Monthly Archives October 2018

Media Release - Official Results of the 2018 Municipal Election

For Immediate Release

Official results of the 2018 Municipal Election

Lincoln, ON – (Oct. 25, 2018) – On Oct. 22, 2018, Lincoln residents voted in the 2018 Municipal and School Board Election. Voter turnout at 39 per cent demonstrates a community of engaged residents who care about how Lincoln and Niagara are shaped.

Official results are now available, as certified by the Town Clerk on Oct. 25, 2018, for the 2018-2022 term include:

Mayor – Sandra Easton

Municipal Councillors

Public Service Announcement - Election Day Reminders

What you need to know for Election Day - Oct. 22

Lincoln, ON – (Oct. 19, 2018) – Lincoln’s municipal election is on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. A few reminders for voters and residents accessing Town services on Election day.

If you haven’t received your voter’s card, you can still get added at the voting location on Monday. Simply bring a photo ID with an address. If your photo ID doesn’t have an address (i.e. old version health card, passport), please bring a tax bill or another document that indicates your address and name.

Public Service Announcement - Thanksgiving Weekend Hours of Operation

Public Service Announcement - Thanksgiving Weekend Hours of Operation & PA Day Programming

Lincoln, ON – October 4,  2018 – The Town of Lincoln facilities will have altered hours for the Thanksgiving weekend from Saturday Oct. 6, 2018 to Monday Oct. 8, 2018. The following list provides details for each location:

Town Hall
Monday Oct. 8: CLOSED

uLinc
Monday Oct. 8 : NO SERVICE

Museum
Saturday Oct. 6: 1 - 4 p.m.
Sunday Oct. 7: CLOSED
Monday Oct. 8: CLOSED

Public Notice - Notice of Intention to Pass a By-law - Beamsville BIA Expansion

Notice of intention to pass a by-law to expand the boundaries of the Downtown Business Improvement Area 

In accordance with Section 209 of the Municipal Act 2001, the Downtown Business Improvement Area Board of Management has requested that the Council of The Corporation of the Town of Lincoln consider the adoption of a by-law which would expand the boundaries of the Beamsville Downtown Business Improvement Area (“BIA”).