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COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)
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You & Your Family

  • Protect Yourself and Others

    Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
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    Flu Vaccines Available

    Bangor Public Health still has flu vaccine! Please stop by the clinic during walk-in hours, or call to make an appointment.
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  • Healthy Bio Vegetables Freshly Picked from the Garden

    WIC Nutrition Guidelines

    WIC is a health and nutrition program for families. Most people know about WIC's food benefits, but WIC is much more than just food vouchers.
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  • Substance Use Prevention

    Substance use problems affect many youth, families, and communities. However, prevention works and no matter who you are, there’s something you can do to help.
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Program Highlights

Register For TIPS Alcohol Server Training

Public Health and Community Services Department offers TIPS Alcohol Sales Training for On and Off Premise Liquor Licensees.

Training sessions are offered free of charge, however space is limited and registration is required.

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Register for Lead-Safe RRP (Renovation, Repair and Painting) Class

Through December, landlords who own rental properties in Bangor can qualify for a scholarship to attend a required Lead-Safe RRP (Renovation, Repair and Painting) Class. Save $175 and learn how to take care of your properties in a lead-safe way.

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Bangor is Maine's 100th Member in the AARP Age-Friendly Communities Network!

Learn more about this work in our community to create an age-friendly city–great for people of all ages!

Bangor Livable Communities

Click Here for Bangor’s Livability GIS Map

Bangor's livability Map: https://fourtheconomy.shinyapps.io/mainelivabilitydashboard/

We're a car inspection station with a certified car seat technician on-staff!

Due to COVID 19, car seat distribution and inspections are currently on hold. A nurse is available for phone consultation if needed.

Car seat technicians are specially trained to:

  • properly install and inspect car seats
  • help  you figure out when it’s time to move to another car seat type as your child grows
  • re-inspect your car seat when you have moved it to another vehicle
  • offer guidance about car seat placement.
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WIC and Immunization/Travel/STD Clinics are now open by appointment!