Rockland, ME, to Improve Public Pier

Rockland's public landing is the center of boating activity. Photo by Joe Devenney
Rockland‘s public landing is the center of boating activity. Photo by Joe Devenney

Working Waterfront: Though undeniably a working waterfront town, Rockland [Maine] has become home to a busy recreational boating scene, a boom fueled by its large harbor, protected by a nearly mile-long breakwater, and by the more recent development of a tourist-friendly downtown.

City officials want to keep both the working and recreational waterfronts vibrant, and thanks to grants from the Maine Coastal Program, planning, design and engineering work will begin to improve both the fish pier and the public pier.

Read more about the plans to improve Rockland’s public and fish piers.