The excessive high heat alert issued on June 28, 2018 is no longer in effect as of July 6, 2018.
Daytime highs are expected to reach the low to mid thirties with humidex values into the mid-forties, this is going to make for a scorching hot Canada Day Celebration at Charles Daley!
Here are some things to know about keeping cool on Sunday July 1:
When: June 20 - June 22, 2018
Please be advised that the above noted road will be temporarily closed to through traffic to complete emergency track work. The schedule for closure will be dependent upon weather conditions. We apologize for any inconvenience .
For questions or more information, please contact Diane Maceira, C.E.T. Supervisor of Technical Services (905) 563-8205 ext. 226.
Please be advised that part of Bartlett Rd. will be temporarily closed to through traffic to complete emergency track work. The schedule for closure depend on weather conditions.
We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary road closure may cause. For questions or further information please contact: Diane Maceira Supervisor of Technical Services Tel: (905) 563-8205 ext. 226.
As of May 30, 2018 the open air burning ban is no longer in effect. Those with open air permits are now permitted to have fires in accordance with the criteria set in the By-law.
The excessive heat alert issued on May 28, 2018 is no longer in effect as of May 29, 2018.
Please be advised that an Excessive Heat Alert has been issued today, May 28, 2018 by Niagara Region Public Health as the temperature is expected to reach 31° C with the overnight lows near 20° C.
If you are outside please ensure that you take the appropriate precautions - stay hydrated, apply sunscreen regularly and take breaks often.
In preparation for the Town’s road rehabilitation program, four cross culverts on Eleventh St., located between Ellis Ave. and King St., require replacement.
Replacement of cross culverts require the road to be closed at work area. Each culvert is approximately one day of work where a section of the road will be closed weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tentative Start Date: May 28, 2018
Estimated Completion: June 1, 2018
Between May and September 2018, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) will be inspecting selected rural and residential properties in the Niagara Region, to sample susceptible trees for the Plum Pox Virus and/or to verify compliance with the propagation ban that is in place. This means that property owners may see CFIA inspectors on their property.
Staff and the Municipal Heritage Committee invite property owners to attend a Public Information Session to learn about the updated Heritage Property Register, which includes the addition of approximately 300 non-designated buildings, landmarks and streetscapes that the Municipal Heritage Committee has identified as being of great architectural and historical significance.
Please note, limited seating available. If capacity is reached, another meeting may be held.
Please be advised that from May 20 to May 24, 2018 Twenty-Third St. at the CN railway tracks will be temporarily closed to through traffic for required track work. The schedule for closure will be dependent upon weather conditions. We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary road closure may cause.
Should you have any questions, please contact technical services at (905) 563-8205 ext. 226
The excessive high heat alert issued on Friday, July 13, 2018 is no longer in effect as of July 17, 2018.
It is still warm outside, so please remember to take breaks, seek shade if you are outdoors and stay hydrated.
Remember to follow the Town on Twitter and Facebook to get up-to-date information relating to staying cool during heat alerts.
For Immediate ReleaseJordan Village improvement project to launch detailed design phase
Lincoln, ON – (July 17, 2018) – On July 16, 2018, Council awarded the consultant contract for the Detailed Design Phase of the Jordan Village improvement project. The detailed design is the blueprint for the overall improvements planned and builds on the existing concept developed by residents and businesses.
For Immediate ReleaseHave your say to shape the future of public transit in Lincoln
Lincoln, ON – (July 16, 2018) – The Town of Lincoln has launched a survey to ask residents and businesses to weigh in on the Town’s public transit pilot, uLinc.
An open-air burning ban is in place due to dry conditions. Therefore, as of Friday, July 13, 2018, all fire permits are suspended for agricultural or recreational use, until the ban is lifted.
Information on the Open-Air Burn permits
With just over 100 days until the 2018 Municipal and School Board Elections, voters are encouraged to visit voterlookup.ca to ensure they are on the voters’ list and their information appears correctly.
