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Caribou Planning Board Meeting Cancelled

There will not be a regular Planning Board meeting this Thursday, July 11, 2019. The next regularly scheduled meeting will be Thursday, August 8, 2019 @ 5:30 pm in City Council Chambers at City Hall, 25 High Street.

New ATV Registrations Available – City Clerk’s Office

Registrations purchased now do not expire until June 30, 2020. New fee is $45.00 plus agent fee.

Attention Section 8 Participants

Do you have ideas on how to help the Caribou Housing Agency achieve our mission? Give back and join the Board! Caribou Housing Agency is looking for volunteers to join the Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners is made up of seven local community members, of which two members are tenants of the Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Program. The Board meets on a quarterly basis (4 times per year), for about an hour to discuss policies, procedures, budgets, and goals for the Housing Agency.

Your Voice is Needed!

The staff of the Caribou Housing Agency is looking for your help. We currently have tenant seats that needs to be filled.

Interested Applicants must:

  • Be receiving Section 8 Rental Assistance, through Caribou Housing Agency
  • Be 18 years of age, or older
  • Be Able to attend quarterly meetings, in the evenings
  • Want to have more knowledge on what goes on behind the scenes

For more information, contact the Caribou Housing Director, Lisa Plourde at (207) 493-5971 or lplourde@cairboumaine.org.

Caribou Joins Highly Regarded Revitalization Program

 January 2019 “The City of Caribou recognizes the value of being part of the Maine Downtown Center’s Affiliate Program,” says Christina Kane-Gibson, City of Caribou Events & Marketing Director. ”The Main Street approach is a proven method of transformation that will bring our community even closer. I think our team is most excited about collaborating with the citizens and businesses who want to create positive change and economic opportunities in downtown Caribou.”  Full Press Release Here.

Announcing the 2019 Winning Dog

The winner of the $50.00 Veterinarian Certificate is Thor owned by Peter & Wynne Freeman. Congratulations! Thank you for licensing your dog!

Caribou Public Access Channel

The Caribou Public Access Channel is no longer Channel 8 on cable. It has been moved to Channel 1301.

Caribou Public Library Offers New Business Tool to Entrepreneurs

The Caribou Public Library recently subscribed to Gale Small Business Builder, a premier online business planning tool for individuals who are exploring the idea of entrepreneurship, want to start a small business or operating an existing business. This resource will help small businesses and nonprofits increase their likelihood of success by helping them build a Business Plan. This program is available to all patrons at the Caribou Public Library for free. Details are below:

Press Release – Small Business Builder

MDOT – Painting of Caribou Bridge #6255

The Maine Department of Transportation is currently working on the final design of a painting project for the Caribou Bypass Bridge #6255 in the City of Caribou. It is estimated it may begin as early as April 2018 and be completed by December 2018. You can find more details below:

MDOT – Painting of Caribou Bridge #6255

If you have any questions, concerns or other areas of interest, please contact Devin Anderson, Project Manager at Maine Department of Transportation Bridge Program: 446-0428 or devin.anderson@maine.gov.

MDOT – Painting of Caribou Bypass Bridge #6203

The Maine Department of Transportation is currently working on the final design of a painting project for the Caribou Bypass Bridge #6203 in the City of Caribou. It is estimated it may begin as early as April 2018 and be completed by December 2018. You can find more details below:

MDOT Painting Project – Caribou Bypass Bridge #6203

If you have any questions, concerns or other areas of interest, please contact Devin Anderson, Project Manager at Maine Department of Transportation Bridge Program: 446-0428 or devin.anderson@maine.gov.