Welcome to the home of Cape Elizabeth Community Services – your place for everything recreational, educational, and cultural in the Town of Cape Elizabeth. Here you will find all of the information you need regarding our programs, as well as any changes or cancellations that might come up. You will even be able to conveniently sign up for many of the programs online. If you are still unable to find what you are looking for, just give us a shout – we’d love to help!

Our mission at Cape Elizabeth Community Services is to provide versatile community programs offering educational, cultural, recreational, and social enrichment opportunities to a wide segment of the citizenry. Our commitment to lifelong learning creates a flexible and comprehensive delivery of services that meets the changing needs and interests of the community. We are committed to enhancing and improving the quality of life for the residents of Cape Elizabeth.

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7th/8th Grade Boys Basketball

Participate in our recreational basketball league with Coach David Shields! Compete against other teams from surrounding communities. Practices start on Monday with 7-8 games to be played on Wednesdays/Thursdays January – March. Program #: 222-394. Fee: $75. Call 799-2868 to register.

Masks to be required inside all Town buildings as of August 9, 2021

In an August 6, 2021 Memo to Town Department Heads, Town Manager Matthew Sturgis announced that effective Monday, August 9, masks will be required in all Town buildings for staff, visitors, and customers conducting business in Town buildings.  This requirement will be reviewed each Friday and will reflect the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations.

The decision follows an August 4 Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcement which states that a number of counties in Maine are considered as substantial or high-risk for the Delta variant for COVID-19; As part of this designation, mask wearing is strongly recommended when indoors for both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.  This is due to the highly contagious nature of the Delta variant and the potential for breakthrough infections.

Sturgis reported that, “Cape Elizabeth is currently in excess of 95 percent vaccinated, and Town staff is similarly vaccinated.  However, there is a concern on exposure and potential breakthrough infections for Town staff and visitors to Town buildings.