KVCOG is currently seeking applications for the following positions at KVCOG:
The CEO is a vital part of every town in Maine and KVCOG has identified the need to fill the numerous openings that our regions communities are dealing with. From construction without permit to unsafe work, the need for a quality CEO can cost a community tax revenue, or more disturbing a lack of safe buildings within communities.
As such KVCOG is looking for proposals from member municipalities for a shared Code Enforcement Position. Click HERE to view the entire RFP.
UPDATE: This Program was recently featured in the Kennebec Journal and Maine Town & City
On Thursday January 20th, 2022, Madison Town Manager and KVCOG Board President Tim Curtis joined Governor Janet Mills for the ground breaking ceremony at the former Madison Mill. Now the site of GO Lab Inc.'s TimberHP operation. GO Lab was the recipient of a $300,000 loan from KVCOG, helping bring forward this new era of manufacturing in Madison. Read More in the article HERE.
Effective Monday, September 13th, 2021, adequate face coverings will be required within our building for staff and visitors, per recommendations of the CDC. We will continue to follow our COVID-19 work plan while we adapt to the continuing pandemic. Visitors are asked to inquire ahead and to make an appointment.
It's time to plan your visit to the Kennebec Valley! Thanks to the Kennebec Valley Explorer/Visit Kennebec Valley for producing this amazing video. See more of this content and plan your trip to the Kennebec Valley on their website.
Kennebec Valley Council of Governments (KVCOG) is a private, non-profit organization established in 1967. KVCOG is a membership organization and is owned and operated for the benefit of its members. The Council of Governments is enabled by state statue. The office is located in Fairfield, Maine and serves Kennebec, Somerset and western Waldo Counties.
KVCOG provides a coordinated approach for planning and economic development at the local and regional level. KVCOG has been a leader in economic development, environmental, land use and transportation planning with a wide array of professional talent among staff for the past 50 years.
The Kennebec Valley region is connected by the Kennebec River. It covers 62 municipalities, several unorganized territories and 5,251 square miles with a population of approximately 182,000. It includes the state capital of Augusta as well as other cities including Waterville, Gardiner and Hallowell and many rural towns. Municipal population ranges from 42 to 18,972.