Development Charges Background Study Report
- Area-rating: Council must consider the use of area-specific charges.
The required Environmental Assessment (EA) Study has been completed and file is with Ministry of Environment & Climate Change (MOECC)
A Part II Order appeal filed by a citizen with the MOECC has been dismissed
Official notice was provided to the Town on March, 5, 2018, informing the Town that a individual environmental assessment was not required
The MOECC decision included three conditions:
The Town of Lincoln offers interactive maps for use by residents, businesses or investors. The Geographical Information Systems (GIS) combines layers of information about a place to give you a better understanding of areas of the municipality.
CityView is an information database for that will inform residents, developers, contractors of the status of their permits, applications, and inspections from the comfort of their workplace or home.
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The Town of Lincoln is developing a new 8.95 acre neighbourhood park, named Angelina Prokich, located south of St. George’s Drive bordering the new Vista Ridge development by Losani Homes. The Prokich family generously donated a portion of this park land to the Town for generations to enjoy. The park is being dedicated in remembrance of Mrs. Prokich for her commitment to and love of Lincoln.
The Town of Lincoln is developing our first long-term (20+ years) Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The plan will help to define and achieve the future transportation vision i.e. how we will move around the Town in a safe, comfortable, enjoyable and efficient way.
In June 2016, the Province formally announced the extension of GO train service to Niagara. The extension of two-way GO Transit service to the Niagara Region will be a critical component of achieving growth, prosperity and sustainability in Niagara. Niagara Region is planning for the long term future of its communities.
Lincoln prides itself with an availability of highly-skilled workers in:
"From linking over 53 local wineries in the Town boundaries, to the continued growth of floriculture in the greenhouse sector, to access to the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, the future looks excellent for Lincoln!"
The Town of Lincoln is committed to sustainable and vibrant growth that serves both our businesses, agriculture and citizen base. Lincoln’s approach to economic development focuses on several guiding principles to keep Lincoln growing.
Niagara Region and local Niagara municipalities partner to offer financial incentives to developers, investors and business owners to promote and support development, business growth and economic prosperity across Niagara.