Lincoln, ON – (July 23, 2021) – The Town of Lincoln is delighted to announce the public opening of the new Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: Home of the Jordan Historical Museum of the Twenty on Saturday, July 24.
Please be advised that Sann Road between Greenlane and John Street will be temporarily closed for emergency repairs to the rail crossing starting today, July 19 to tomorrow, Tuesday July 20.
Due to a watermain break in Beamsville, Ontario Street is closed from Greenlane to John Street for repairs.
Note that Regional staff have jurisdiction over this Regional Road.
Public Service Announcement: COVID-19 restrictions ease in Lincoln and across Ontario
July 15, 2021
On behalf of the entire Town of Lincoln, we are pleased to welcome the Minister of Education to the community today to announce an investment from the Ontario Government in a new secondary school in west Niagara. Thank you for investing in Lincoln and in all of west Niagara. While located in Lincoln, the new secondary school will serve all of west Niagara for many years to come.
Lincoln and Pelham, ON – (July 14, 2021) - The Pelham and Lincoln Public Library Boards are pleased to receive funding through the Municipal Modernization Program to facilitate a review of their potential merger, which was announced earlier this year.
Niagara Region Public Health is confirming that the beach area at Charles Daley Park in Lincoln is reopened and once again safe for swimming.
The beach had been closed on June 29 due to the presence of blue-green algae at the beach as well as in an outflow connected to the beach. Public Health and the Town of Lincoln have been working collaboratively to closely monitor the beach and water conditions.
Public Service Announcement - Metrolinx to begin construction upgrades at the Beamsville Park and Ride2021-07-09 Public Service Announcement - Metrolinx to begin construction upgrades at the Beamsville Park and Ride
Metrolinx will begin construction upgrades at the Beamsville Park and Ride Monday July 12, 2021.
Improvements will include:
Environment Canada has issued a High Heat Alert for Niagara Region, with hot and humid conditions forecasted for Monday July 5, 2021 through Tuesday July 6, 2021. Maximum daytime temperatures from 31 to 34 degrees Celsius are expected with humidex values near 40.
Environment Canada issues heat alerts when:
Lincoln, ON – (June 30, 2021) – The provincial government announced that all of Ontario will enter Step Two of the Province’s Roadmap to Reopen as of Wednesday, June 30 at 12:01 a.m.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Town of Lincoln and Niagara Public Health are closing Charles Daley Park Beach until it can be determined that it is otherwise safe for swimming. This is due to the high likelihood of the presence of blue-green algae in the water which may cause harm to bathers.
The closure will be in effect beginning June 29, 2021.
Lincoln ON - (June 27, 2021) - The Town of Lincoln is activating its current cooling space at the Fleming Centre for Monday, June 28, in response to a Special Weather Statement issued by Environment Canada. Humidex values are expected to reach the upper 30s to near 40°C in the afternoon.Stay cool and safe at the following locations:
Fleming Centre (5020 Serena Dr, Beamsville) – Designated Cooling Centre
Hours 11:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
There are washrooms on site
Admission is free
The Town is pleased to announce that the Pump Track and Skatepark at Rotary Park will reopen on Saturday, June 26, 2021 following the completion of Phase I construction works.
Lincoln, ON – (June 23, 2021) – For the first time, the Town of Lincoln has been awarded a Bicycle Friendly Community Award for 2021-2025 at the Bronze designation. The Bicycle Friendly Community Award Program is an initiative of the Share the Road Cycling Coalition to help communities evaluate how bicycle friendly their community is, celebrate progress, and work toward achieving higher-level awards over time.
Media Release - Towns of Lincoln and Grimsby embark on Shared Fire Service Pilot Project to enhance and optimize fire protection services2021-06-23 Towns of Lincoln and Grimsby embark on Shared Fire Service Pilot Project to enhance and optimize fire protection services
Niagara Region Public Health is hosting two virtual Q&As with Dr. Hirji as an opportunity for parents and guardians to ask any questions they have around COVID-19 vaccines. These Town Halls will help to ensure all parents and guardians have the information they need to help their child make an informed and educated choice about getting vaccinated.
There will be two Town Hall sessions that will cover the same information, so attendees can choose which evening to attend.
Citizen Appointments to Town Of Lincoln Boards And Committees: Housing and Homelessness Community Partnership Advisory Committee2021-06-17
The Town of Lincoln is seeking applications from individuals interested in filling vacancies and serving as a Citizen Appointee to the Town of Lincoln Housing and Homelessness Community Partnership Advisory Committee. Membership on this Committee shall be for the period ending November 30, 2022 (Term of Council).
AGENCY, BOARD OR COMMITTEE Housing and Homelessness Community Partnership Advisory Committee
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS July 8, 2021
Lincoln, ON (June 16, 2021) - The Town of Lincoln and the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce have collaborated to distribute free rapid COVID-19 testing kits to small- and medium-sized businesses across the municipality. The program will offer Lincoln businesses with fewer than 150 employees free testing kits to screen asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 in the workplace that might otherwise be missed.
Lincoln, ON (June 15, 2021) - We have learned that there was an issue today with some of our Pre-Authorized Payment plan customers. Town staff are diligently working to resolve the issue and will be reaching out directly to all those affected.
If you have concerns and would like to discuss, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-563-2799 ext. 224. Thank you for your patience as we resolve this situation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Public Service Announcement: Ontario Enters Step One of Road to Re-Opening - What This Means for Lincoln and Niagara2021-06-11 Ontario Enters Step One of Road to Re-Opening
What This Means for Lincoln and Niagara
Environment Canada has now lifted the Air Quality Alert for the Niagara Region.
Open Air Fires may now resume in the Town of Lincoln with a valid Open Air Fire Permit.
Residents are encouraged to check Lincoln’s Fire Permit Online website regularly for current information about fire risk levels and whether or not a burn ban is in effect.
Environment Canada has issued an Air Quality Alert for much of Ontario including the Niagara Region for Sunday, June 6 and possibly extending into the week. As per Lincoln’s Open Air Fire By-Law, a burn ban has been declared while the Air Quality Alert remains in effect.
More information on Open-Air Burning is available on our website.
Lincoln ON - (June 6, 2021) - Due to high temperatures in the forecast, the Town of Lincoln has activated its current cooling space at the Fleming Centre. Temperatures are expected to reach over 31 degrees Celsius, with humidex in the high 30s for both Sunday, June 6 and Monday, June 7.
Stay cool and safe at the following locations:
Fleming Centre (5020 Serena Dr, Beamsville) – Designated Cooling CentreHours 11:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. There are washrooms on site Admission is free
Please be advised that the Hixon Zone 2 pumping station needs to be shut down to allow for the final portion of electrical modifications.
During this time, impacted residents will experience a significant decrease in water pressures and may find that they do not have water coming out of faucets on the second floor of their homes.
Please see the impacted area map below or download it here.
Please be advised that Regional Road 81, King Street, will be temporarily closed to through traffic from Lincoln Avenue to Birchmount Avenue to complete the final road restoration works as per the Niagara Region’s requirements.
The closure will begin 8 a.m. Monday June 14, 2021 and remain in place until end of day Friday June 18, 2021 (weather dependent).
Public Service Announcement: Restrictions easing on outdoor recreation activities starting May 22, 20212021-05-21 Public Service Announcement: Restrictions easing on outdoor recreation activities starting May 22, 2021
Lincoln, ON (May 21, 2021) - The Province of Ontario has announced its three-step re-opening framework which is expected to begin in mid-June.
The current stay-at-home order continues to be in effect until Step 1 of the re-opening plan is announced.
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