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LCRPC plans flood talks

May 07, 2019

Lincoln County EMA will present an overview of the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program with support from MEMA. This will be a great opportunity to learn more about the program and get any questions you may have answered.

Lincoln County Publishing, Lincoln County EMA Reveal Road Atlas Cover

April 30, 2019

Lincoln County Publishing Co. and the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency are proud to unveil the cover of the 2019 edition of the Lincoln County Road Atlas.

Lincoln County EMA'a Project Lifesaver opens to more clients.

January 07, 2019

The Project Lifesaver program serves those with a brain disease, dementia, injury, autism, or other brain condition that can lead to wandering.

EMA’s Project Lifesaver Program to ‘Go Teal’ for Alzheimer’s Awareness

November 06, 2018

Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency’s Project Lifesaver Program announced that it will “light up teal” on Thursday, Nov. 8 to raise Alzheimer’s awareness as part of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s Light the World in Teal program.

Local Amateur Radio Team Offers ‘Hurricane Net’ for Florence Welfare Checks

September 14, 2018

The Lincoln County Amateur Radio Team is offering assistance to anyone in Lincoln County who may be attempting to contact anyone affected by Hurricane Florence in or around North Carolina.

EMA gets grant for Project Lifesaver transmitters

September 04, 2018

The Lincoln  County Emergency Management Agency received a $5,000 grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation to buy 16 transmitters for people in danger of wandering away from home. The transmitters communicate with a receiver known as “Project Lifesaver," which can quickly find a person wearing one.

Monhegan Emergency Services Discuss Island’s Unique Challenges

August 27, 2018

The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency brings new radios to the Monhegan Volunteer Fire Department on Monday, Aug. 20. From left: Monhegan Fire Chief Gregory Rollins, Assistant Fire Chief Mott Feibusch, Emergency Management Deputy Director Jessica Stevens, and Lincoln County EMA Director Casey Stevens. (Jessica Picard photo)

FEMA Corps to prepare Lincoln County for emergencies....

August 07, 2018

“We expect everyone to be prepared to be on their own for 72 hours,” she said. She said Mainers should provide themselves enough food to last three days, and at least three gallons of water per day per person in the household. Other emergency items, such as cooking fuel, alternative heat and alternative lighting, such as oil lamps or candles, are also essential.  “If the power goes out for an extended period of time, you need these things to be prepared. But after three days, you may need fresh food and water, and that’s where the pods come in.”

New EOC!

July 19, 2018

The Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency previewed its new emergency operations center (EOC) on Thursday evening, July 19. Audience's attention...

EMA tests ‘Project Lifesaver’

June 06, 2018

Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency demonstrated “Project Lifesaver” at the June 5 Lincoln County Commissioners meeting. The county invested in Project Lifesaver after an 82-year-old Bristol man with Alzheimer’s went missing in May 2017. He was found alive more than 24 hours later in a shallow stream, after a search by multiple law enforcement agencies, emergency services, and the warden service.

Emergency Communications in Rural Maine - Part 1

February 18, 2018

What's MAINE (WABI) - "You have to have an instant conference call system set up when you have an emergency, and a cell phone doesn't do that. When you reach out with your radio, every firefighter on scene hears that message, every police officer and EMT hears that message, the dispatch center hears the message, the Emergency Operations Center hears that message. So it's the ultimate conference call system," said Dale Rowley, Director of the Waldo County EMA this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...

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Lincoln County EMA

P.O. Box 249, Wiscasset, Maine 04578-0249

Office: 207-882-7559

Fax: 207-882-7550

Our office is located at the Lincoln County Court House,  32 High Street in Wiscasset, Maine

Regular Office Hours are: Monday through Friday 08:00 am to 04:30 pm.  

lincolncountyema@lincounty.me

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