National Flood Insurance Program
The National Flood Insurance Program aims to to reduce the impact of flooding on public and private structures. It does so by providing affordable insurance to property owners, renters and businesses and by encouraging communities to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations.
State and Federal Resources
2-1-1 Maine is an invaluable resource to find information and other resources. Aid provided ranges from information on COVID-19, where to find medical assistance, food-aid programs and housing assistance.
Maine Emergency Management Agency provides guidance, and assistance to county and local governments, businesses and nonprofit organizations in their efforts to provide protection to citizen and property, and increase resiliency in the face of disaster.
The National Weather Service in Gray is the closest office to Sagadahoc County. The website offers a range of different forecasts type's including marine, winter weather and recreational.
Central Maine Power company offers an online outage list that is frequently updated. As always if there is a life-threatening emergency dial 9-1-1 and assume that all downed lines are energized, do not touch them or drive over them!
Warden's Report is an online site, where residents from participating towns/cities can go to obtain free burning permits.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has developed NIDIS or the National Integrated Drought Information System as a way to coordinate and integrate drought research, and build upon existing federal, tribal, state, and local partnerships in support of creating a national drought early warning information system.