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Community Ice Rink Becomes a Reality


In late 2020 a small group of Cape Elizabeth residents determined that given the continued restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, that a creative antidote was needed.  The solution, a “reliable, community-scale, outdoor ice-skatin…

Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Town Closings


Town offices and the Thomas Memorial Library will be closed Monday, January 18, 2021 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day.  School will also be closed for staff and students.  The Cape Elizabeth Recycling Cente…

Crescent Beach Boat Access Repair Public Information Meeting*


Updated 1/13/2021 * Previously posted as "Kettle Cove Boat Launch Public Information Meeting" Town Manager Matt Sturgis will host a public information meeting to discuss the Kettle Cove Boat Launch on Thursday, January 14, 2021 …

Town Manager's Report


January 11, 2021 The Town departments are all working on the Fiscal Year 2022 Municipal Budget. I am happy to report that our police department and emergency medical services personnel have received the first round of the COVID vaccine.  …

Dog Licenses Renewal/Registration Due


Updated: January 4, 2021 Dog licenses for 2020 expired on December 31st. Maine law requires dogs 6 months of age to be licensed. When registering your dog you must bring your dog's current rabies certificate and proof of spaying …

Cape Elizabeth Police Department Recognizes Detective Mark Dorval


The Cape Elizabeth Police Department is in the process of recognizing three officers for their milestone-years of service to the community from now through January 2021. Please join the police department in recognizing Detective Mark Do…

Greenbelt Trails Popularity Calls for Greater Mindfulness


The Town of Cape Elizabeth manages more than 18 miles of greenbelt trails which are beloved by many.  With COVID-19 restrictions drawing more people outdoors, the increased usage of the greenbelt calls for a reminder of trail guidelin…

School Board Approves Building Committee's Recommendation


At the December 15, 2020 meeting the School Board voted unanimously in favor of approving the School Building Committee’s recommendation to concurrently replace the elementary and middle school buildings with a single bond.  In addition, …

Senior Tax Relief Program Continues to Assist


During the Monday, December 14, 2020 Town Council meeting, Town Assessor Clinton Swett reviewed the annual report on the Property Tax Assistance Program as required by the Property Tax Assistance Ordinance adopted by the council on January 14, 2019.…

Cape Elizabeth Police Department Recognizes Sergeant Eric Fay


The Cape Elizabeth Police Department is in the process of recognizing three officers for their milestone-years of service to the community from now through January 2021. Please join the Cape Elizabeth Police Department in honoring Sergeant&n…

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