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Posted on: October 31, 2019

Halloween on Main Street Draws Large Crowd

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What a beautiful night for Halloween on Main Street which was held Friday October 25 in Downtown Westbrook!  Ghosts, goblins and dinosaurs (yes dinosaurs!) filled the streets of Downtown Westbrook. The event was presented by the Westbrook-Gorham ...

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City of Westbrook News
Posted on: October 16, 2019

2020 Dog Registration is now open!

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State law requires you to license your dog by December 31st each year.   The license fee is $6.00 for a neutered/spayed dog and $11.00 for an unaltered dog. You may license your dog in person at the Clerk's office or online between October 15 and...

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Rabies Clinic 2020 City of Westbrook News
Posted on: May 24, 2019

Help Plan the Revitalization of the Westbrook Common

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Plan the Common

The Westbrook Common is one of the most visible, centrally-located public spaces in the downtown with the potential to become a vital destination activated by adjacent businesses, community activities and events.

Please join the community in...

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Posted on: December 17, 2018

WESTBROOK COMMUNITY TV CHANNELS HAVE MOVED TO 1301 & 1302

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Spectrum Cable TV has recently conducted a digital upgrade to their systems which has affected the City of Westbrook.  Customers should have received a notice from Spectrum about how this procedure would affect their service. All TVs now require ...

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City of Westbrook News
Posted on: October 31, 2018

Westbrook Works for You! Ad Campaign Video

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Great things are happening in Westbrook! We are experiencing a great deal of investment from the public and private sector, including Idexx's $62 million expansion, MaineHealth's $10.5 million purchase and investment in Downtown Westbrook and Waterstone P...

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