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LINCOLN COUNTY BROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

The LCRPC is preparing an inventory of potential Brownfields sites by reviewing state and local databases, talking with local officials and property owners, and conducting a windshield survey of the County.

What is a brownfields site? Click HERE to learn more about brownfields and how the Assessment Program can help make contaminated (or potentially-contaminated sites) useful for new economic activities.

Are you a local official or property owner aware of a potential Brownfield Site in need of this environmental assessment? Please contact the LCRPC office and fill out a SITE NOMINATION FORM.


LINCOLN COUNTY STREAM BARRIERS

Check out information on the location and condition of state and local road culverts that may be adversely affecting access to spawning, rearing habitat and growing habitat for these four important fish species. Learn More

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS (FIRMs) NOW UP FOR LINCOLN COUNTY!

A FIRM is a map created by the National Flood Insurance Program for floodplain management and insurance purposes. The digital FIRMS are in Google Earth format and are located here on our website. Each town download includes the Special Flood Hazard layer and the parcel layer which includes the Map Lot Number for identification purposes. 

The FIRMs here specifically show the Special Flood Hazard Layer as well as base flood elevations, flood zone category, and boundaries. As a property owner/renter, you can use this map to get a reliable indication of what flood zone you're in. For more information on what the Special Flood Hazard Layer, base flood elevations and flood zones mean you can go to FEMA's website here.

WISCASSET ARE COMMUNITY INPUT NEEDED TO IDENTIFY HEALTH ISSUES

What’s needed for a community to be healthy?  A Public Forum will be held on Saturday, aPRIL 18 for all residents of Wiscasset, Alna, Westport, Whitefield, Dresden, Jefferson, Somerville and Edgcomb to help identify health issues affecting their communities. The forum will be held from 10:00-11:30 AM at St. Philips Church, Hodge Street, Wiscasset. Refreshments and a grocery store gift card will be provided to participants. For more info, call 882-5188.

Click HERE for the 2014 MeHAF study in Lincoln County.

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