Scarborough will hold a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. to allow the public an opportunity to weigh in on Scarborough’s climate change and resiliency priorities. Town staff will provide an overview of vulnerable infrastructure and there will also be time for participants to suggest additional priorities.

Scarborough is looking to apply for a Community Action Grant to carry out projects related to Maine’s 2020 Climate Action Plan, Maine Won’t Wait.

“Public engagement and participation are key parts of the grant process, and we hope to have strong representation from the community,” said Jami Fitch, Scarborough’s sustainability coordinator.

Those wishing to attend the community meeting should register using the link posted in the calendar on the Town’s website. Information gathered during the meeting will be used to inform future funding proposals and Town initiatives.

Materials will be provided on the Town’s website prior to the meeting.

For more information, contact Jami Fitch at (207) 730-4035 or

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