LURC Reform Commission Resource


The LURC Reform Commission was formed through a resolution passed by the 125th Maine Legislature to make recommendations on how to carry out land use planning, zoning and permitting in the 10.4 million acres of unorganized towns and plantations of Maine. 

This website is the primary source for information about the LURC Reform Commission's membership, schedule, agenda, minutes, and support staff. It also will have links to Land Use Regulation Commission (LURC) materials. New materials will be added as available. The LURC Reform Commission is staffed by the Maine Department of Conservation.

LURC Reform Commission Meeting Information:

Please note: Meetings will be work sessions for the Reform Commission and generally will not include public comment, although the public is welcome to attend.

A minimum of two public listening sessions, unscheduled as of yet, will be held later this fall.

The first LURC Reform Commission Meeting will be held:

  • 9:30 a.m-2:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, at Husson University Center for Family Business, Bangor

Subsequent meetings are expected to be held every two weeks. Please watch this website for a schedule of times and places.