Lincoln County Publishing Co. and the Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency are proud to unveil the cover of the 2019 edition of the Lincoln County Road Atlas.
The cover features the four branches of emergency response – fire, emergency medical services, law enforcement, and the emergency management agency – at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Park.
“Lincoln County EMA is proud to support the Lincoln County Road Atlas,” said Casey Stevens, Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency director. “We cannot overstate the importance of preparedness, so to have a reliable map of Lincoln County that doesn’t rely on electricity is invaluable in the event of an emergency.”
The upcoming edition, which will be the first new printing of the atlas since 2012, includes many improvements, including larger, color maps and contour lines.
Numerous local businesses have also supported the road atlas through advertising.
“While some may doubt that a road atlas still has relevancy in the age of GPS, we can’t keep the last edition on the shelves,” said Maia Zewert, marketing and engagement coordinator for Lincoln County Publishing Co. “With private roads and unreliable cell service, the Lincoln County Road Atlas is the most reliable way to know if you can get there from here.”
The new edition of the Lincoln County Road Atlas will hit shelves soon.