In August, the City of Caribou sent out a newsletter to businesses. One of the objectives was to get information on businesses that want to be listed when our new page (www.cariboumaine.org/visit) launches later this year. There are four categories: Places to Stay, Dining, Activities & Services. The local consultants we are working with have created the form in an online version to make it easier for you to get your information to us. Also, if you have a logo you would like us to use – please email that. We plan to do a monthly “feature business” once the website is up and going.
We appreciate you helping us welcome visitors to the area! Here is the link to the survey (or you can use the QR code): https://forms.gle/u5N71M7ZAjG72xfg7
Thank you and please reach out if you have any questions or suggestions on how to promote our local businesses.
Executive Office Coordinator
City of Caribou
(207) 493 – 5962
With Federal forecasts expecting energy prices to remain high this winter, the Governor’s Energy Office has updated its winter heating resource guide to help Maine people and families take action to save money, improve their home’s energy efficiency, and find heating assistance if needed.
City Office Contact Information
The City Office is located at 25 High Street. You can reach us at 207-493-3324. Our office hours are Monday through Friday; 8:00 am – 4:30 pm.
ACAP and Local Public Schools to Host Open Classroom Days to Share Innovative New Partnerships that Provide Full Day Care for Area Preschoolers with Community. FMI: call (207)764-3721 or email: email@example.com
Maine Water Assistance Program now open. FMI: mainehousing.org
HEAP(Home Energy Assistance Program)- With record high fuel prices-now is the time to see if you qualify! FMI or to schedule a HEAP appointment call: (207)768-3053
ACAP is looking for qualified contractors. FMI: call (207)-764-3721.
Maine Homeowner Assistance Fund Program is now available. FMI or to apply: https://maine.gov/Home?Asist.com or by phone: (207) 764-3721.
ACAP is Hiring! To view Current Openings visit: www.acap-me.org
This program is available to all Maine water and wastewater utilities, specifically for their customers who fell behind on their bills during the COVID-19 pandemic. This program is tentatively scheduled to begin in mid-September of 2022.
You can learn more about the program details and sign up for updates by clicking the button below.
The Maine HAF will provide homeowners who were affected by Covid-19 with several types of support. To be connected to housing counseling services , call the Bureau’s foreclosure prevention hotline at 1-888-664-2569 (1-888-NO-4-CLOZ), TTY 711 or by website: https://www.maine.gov/pfr/consumercredit/homeowner_assistance_fund.html
Effective July 1, plywood and all other composite wood materials will now be treated as demo debris and not on the burn pile.