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5th annual Urban Runoff

Join us at the 5th Annual Urban Runoff on Saturday, April 23, 2016 in Portland.

Support clean water education and celebrate Earth Day at the race and festival!

More information is available at www.urbanrunoff5k.com.



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Sebago Lake Subwatershed Assessment & Prioritization
The District and partners recently completed a lengthy process to compile and analyze existing water quality and land use data for Sebago Lake, 33 lakes and ponds that flow into Sebago Lake, and the Crooked River. The report is available here.

Questions about this project should be directed to Heather True.


Position Open for Full Time and On-Call Engineers

The Cumberland County Soil & Water Conservation District is hiring a full time engineer and several on-call engineers to support stormwater and development review programs throughout the County. Responsibilities will include all aspects of project management and development review; construction management and oversight; supporting other District staff in developing and implementing a variety of projects ranging from watershed restoration to municipal infrastructure; and providing technical expertise to District projects and partners. BS in civil and/or environmental engineering, 10 years of municipal, stormwater and/or site civil engineering experience, P.E. required. Prior experience working on municipal and grant projects (and CPESC) a plus. Full-time position is 40 hrs/wk, some evenings/weekends required (limited and flexible).

To Apply:

  1. View the full job description.
  2. Submit resume and letter of interest to Robyn Saunders (no phone calls please).
  3. Complete and submit the Engineering Survey.


Monthly Board Meeting

The District's Board of Supervisors meet the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at our office in Windham; click here for directions. The public is always welcome to attend. If you require special assistance, please contact Betty McInnes for accommodations.


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