Visitor's Guide 2022-2023


If you fall in love with Greater Portland, maybe it’s time to consider amove.

Y ou may think Maine is just a creative entrepreneurs who find the progressive region large enough to be interesting, yet small enough to develop a supportive community. Relaxed enough that you can follow your interests, while also developing your career. They love the quirky mix of outdoor adventure and city culture. They enjoy the craft breweries and phenomenal food scene. They value the work-life balance they’ve achieved here. And they are proud of the inclusive vibe extended to new residents, both from within the U.S. and immigrants frommany countries who are sharing their cultures with generations-old Maine families. The city of Portland and the towns within a 15-mile radius of it are home to one-fifth of Maine’s total population. Some thrive from living in the heart of the urban center, while others find their happy place in rural homesteads. But all enjoy the benefits of living in a region with both PHOTOS, TOP TO BOTTOM: SERENA FOLDING; ASHLEY FLOWERS YOGA vacation spot, but it’s not. Greater Portland has been attracting

extreme natural beauty and cutting edge, easily accessible culture. Our communities each offer something different and together they create the magical fusion of Greater Portland.

Listings on pages 46-47 include services useful for both residents and visitors.

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2022’s Best Cities for Jobs -Wallet Hub

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