Capital Projects

Capital projects are the important investments that the Town of Lincoln makes to improve and maintain the municipal infrastructure that we rely on everyday. Capital projects are carefully planned and executed to maximize the value of every dollar allocated. Renewing, replacing and building infrastructure is vital to meeting the needs of residents and to accommodate a growing population. Investment in capital projects improves the overall quality of life for the residents of Lincoln.
 

Categories of Capital Projects 

  1. Transportation (roads, bridges, culverts, etc.)
  2. Environment and safety
  3. Social infrastructure
  4. Corporate Infrastructure
     

Town of Lincoln Council has invested a 1.5% special infrastructure levy as part of this year’s overall budget. This investment allows for continued long-term planning to maintain and provide new infrastructure.

The 2018 capital budget includes the following scheduled projects.
 


2018 Projects by Category & Projected Cost

Corporate Infrastructure

  • IT Upgrades – $128,000
  • IT Upgrades (Library) - $27,430
  • Redundant Dispatch System (Phase 5) - $67,000
  • Council Chambers Upgrade - $70,000
  • Bennett Hall Washroom Updates - $40,000
  • New Operations Yard Rationalization Review (BDSS) - $75,000
  • Town Hall Roof Replacement - $275,000
  • Vineland Library Roof Replacement -$60,000
  • 2018 Fleet/Equipment Replacement Needs - $675,000

Environment & Safety

  • Queen St. Sewer Upsizing Design - $50,000
  • Water Meter Replacement and AMR Installation - $1,930,000
  • Friesen Neighborhood Watermain Design - $75,000
  • Second Ave Watermain Replacement Design - $35,000
  • Victoria Ave Watermain QEW Crossing - $2,240,000
  • Fire Emergency Equipment - $350,000
  • Pumper-Rescue Truck Replacement - $690,000
  • Fire Prevention Vehicle Replacement - $51,000

Social Infrastructure

  • Mount Osborne Cemetery - $75,000
  • Vineland Cemetery Compound - $20,000
  • Jordan Lions Park Equipment Upgrades - $75,000
  • Skateboard Park Construction - $150,000

Transportation

  • Road Resurfacing & Rehabilitation Program - $1,700,000
  • Academy St Reconstruction Project - $795,000
  • Go Bus Stop Sidewalk (SSR) -  $75,000
  • 23rd St Phase 1 - Road Reconstruction - $337,000
  • Frost Road Bridge Removal - $60,000
  • Moyer Rd Culvert Replacement & Slope Stability - $415,000
  • Elizabeth St Shovel Ready Preparation - $175,000
  • Lincoln Ave South Reconstruction Design - $75,000
  • Red Maple Ave Reconstruction Design - $160,000
  • 13th St Re-opening Design - $60,000
  • Heritage Village Street Light Pole Replacements - $21,000
  • Charles St Storm Sewer System Diversion - $360,000
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