Opportunities For Lincoln County Towns, Businesses & Residents

What's New in Lincoln County?

KENNEBEC VALLEY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM: LOW INCOME HEATING ASSISTANCE FOR LINCOLN COUNTY

LIHEAP provides money to low income homeowners and renters to help pay heating costs. The funds are distributed in Lincoln County by KVCAP. In most cases directly to the fuel vendors. The program is not intended to pay for all heating costs, but to assist in paying the heating bills. To learn more, click here

UNITED WAY OF MID-COAST MAINE GUIDE

Our budgets get tight at this time of year. For information by town of assistance available for heating, SNAP, WIC, and food pantries, this handy table shows local and regional resources. 

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

SUPPORT SMILES IN LINCOLN COUNTY

Lincoln County Dental, Inc., is a not-for-profit network of volunteers who give their time to assist residents of Lincoln County whose income is below 200% of the federal poverty line and have no dental insurance to help with the cost of care.

Even volunteer programs have expenses and the number of individuals on our waiting list for cost-subsidized dentures has grown into 2016.

This Lincoln County Dental holiday fundraiser will help assist those patients in need in a more timely fashion and provide them with dentures in the New Year.

Lincoln County Dental, Inc., 748 Main Street Damariscotta, ME 04543, 563-8668 • office@lcdental.org

 

 

 

 
 

UPDATED DATA!

Please check out our data section as we have updated the data sets and included new ones. Most data sets are town-level and reflect the most recent data.

You can go here to download the Excel files:

Lincoln County RPC Data

If you have any questions please contact Zach Mosher at: zmosher@lcrpc.org or 882-5152. 

SEEKING FEEDBACK FROM RESIDENTS, VISITORS, & STUDENTS!

Take the Newcastle/Damariscotta Bike & Pedestrian Survey

MAINE CAREER CENTERS

CareerCenters, part of the Maine Department of Labor, offer a variety of services to help people find employment or upgrade skills. Each center provides several public-access computer workstations with Microsoft Office software, resume writing and cover letter software, Internet access and O'Net software for skills assessment. All CareerCenter services are free of charge. More information is available on the CareerCenter website, http://www.mainecareercenter.com.

55 & 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.

JOIN OUR ONLINE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

If you operate a Lincoln County business, no matter how small, please register today!

Business Directory

Upcoming Deadlines

There are no deadlines at this time.

Events

12.31GIve A Smile
12.18December 9, 2014 LCRPC Full Board Meeting
01.14LC Community Resources

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