged to participate in town government!  It belongs to you!

There has been a new link added to the Town Council page "Town Council Ordinance Work".
This list will include ordinances and policies the Council is currently working on. 
Please review the list on a regular basis; it will change as projects are removed when completed and new ones are added.

Get the correct information from the source.   
If you have a question about Town Council activities please contact the Town Manager at
If you have a question about Planning Board activities please contact Joe Rousselle at

The Town Council will be holding a public hearing on December 15th at 6:30pm to receive comments on the citizen initiative petition for Adult-Use Marijuana Retail Stores.   Please read the ordinance completely.   Ordinance for Adult-Use Marijuana Retail Stores.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Council strongly encourages submitting  your comments in writing.  They can be sent to the Town Manager at or the Town Clerk at

Please keep in mind that this was initiated by a resident and the Council hearing is simply to receive your comments and input.  Questions may not be answered the night of the hearing and may need to be reviewed by the Town's Attorney to be sure the correct information is given out.

To participate by ZOOM:
Meeting ID:  841 2762 8295
Passcode:  339398
Find your local number:
The York River Wild and Scenic Study Committee is happy to announce that Senator King and Senator Collins introduced a bill to designate York River into the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.  Click HERE for more information.

To view the press release, click HERE.
The application portal for Governor Mills' Economic Recovery Grant Program will now open on
Thursday, December 3rd at 9:00 am
This change was made due to power outages earlier in the week.

  • Grants will be awarded on a First Come - First Serve basis to the first 2,500 applicants which will allow for funding to be disbursed as applications are received and reviewed.
  • The application portal will remain open until the funds are depleted.
  • The application is expected to take about 10 minutes to complete.  Funds must be committed by December 30, 2020 per guidance from the U.S> Treasury Department.
  • Eligible applicants may receive up to $20,000
  • This application portal is for the Tourism, Hospitality & Retail industry.
Click HERE for more information.

Click HERE to access the Application Portal for the Maine Health Care Financial Relief Grant Program.
Governor Mills Launches $40 Million Economic Grant Program to Support Maine Tourism, Hospitality & Retail Small Businesses.
Click HERE for more information.
The Town of South Berwick is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Town Manager.
Resumes must be received by 4pm on Monday, December 14, 2020 addressed to:

Attention:  Town Manager Search
Town of South Berwick
180 Main Street
South Berwick, ME  03908


Click HERE for more information
Following Record COVID-19 cases, Governor Mills Announces New Face Covering Executive Order 11/5/2020 Face coverings must now be worn in public settings regardless of how far apart you are from other people.
Click HERE for more information.
The Town of South Berwick proudly announced this years recipient of the Spirit of America Tribute Award at the annual town meeting on July 28th.
The Spirit of America Foundation was established in Augusta, ME in 1990 to honor volunteerism.  It is presented in the name of Maine municipalities, and in 2020 opened up to Maine school districts as well, to celebrate local individuals, organizations and projects for commendable community service.
Congratulations and Thank You to the 2020 Spirit of America Tribute Award recipient
B. Dan Boyle
Click HERE to view some of the many ways Dan actively supports your community
Assessing Department Web User Information Click HERE for Assesing Department Web Help
Are you in need of assistance meeting your basic needs during this crisis?
There are services to help!
Contact York County Community Action's Kittery Office at 207-439-2699
Get connected to support for fuel, utilities, food, food delivery, etc., as well as help navigating the federal & state benefits that you are entitled to.
Don't wait, call today!

A Resident's Guide to a basic understanding of Property Tax Assessment and the impact it has to the 2019-2020 Tax Committment hosted by Perry Ellsworth, Town Manager and Craig Skelton, Town Assessing Agent.
Following Record COVID-19 cases, Governor Mills Announces New Face Covering Executive Order 11/5/2020 Face coverings must now be worn in public settings regardless of how far apart you are from other people.
Click HERE for more information.