Coronavirus (COVID19) Information

Social Distancing Public Health Warning from Mayor Cayer - 3-24-20

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The Coronavirus (COVID19) Pandemic is currently a serious public health concern, and in an effort to combat community transmission of COVID19, the City of Lewiston is daily monitoring updates from the Maine Center for Disease Control (CDC), communicating with public health leaders, and actively taking safety measures. This page will be regularly updated with evolving news and information. Preventative practices are key. 

How To Do City Business From a Distance

Do City Business Online                                                                                                                              Using Mail: (Lewiston City Hall, 27 Pine Street, Lewiston, ME 04240)
E-mail: (Staff Directory - http://www.lewistonmaine.gov/directory.aspx
Telephone: (207-513-3000)
Drop-Box on Park Street Side of City Hall: Water bills, tax payments, etc.
FAX Machine: (207-784-2959) 

Updated Municipal Closure Info (As of 3/24/20)

  • Lewiston Recreation & Seniors Programs - Closed Until April 27, 2020
  • Lewiston Public Library - Closed Until April 27, 2020
  • Lewiston Public Schools - Closed Until April 27, 2020
  • LA CA$H - Closed for the Tax Season

Information Links

Health Information

What To Do If You Are Sick & Believe You May Be Infected? 

Maine CDC Health Alert Advisories

How Does It Spread & High-Risk Geographic Areas

How to Prepare Your Household

Tri-County Mental Health Services - Mental Health/Substance Concerns - 1-888-304-4673

State Crisis Hotline - 1-888-568-1112

                                                   What Can You Do to Protect Yourself?

  1. Practice social distancing, to include no social gatherings
  2. Watch for symptoms:  fever, cough, shortness of breath, and sometimes a sore throat.
  3. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer (60% alcohol content)
  4.  Avoid close contact with people who are sick          
  5. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  6. Stay home while you’re sick 
  7. Avoid close contact with others, "social distancing,"  such as handshakes, large groups of people.  
  8. Wipe shopping cart handles before use
  9. Evaluate plane travel

Thank you to the Maine CDC for the wealth of information it has provided.