Opportunities For Lincoln County Towns, Businesses & Residents

What's New in Lincoln County?


The public is invited to the Lincoln County Community Resources Expo from 1 to 3 pm, Friday, October 17, at St. Patrick’s Church in Newcastle. Several local, county and regional service providers will have staff and information available, including Midcoast Maine Hunger Prevention, United Way, 211, Sweetser, Healthy Lincoln County, Tedford Housing, Bridges Home Care, Restorative Justice, Stepping Stone, Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation, and Achieving Better Health in Lincoln County among others. The Expo, open to the public free of charge, is an excellent opportunity for families and individuals to learn about the wide variety of housing, elder services, nutrition, early childhood, health care, and other support services offered in the County. There will be a free raffle drawing for heating oil, donated by the Dead River Company, in the afternoon. 

There is no fee for the afternoon Expo. For more info, contact Dave Brown, Spectrum Generations Bridges Home Care Program at dbrown@specgen.org, or Mary Turner of the Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program, at mt@mchpp.org

Join Our Online Business Directory! If you operate a Lincoln County business, no matter how small, register today!

The LCRPC awarded MONHEGAN, WALDOBORO, AND WHITEFIELD $2000 each for municipal projects through our ASK program! Learn more about the ASK Program

Waldoboro is looking for a town planner... job description and additional information available online at the Maine Municipal Association

Boothbay Harbor Comp Plan Update! The draft Boothbay Harbor Comprehensive Plan is available here

Check out the recently finished Route 1 Corridor Management Plan 




Join Us Thursday, October 16, from 8 to 10 am and hear about various financial and workforce development resources that could help your business grow! It's free -- and a great chance for you to network with staff from federal, state, and regional agencies like the U.S. Small Business Administration, Finance Authority of Maine, Maine Technology Institute, Maine Dep't of Econmic and Community Development, and more! 

Call the LCRPC at 882-5188 and click here for the Workshop Flyer.


The LCRPC wishes Emily Reinholt well as she starts her own design consulting business. She's served as Community Development Specialist since May 2011, and we're now hiring to fill this position. Here's the job description and contact info.

Are you 55 years of age or older? Interested in building your resume and learning new skills through work-based training? Check out the Senior Community Service Employment Program through Goodwill Industries to learn more.

Interested in current and future potential Sea Level Rise impacts in your town?  Take a look at newly published data from the Lincoln County Sea Level Rise - Coastal Hazard Study

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Upcoming Deadlines

There are no deadlines at this time.


10.16October 16, 2014 LCRPC Board Meeting
10.16Business Resources Workshop
10.17Community Resources Expo
10.23Whitefield 2014 Stream-Smart Road Crossing Field Training Workshops (Phase II)

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