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REQUESTS FOR SANFORD PD PATCH Monday, December 5, 2016

 POLICE PATCH REQUESTS

 

The Sanford Police Department receives numerous requests from police patch collectors and law enforcement enthusiast around the world. The distribution of the Sanford Police Department uniform shoulder patch is restricted and it is our policy to only issue uniform patches to authorized employees of the department. For security reasons the uniform patch is not available to the public and is not available for purchase.

 

 


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City of Sanford Parking Ban/Ordinance Friday, November 13, 2015

Please read the below city ordinance that runs between December 1st and April 1st for the listed streets. During a city wide parking ban there is no on street parking allowed. We will update you when possible via Facebook. Parking ban info will also be on the City's website and news outlets. Please remember that if you are parked on the street during a ban you are subject to a parking ticket and your vehicle may be towed at the owner’s expense. We rely heavily on your cooperation so that the streets and sidewalks can be cleared for pedestrian and vehicular travel.
A. The Director of Public Works (or his designee) may declare that an emergency exists any time during the calendar year. The emergency shall be announced by notifying local radio and television media, by notifying other public safety departments of the Town, and by other appropriate methods. The declaration of an emergency shall be accompanied by a ban on on-street parking. The announcement shall include the duration of the parking ban and that parking is prohibited on any public way until the parking ban is lifted.


 PUBLIC WORKS - WINTER POLICIES - REVISED 11.07.13.pdf
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CITY OF SANFORD SALE OF ARCTIC CAT 550 BEAR CAT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: CITY OF SANFORD SALE OF ARCTIC CAT 550 BEAR CAT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: Tuesday, November 10, 2015

 The City of Sanford, Maine is seeking proposals for the sale of one Arctic Cat 550 Bearcat Longtrack 2-up Snowmobile with electric start and reverse. Known condition specifics are below. The snowmobile was acquired by the Sanford Police Department through the military surplus program at DLA site Susquehanna, PA in September 2012. It has been stored outside and uncovered since that time.

Make: Arctic Cat Year: Unknown
Model: 550 Bearcat 
Miles: 361 (Three hundred sixty-one)
Engine: 550 Gasoline Transmission: Belt/Clutch
Color: Blue/Black
Interior: Seat is intact with no wear or tears

Special features: Electric Start
Reverse
Heated grips
2-up Seating
Longtrack
Polymer skis

Special considerations: Engine and Transmission - unknown working condition. Military cut gas lines and coolant hoses to drain fluids for storage. 
Single rear shock is bent but in place
Track tunnel is bent
Gas Cap is missing
Windshield is cracked
Shift handle missing nob
No battery with the unit

Proposals will be accepted until Monday, November 30th, at 4:30 PM in the City Manager’s Office at 919 Main Street, Sanford, Maine 04073. Proposals received after this date may not be
accepted. The bidder will be responsible for removing the vehicle from Town of Sanford property within 2 weeks (14 days) of being notified of being the successful bidder.

1. Content of Proposal
A. The proposal must include the bid amount. Said bid amount will be due 14 days following formal acceptance of the proposal by the Town Council.
B. The proposal must include a description of how you, if the successful bidder, will remove the vehicle from City of Sanford property.

2. Submission of Proposals
A. Proposals shall be submitted in sealed envelopes plainly marked on the outside – RFP – Police Snowmobile
B. Confidentiality: Proposals received by the City of Sanford shall become a matter of public record, subject to public inspection, except to the extent, which an applicant designates in writing, proprietary data to be confidential and submits that data under a separate cover, such in formation may be held from public inspection, as provided in Maine law: 5 MRSA §13119-A and 13119-B.

3. Review of Proposals
A. The Sanford City Council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, to waive all formalities in the Requests for Proposals process, to evaluate all Proposals, and otherwise to act as it deems to be in the best interest of the City of Sanford.


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SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY OF SPRINGVALE 7-ELEVEN SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR ROBBERY OF SPRINGVALE 7-ELEVEN Wednesday, October 28, 2015

 Keith Hammonds, 27, of Springvale was arrested Tuesday evening in Belgrade by members of the Sanford Police Department and with the assistance of Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office. A warrant for his arrest warrant had been obtained earlier in the afternoon for Robbery, a class A offense. Bail was set at $2,000 cash.

Mr. Hammonds is accused of robbing the Springvale 7-Eleven on Sunday evening around 6:30 p.m. He was armed with a knife at the time of the robbery and fled the scene after taking an undisclosed amount of cash.

Mr. Hammonds was arrested without incident at the home of his mother and sister. Police learned that Mr. Hammonds was staying with his family in Belgrade and a search warrant was issued that evening for the home of Mr. Hammonds’ mother and sister. The search warrant was issued for evidence of the crime.

Mr. Hammonds was transported to the Kennebec County Corrections Facility by sheriff’s deputies.


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NOW HIRING FOR DISPATCHERS: Tuesday, October 20, 2015

  The City of Sanford is now hiring for full time and partime dispatchers in out regional communication center. please see attached applications for both postions. The deadline for the application is 4:30 pm Friday December 18th 2015.


 Dispatch-application.compressed.pdf
 Reserve-dispatcher.compressed.pdf
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