Calais Recreation Summer Camp Registration Is Now Open!
**MaineDOT would like to get your feedback on the issues and priorities on which to focus over the next several years. This is your opportunity to tell us what you think is important. We have developed a survey that examines different aspects of Active Transportation and we hope that you’ll take just a few moments to complete the survey available through the link below.
We seek a dynamic response from across the state with a close examination of bicycle, pedestrian, and transit connectivity issues. We anticipate this survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.**
The City of Calais has entered into an agreement with Curative Labs to provide COVID Testing at the St. Croix #1 Fire House located at 9 Church St.
*** Please note that testing is no longer done at the Rec Center – Curative now operates out of the old fire hall next to the City Building ***
Nestled right on the Canadian border and the beautiful St. Croix River, the City of Calais, Maine, is located in eastern Washington County situated on the Canadian border and the beautiful St. Croix River.
Calais shares three international border crossings and a longstanding history with St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada.
Calais has historically been a city of commerce and is recognized as the primary shopping center of eastern Washington County and Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Currently retail, service, and construction businesses are the primary components of the Calais economy.
Calais is home to 3,123 residents and services a regional population of 15,000. Calais has worked to bolster its economy by revitalization of its downtown and development of an industrial park complete with sewer, water, three-phase power and transportation facilities. Calais is designated as a HUB zone for economic development. Calais has a remarkable endowment of historic buildings and natural beauty. The quality of life is further enhanced by the availability of an array of community facilities including a regional hospital, Washington County Community College (formerly WCTC), numerous parks and recreational facilities.
Provided below are the public notices published by the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, New England District, Regulatory Division, for the week of
January 10, 2022. You can view these public notices through this link:
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