Facility & Service Impacts

Province-wide state of emergency until Feb. 11 - Facility & Service Impacts

The provincial government has announced a province-wide state of emergency and stay-at-home order until at least Feb. 11, 2021, to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Lincoln facility and service updates will be provided as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to do so.

Chart showing what's open and what's not during province-wide shutdown

While visiting public spaces, everyone must continue to follow Public Health guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19:

  • Practicing 2 (6 feet) meter physical distancing

  • Niagara Region Face Covering By-law 

  • Frequent washing / sanitization of hands

  • Avoiding touching shared surfaces

  • Staying home if feeling ill

The chart below outlines all program, service and facility impacts as a result of COVID-19. See below for the most up to date information on what's open, what's closed and services available.




Outdoor Public Spaces

Parking lots


Green spaces Open  
Off-leash Dog Park Open  
Kinsmen Park stairs Open  
Beach at Charles Daley Park Open  
Park washrooms Closed for the season  
Outdoor picnic sites Closed for the season  
Benches Open  
Shelters Open  
Play structures Open  
Splash pads Closed for the season  
Outdoor sports facilities Closed Team sports not currently permitted


Town Hall Open by appointment only *Continuing to also serve you by phone, by appointment or online

Fleming Centre 


Lincoln Public Library branches


Curbside pickup only. Visit www.lincoln.library.on.ca for hours and guidelines.
Lincoln Community Centre Closed  
Jordan Arena Closed  
Lincoln Fire Rescue stations (administration) Open By appointment only  
Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre Closed  


Lincoln Public Library  Not available  
Recreation & museum programs  Not available  
Facility rentals  Not available  
Hear & Now Pathstone Mental Health drop-in clinic Available online or by phone only *Online and by phone only by appointment only
To book a video counselling session please call 1-800-263-4944.


Online Planning & Building applications  Available  
Online billing accounts Available  
Make online payments Available  
Public works maintenance Running  
Residential water meter replacements Running  
Burn permits Available * NEW - Apply for your permit online
Public transit: NRT OnDemand Available * Book your ride by calling 289-302-2172
Legislative services  Available * Some services, by appointment only - email clerks@lincoln.ca for more information or call 905-563-2799 to arrange
Recycling Container Pick-up Available * By appointment - email info@lincoln.ca or call 905-563-2799 ext. 319 to arrange
Private Well & Cistern Testing Available * Bottle pick up at Town Hall or Fleming Centre
* Return samples within 24 hours to Public Health Ontario Laboratory (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) at  250 Fennel Avenue West, Hamilton 905-546-2489


Council & Standing Committee Virtual * View on YouTube
* Visit calendar for rescheduled meetings
Citizen Advisory  Virtual  
Committee of Adjustment  To be Rescheduled  


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