By visiting voterlookup.ca individuals can verify that their name, address and school support information is correct on the voters’ list. Those without Internet access are encouraged to phone the Town's Clerk to confirm their information.
Lincoln, ON – (June 28, 2018) – The Town of Lincoln facilities will have altered hours for Canada Day weekend. The following list provides details for each location.
uLinc Sunday, July 1: NO SERVICE Monday, July 2: Regular service (new summer schedule begins)
Town Hall Monday, July 2: CLOSED
Museum Saturday, June 30: 10 a.m.-5p.m. Sunday, July 1: CLOSED Monday, July 2: CLOSED
For Immediate ReleaseuLinc transit launches summer schedule July 2
Lincoln, ON – (June 28, 2018) – uLinc, Lincoln’s free public transit pilot begins a summer schedule on July 2, 2018, with three additional stops and expanding to a weekend Saturday schedule. The winter schedule is still in effect on June 28 and 29.
These changes are reflective of feedback collected in the first four months of the pilot and result in improved safety and convenience for riders.
New stops will include:
As temperatures have dropped below 40 degrees Celsius, the Medical Officer of Health has lifted the heat alert.
More information about heat alerts is available from Niagara Region Public Health.
The Medical Officer of Health issued an excessive heat alert for Niagara on Sunday, June 17.
To stay cool:
As per the Open Air Burning By-law, fires are not permitted during a smog alert or while an air quality advisory is in effect. Therefore, as of Sunday, May 27, 2018, all fire permits are suspended for agricultural or recreational use, until the advisory is lifted.
Information on the Open Air Burning permits
For Immediate ReleaseTown of Lincoln Victoria Day hours
Lincoln, ON – (May17, 2018) – The Town of Lincoln facilities will have altered hours for Victoria Day. The following list provides details for each location.uLinc
May 21: NO SERVICE May 22: Regular serviceTown Hall
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Lincoln passed By-law No. 2018-26 on the 16th day of April 2018, under Sections 17 and 21 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990. By-law No. 2018-26 adopts Official Plan Amendment No. 3 to the Official Plan of the Town of Lincoln.
Public Service Announcement - Starting May 1 - Candidate Nominations & 3rd Party Advertisers Registration2018-04-26
For Immediate ReleaseCandidate nominations and third-party advertiser registration opens May 1
Lincoln, ON – (April 26, 2018) –Starting May 1, candidates interested in running in the 2018 municipal or school board elections will be able to file their nomination papers with the clerk of the appropriate municipality.
For Immediate ReleaseTown of Lincoln welcomes new innovation hub SPARK Lincoln
Lincoln, ON – (April 23, 2018) – The ignition of innovation was in the air today as SPARK Lincoln officially opened its doors in Beamsville today. With over 1,000 square feet, the hub will serve as a digital innovation space for Lincoln’s residents and businesses, operating as a co-working space and business incubator for young entrepreneurs, developers, creative professionals, and startup companies.
For Immediate ReleaseLoyalist College builds and donates bike corrals to Town of Lincoln
Lincoln, ON – (April 19, 2018) – Loyalist College’s Welding and Fabrication students built two large bike corrals and have donated them to the Town of Lincoln. The Town would like to thank the Welding Techniques, Fabrication Technician Program for their contribution to the Town’s cycling infrastructure, with a special thank you to John Grieve, Professor Coordinator of the program.
For Immediate ReleaseLincoln continues to invest in roads
Lincoln, ON – (April 17, 2018) – The Town of Lincoln continues the investment in roads. At Council last night, the 2018 Capital Road Resurfacing and Rehabilitation Program was adopted. Over 18 kms of roads will be either resurfaced or rehabilitated in 2018.
For Immediate Release
For Immediate ReleaseMoses F Rittenhouse library branch closing for renovations
Lincoln, ON – (April 10, 2018) – The Vineland branch, Moses F Rittenhouse, of the Lincoln Public Library will be closed from April 16-23, 2018, while a new carpet is installed.
Residents can access the Fleming Centre Branch (5020 Serena Dr.) in Beamsville during their regular business hours:
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
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