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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    Community Development
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    Bold Coast Scenic Byway
  • Brownfields Assessment
    Brownfields
  • 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

Minutes & Activity Update from WCCOG 12-8-2014 Meeting Posted

December 9, 2014
Minutes from the 12-8-14 WCCOG Executive Committee meeting are now posted. Read more...

Annual Report and Minutes posted

November 7, 2014
The FY14 Annual Report and FY15 Proposed Work Plan and Budget are now available Read more...

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...

Funding Opportunities

Safe Routes to School

December 19, 2014
Several opportunities are now open for 2015 Safe Routes to School grants.... Read more...

Safe Communities Grant Projects

November 5, 2014
Maine Bureau of Highway Safety Now Accepting Proposals for Federal Fiscal Year 2015 Safe Communities Grant Projects. Deadline is December 1, 2014. Read more...

Economic Security Grant

November 4, 2014
Maine Women's Fund Announces Letter of Interest Deadline for 2015 Grant Cycle. A Letter of Interest must be submitted on-line by December 8, 2014 by 5:00PM Read more...

Training

Coastal Flooding in Maine

December 2, 2014
Learn new tools to help understand and identify the risks and vulnerabilities facing coastal communities due to natural hazards and climate change. February 6, 2015 - 1:00 to 2:30 PM Read more...

Building Resilient Communities Through Ecological Design

November 14, 2014
Are you looking for innovative ways to build resiliency in your community or region? Are you planning for future food, economic and ecological needs within your community or region? Have you considered how current plans and regulations may be in conflict with creating a sustainable, resilient community? Read more...

Build Maine Conference

October 31, 2014
How can we build economically stronger, more successful towns and cities in Maine through strategic, high impact investments? Please join us on November 5 and 6 in Lewiston, Maine for Build Maine: a tactical approach to growing Maine towns and cities. Read more...