News and Updates
04/04/2020: The Planning Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed revisions to the Land Use Ordinance to address marijuana definitions, uses and standards and Select Board Licensing.
04/04/2020: For the time being, the Town of Bowdoinham will be conducting public meetings via video conferencing. This is in accordance with emergency legislation (PL 2019, c. 617) enacted by the Maine legislature on March 17, 2020, which temporarily authorizes remote participation at municipal board and committee meetings by board members and the public. The Select Board has arranged for the public to safely view or listen to various municipal board meetings such as the Select Board, Finance Advisory Committee and Planning Board via Zoom. Joining by Computer
04/01/2020: Attached is a slide deck of what is required because once you start it you cannot save, you must finish the entire application. If the business has the sales and expense info for the previous 12 months, the entire app shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes. Even if a business doesn't get or want the loan, one could still be eligible for the $10K grant portion (they call it forgivable).
04/01/2020: Below you will find the Executive Order from the Governor waiving and extending certain motor vehicle laws with respect to driver licenses, business licenses and registrations.
04/01/2020: Update Regarding COVID-19 Impact on Trash and Recycling in Bowdoinham
03/25/2020: As a result of the COVID19 State of Emergency the Bowdoinham Town Office and municipal buildings are closed. While our Municipal Office is closed all Planning Board and CEO applications and application materials must be mailed to the Town Office at 13 School St, Bowdoinham, ME 04008. Planning Board applications should be mailed to the attention of Nicole Briand and CEO applications should be mailed to the attention of Darren Carey. In addition, for Site Plan Review, Subdivision, Shoreland Zoning and Floodplain Management permit applications, an electronic copy of all application materia
03/25/2020: Good morning Bowdoinham , The Recycle Barn will remain closed for the foreseeable future. Please do NOT drop off materials in the yard while we are not open. It creates a public health issue and is considered littering. Trash and recycling curbside pick up will continue as scheduled on Thursday mornings starting at 6am. Trash tags and recycle bags are available and can be purchased at the Bowdoinham hardware store.
03/21/2020: As a result of the COVID19 State of Emergency the Bowdoinham Town Office and municipal buildings will remain closed indefinitely. The Town Manager and Board of Selectmen will continue to monitor the situation. Further announcements will be posted as necessary. In the meantime, follow the precautions from the Center for Disease Control and stay safe and healthy.