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Update from City Engineer

Update on storm drain project at North Main and Parker. The contractor has been delayed a week on their current project.  They are currently scheduled to do the overnight work to cross North Main Street on the nights of October 28th and 29th, barring any unforeseen delays.  Please be aware when traveling through the construction […]

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Employee Safety Training Day – Offices Closed

The Joseph L. Ferris Community Center, Brewer Public Library, Brewer City Hall and other administrative offices will be closed Friday, October 15th for Employee Safety Training. Brewer Public Safety – Brewer Police and Fire Departments are open 24/7. Call 911 for EMERGENCY CALLS. Call 989-7001 for NON-emergency calls. Many City Services are available online City […]

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Instructional videos for new fitness park

The City of Brewer’s Veterans’ Park Fitness Center is now open to the public! If you are unsure how to use the equipment, check out all three of our instructional videos for complete lower body, upper body, and core workouts. Adam Clark of Adam Clark Fitness will take you through each exercise showing you how […]

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Message from the City Engineer

Date:  September 20, 2021 Dear Brewer Resident/Business: The City will be replacing an over 100-year-old section of storm drain at the intersection of Parker and North Main Street beginning in the next few weeks.  The contractor doing the work will be Lou Silver, Inc of Veazie, Maine.  They are currently planning to do the work […]

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Brewer makes “Top Ten” in Maine for single-family homes sales

Brewer’s debut on the hottest towns list is also an outlier — the only town in the top 10 this year that’s not in the southern half of the state. The Penobscot County city of 9,000, across the Penobscot River from Bangor, had a 17.4% increase in home sales between 2019 and 2020. Its median sales price […]

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Dog registration update

If you received a letter from the Brewer City Clerk’s office reminding you to register your dog by February 1st, we encourage you to do so. However, the late fee referenced in the letter has been suspended by the State for the time being due to COVID-19. Please call the Clerk’s office at 989-7050 if […]

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