The Town of York seeks the services of a project manager, whether employed as an individual or through a firm, to be the Town Manager’s project manager for a building conversion project. The Town is in the process of acquiring the 5.5 acre parcel at 9 Hannaford Drive, on which is located the American Legion hall and function hall, and seeks to convert this building to become the Town’s new Police Station.
TO VIEW THE RFP CLICK HERE
Click HERE to see the results of the July 11, 2015 Special Budget Referendum regarding the new Police Station location.
There are currently 5 vacancies on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee. Click HERE to view the Committee Charter. Contact Town Planner Dylan Smith for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention received notification from Massachusetts public health officials of a confirmed case of measles in an individual that traveled to Maine during their infectious period. This person traveled to Kittery while infectious and shopped at the Kittery Outlet Malls on April 20, 2015.
All suspect cases of measles should be reported immediately by phone to 1-800-821-5821
For More Information from Acting Chief Health Officer Dr. Christopher Pezzullo CLICK HERE
The public facilities (Bathhouse, Roadway, Sidewalks and Drainage) in the Long Sands Beach area of York Beach were constructed in the 40’s & 50’s. These much used facilities are functionally deficient and have out lived their useful life. The voters of the Town of York have approved three separate capital improvement projects: A drainage project just north of the Anchorage Inn was approved in May of 2012; A second drainage project just north of the Long Sands Bathhouse and the replacement and expansion of the Long Sands Bathhouse was approved in May of 2013.
In an effort to take advantage of economies of scale, close proximity and improve coordination between the above mentioned capital improvement projects the Board of Selectmen authorized combining the survey work for all four capital projects.
Follow the entire process of the proposed Long Sands Beach Master Plan: www.longsandsmasterplan.com/
For updates on the study of the York River and the Partnership Wild and Scenic River Program
The York Board of Selectmen encourages citizens to apply for any and all Board, Commission and Committee vacancies. Please visit the Town Manager's page or contact Missy Avery, Assistant to the Town Manager for more information on vacancies and applying for membership.
Stephen H. Burnssburns@yorkmaine.org
Phone. (207) 363-1000
Fax. (207) 363-1009/1019
Town of York
186 York Street
York, Maine 03909
Hours of Operation
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed Weekends & Holidays
Wendy AndersonFinance Directorwanderson@yorkmaine.org
(207) 363-1004, Ext. 224
Amber HarrisonCode Enforcementaharrison@yorkmaine.org
(207) 363-1002, Ext. 244
Mary-Anne SzeniawskiTown Clerk & Tax Collectormszeniawski@yorkmaine.org
(207) 363-1003, Ext. 272
Richard C. MaceTax Assessorrmace@yorkmaine.org
(207) 363-1005, Ext. 261
Douglas P. BracyChief of Police email@example.com
(207) 363-1031, Ext. 6801
Dean LessardDirector of Public Worksdlessard@yorkmaine.org
Michael J. SullivanDirector of Parks & Recreationmsullivan@yorkmaine.org
Chris BalentineVillage Fire Chiefcbalentine@yorkmaine.org
David K. BridgesBeach Fire Chiefdbridges@yorkmaine.org
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