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LCRPC provides communities with access to the right tools to successfully attract and grow local businesses, develop well-planned neighborhoods, invigorate downtowns, provide affordable housing, safe roads and sidewalks and working waterfronts – in all, to strengthen the local economy and attractive communities in sustainable ways.
Our staff works with town managers, boards of selectmen, planning boards, economic development committees, chambers of commerce, and others to identify needs and practical solutions, both short and long-term, to major community goals and regional issues.
If you’re looking to expand or locate in Lincoln County, contact your town office for the latest information on zoning, land uses, and all review processes.
If you’re developing a business concept, the LCRPC can put you in touch with business counselors who can guide you in preparing a business plan, and can contact University and other research resources for market and related technical information.
LCRPC will also review lending and gap financing opportunities, Pine Tree Zone, and tax increment financing, along with workforce training, energy efficiency and other programs that fit your business objectives and needs.
Call or drop in and we’ll share our knowledge of local public infrastructure, workforce training, and business assistance grants, and other resources that will support your business objectives.
LCRPC’s goal, with an experienced economic and community development and land use/transportation staff, is to enhance the County’s environment and resources in support of current and prospective entrepreneurs, innovators, and hard-working employees. Lincoln County has long had strong traditions of fine craftsmanship and quality across many sectors – shipbuilding, machining, health care, farming, arts, education. Call or email us to learn how LCRPC can provide you with personalized attention, to help identify resources and connections.