Economic Development Updates

Downtown Parking Management Plan

As part of the Downtown Parking Management Plan, in cooperation with Discover Downtown Westbrook, the Westbrook Gorham Chamber and the downtown business community, the City of Westbrook began enhanced parking enforcement in the Downtown Heart District beginning July 2. WPD  issued warnings from July 2 through July 15. Beginning Monday, July 16, cars parked illegally or over the posted time limits will be ticketed. Employees who work in the downtown area and utilize public parking are advised to use the All Day Parking to free up shorter-term spots for business patrons.

The map pictured is for informational purposes only. It shows the location of All-Day parking, 2 hour parking in yellow, 1 hour on-street parking in red and 30-minute parking in orange. Posted signage supersedes any information shown on the informational map.

FINAL  Downtown Parking Map JUNE2018

Facade Improvement Program

The City of Westbrook has launched a Downtown Facade Improvement Program. If you are a building owner/business owner in the Downtown Heart District, you may apply for a grant for up to $15000 with a 1:1 dollar for dollar match for improvements to your building facade. Find all the details on our website at or contact Economic Development Director, Daniel Stevenson:


Noncontiguous Outdoor Alcohol Service 


Legends Rest Taproom Outdoor Grand Opening from City of Westbrook, Maine on Vimeo.

American Roots Workforce Development Initiative

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MaineHealth Official Ribbon Cutting

Westbrook recently welcomed MaineHealth to the downtown with an official ribbon cutting ceremony. They bring with them a talented, technical workforce who are loving the location. The move is considered a win-win for both the City and MaineHealth. Check out our short video recap. 

Westbrook Works for You MaineHealth from City of Westbrook, Maine on Vimeo.

Waterstone Properties Redevelopment of Pike Quarry - Rock Row

Market Basket to anchor massive development at Westbrook quarry site