Cultural Planning Survey Invitation

Greater Franklin Development Council and Arts Farmington are gathering information about the creative and cultural resources in southern Franklin County and its surrounding towns. We’ll use the information to craft a cultural plan that will better connect our community to arts, cultural, and historical assets.

Whether you live, work, or just spend time in the Franklin Hills area of southern Franklin County, your feedback is essential! Please help shape the Arts, Cultural, and Heritage Plan by taking a few minutes to complete the Public Opinion Survey.

There is also an Artist & Performer Survey (for artists, crafters, musicians, dancers, and performers) and a Cultural Organization Survey (for representatives of an arts and culture affiliated organization.)

Complete the Public Opinion Survey to be entered in a drawing for a $50 Visa gift card!


You may fill out as many of the surveys that apply to you! 

Public Opinion Survey

Artist & Performer Survey

Cultural Organization Survey


This project is supported by the Maine Arts Commission and the Maine Community Foundation.


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