The City of Bangor has announced that City Hall, along with all other City offices, will close to the public at the end of the business day Tuesday, March 17th, until it is advisable to reopen public facilities. City Hall staff will continue working and are available to assist via phone and email. Many transactions can be conducted online at www.bangormaine.gov, including property taxes, sewer bills, vehicle registration, and more.
The Community Connector is allowing limited access for purchase of tickets and passes. They are closed to the public for all other functions.
If you need general information on COVID-19, including how it spreads, how it can be prevented, and what the pandemic’s status is in the State of Maine, please call 211.
If you are concerned that you have symptoms of COVID-19, please call your healthcare provider or the CDC at 1-800-CDC-INFO.
For non-life threatening situations, you can always call the non-emergency public safety line at 947-7384. All emergencies should call 911.
City staff is monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves, including daily briefs with all departments and local partners. The City of Bangor will provide updates on its website on a daily basis; please visit www.bangormaine.gov for more information.