Department of Economic and Community Development
Maine’s Path to Recovery
- Click here to access the application portal for the Maine Tourism, Hospitality & Retail Recovery Grant Program.
- Click here to access the application portal for the Maine Health Care Financial Relief Grant Program
Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Grant Opportunities
The Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry administers a variety of state and federal grants that provide funds for services, resources and personnel to non profit groups, municipalities and other agencies. Please visit our Grant Opportunities page for more information.
Stream Crossing Upgrade Grant Program
Maine voters approved multiple bond packages that include $5 million dollars annually for municipal stream crossing upgrades. These monies fund a competitive grant program that matches local funding for the upgrade of municipal culverts at stream crossings to improve fish and wildlife habitats and increase community safety. More ...
How resilient is your town to floods?
We would like to work with Hancock County towns on a rapid assessment of flood hazards and resiliency plans. We will provide maps, analysis and we will work with towns to complete a Flood Resilience Checklist and develop alternative adaptation strategies. Please click here if you would like to learn more about this program. There is no charge for participating.
Heart Health: It's a Walk in the Park!
We are excited about the launch of our new initiative, which maps heart-healthy 30-minute walks around Hancock County! We hope these resources will make it easier for residents to incorporate a bit of cardiovascular activity into their daily routines.
Click to check out the project website, or the Facebook page. You might also see one of our posters or map cards in your town office. Share the links and help us get the word out. We hope you will try out one of these great walks, and let us know what you think!
Miss the annual Household Hazardous Waste collection event? Here are some other ideas for safely disposing of household hazardous waste. If you need to dispose of paint, find a collection site near you at www.paintcare.org. HCPC will resume HHWC again in Summer of 2021. Until then please check our website for updates.