In these workshop learn to maintain fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety. Prepare for the large and frequent storm events that have been washing out roads around the state and the northeast.
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Registration form is here. (Read More)
Working to improve your community’s built environment? Want to make it easier for people in your community to be more active where they live, work and learn? The Maine Active Community Environments workshops can help community members build places where people of all ages and abilities have the opportunity to have an active lifestyle through many venues including transportation, walking and biking. Learn how! (Read More)
For over ten years, United Way has brought people together from across the community to share information and discuss ways to more effectively meet the needs for people at risk during the winter. (Read More)
The LCRPC, in conjunction with the town of Wiscasset, has made an inventory of commercial space available in Wiscasset. (Read More)
Brownfields -- what does this mean? Are you looking to purchase and re-development property in Lincoln County for commercial or industrial uses? (Read More)
The State of Maine Community Block Development Grant 2016 Porgram statement is available! The Program Statement describes the method by which 2016 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program funds will be distributed. The 2016 CDBG program was developed by the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) following a review of past programs, a forum with program constituents, 3 state-wide public forums and a comprehensive assessment of statewide community and economic development needs
Two Lincoln County towns received news from the Department of Environmental Protection that they’ve been awarded funding for culvert upgrade projects. Bremen will receive $95,000 for the Heath Road Bridge and Newcastle will receive $30,850 for two projects on the West Old County Road. (Read More)
Shop local, build your market and partners by joining our Lincoln County online business directory. (Read More)