2020 Transportation Infrastructure Projects
An Agricultural Centre of Excellence, Lincoln has the highest number of farms in all of Niagara, supporting more than 3,400 jobs.
Our farms account for $13 of every $100 in gross farm receipts in the Golden Horseshoe while representing only three per cent of the region’s farmland acreage.
Lincoln has become synonymous with grape growing and wine by virtue of its dominant position in Ontario’s $2.3 billion grape and wine industry.
The Town of Lincoln recently completed three projects in support of the Town’s goal of economic diversification and growth. The resulting plans provide a framework for the Town’s economic development and planning activities and include metrics and targets to measure success.
Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan
Located within a day’s drive of 55% of the US population and 60% of Canada’s, Lincoln is strategically located for your business. Moving people and goods is quick thanks to easily accessible highways, rail lines and air transportation. With four US/Canada border crossings an hour away, Lincoln is the affordable gateway to 130 million consumers within 750 kilometres.
Project Location: 3970 Fly Rd., Campden ON (vacant lot west of Bethesda Community Services)
Approved Total Project Budget: $2,211,000.00
Project Update - COMPLETE:
Description of the Project:
Project Location: Main St. from King St. to the commercial district
Approved Total Budget: In development
Project Update (2020):
Detailed Design near completion
Utility relocations to occur in 2020
Updates will continue to be provided as milestones of the project occur
Description of the Project
Planned improvements include: