Business Support available through the MLREDC and its partners and colleagues

Moosehead Lake Chamber of Commerce

A membership-based organization that operates a visitor center and promotes commercial and civic activities in the region. Coordinates a list of local member-businesses on its website.

Town of Greenville

Town services include the municipal airport, Shaw Library, Public Works, Police, Fire, Recreation, Code Enforcement and Transfer Station/Recycling. Town Manager Jesse Crandall is an active member of MLREDC and makes economic development a priority. He can be reached at 207-695-2261 or manager@GreenvilleME.org.

Maine Department of Economic and Community Development

DECD has more than two dozen experts whose broad mission is to help communities and businesses prosper through a variety of programs providing everything from targeted tax relief to community block grants to tourism marketing. Whether your business wants to make a film here, bring a Maine-made product to market, expand an aquaculture project, or explore financing when moving a business to our state, our experienced staff can help. DECD and its partners show companies how to benefit from millions of dollars in tax credits, reimbursements, R & D credits, capital loans, even direct investment. Every year, we help Maine communities attract jobs and grow their infrastructure with unique financing programs.

Piscataquis County Economic Development

Based in Dover-Foxcroft, the PCEDC promotes and encourage private and public investment within Piscataquis County, Maine. Local leaders from businesses, government and non-profits work together to help new or existing businesses to develop, meet goals, and find appropriate locations.

Somerset County Economic Development Council

Based in Skowhegan, the SEDC works to develop the infrastructure and mix of quality jobs, and support the economic development of Somerset County, Maine. Director Heather Johnson can be reached at 207-474-0166.

Join the MLREDC email list for occasional notes (typically 6-12 per year) about events, new businesses, economic development success stories, and opportunities for potential investors in Maine’s world-famous Moosehead Lake Region.