Coronavirus Response

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Build & Invest

Rotary Park Project

Rotary Park Project (Phase 1)

Project Start Date: Spring 2020
Expected Completion Date: End of August 2020

 

Project Overview

Targeted Survey

Consultation for this project began before the design meetings. In 2016, staff launched an online survey to gage interest for this project. In total, 351 survey responses were received from the public. Support for a community skatepark was 95% and support for a pump track was 83% respectively.


Public Meetings

Service structure: 

Planning & Building Portal

Planning & Building Portal - CityView

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.

Customers are required to create an account on their first use. Following the registration, customers simply login.

First time user? Create an account

Checking the status of a permit, application or inspection

Federal & Provincial Economic Response Plans

The federal & provincial governments continue to support our economy during these unusual times. Below are links to the two levels of government's information on economic support.


Government of Canada - Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

The Government of Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to help Canadians facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Open for Business

Lincoln is Open for Business

While we take the necessary precautions as a community to stay healthy & reduce the spread of Coronavirus, there are ways we can continue to support our local businesses. 

New Museum & Cultural Centre Project

New Museum & Cultural Centre Project


Project Start Date: Spring 2019

Expected Completion Date: Summer 2020
 

Project Overview

Construction of a new single-story museum and cultural centre approximately 8,400 total gross sq. ft. on the site of the old museum with renewed pedestrian access across the historic site to the Twenty Mile Creek. Full details are available in the project background.
 

Service structure: 

Digital Main Street Initiative

Digital Main Street 

Help your local business thrive in a digital world!


About Digital Main Street (DMS)

  • DMS is a program and service that helps main street businesses achieve digital transformation
  • In partnership with DMS the Town of Lincoln is offering this service to local businesses as part of a grant received from  the Province of Ontario’s Digital Main Street Initiative and the Ontario BIA Association
     

Our Digital Service Squad