The Washington County Council of Governments (WCCOG) is a municipal membership organization that delivers a wide range of customized planning, advisory and resources development services to help communities build the future of Washington County, Maine.

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WCCOG Member Towns

  • Community Development
    Community Development
  • Bold Coast Scenic Byway
    Bold Coast Scenic Byway
  • Brownfields Assessment
  • Regional Planning
    Regional Planning
  • Training and Member Services
    Training and Member Services
  • Clams, Economy and Land Use
    Clams, Economy and Land Use

News from Washington County Council of Governments

New Safe Routes to School Coordinator for Northern & Eastern Maine!

September 19, 2014
New Safe Routes to School Coordinator for Northern & Eastern Maine! Read more...

Minutes & Activity Update from WCCOG 8-25-2014 Meeting Posted

August 29, 2014
Minutes from the 8-25-14 WCCOG Executive Committee meeting are now posted. Read more...

Brownfields RFP Posted

August 6, 2014
The Request for Proposals from Qualified Environmental Professionals to assist in the implementation of the 2015-2017 Washington County Brownfields Assessment Program is now posted. Read more...

Funding Opportunities

Walmart Local Giving Program

October 20, 2014
The Wal-Mart Foundation supports programs and initiatives addressing education, workforce development, economic sustainability, and health and wellness. Health and Wellness examples include programs that support nutrition and active lifestyles, educating people of all ages about their health, preventing and managing chronic disease. Explore this opportunity more for your local walk and bike programs! Deadline: December 31, 2014 Read more...

Bicycling and Recreation Grants - applications open

October 3, 2014
Several grants and technical assistance opportunities are now available to help Maine towns create safe walking and biking opportunities. Deadlines for grants are October 22 and November 14. Read more...

Community Forestry grants available from Project Canopy

October 3, 2014
Project Canopy Assistance Grants are available to state, county, and municipal governments, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations for developing and implementing community forestry projects and programs. Grant applications will be due to the Maine forest Service at 5:00 pm on Friday, December 19, 2014. Read more...


Clams Land Use & Economy

September 25, 2014
Clams Land Use & Economy Workshop in Machias Oct 28, 2014 at the University of Maine at Machias Torry Hall Room 102 Read more...

Science - Art - Conservation 2014

September 8, 2014
Scientists, educators, artists, conservationists, and students are invited to three exciting science, art, and conservation events over three days. Read more...