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Monthly Archives March 2021

Media Release – Tourism and wine delegations come to fruition in Ontario’s 2021 Budget

Media Release – Tourism and wine delegations come to fruition in Ontario’s 2021 Budget

Lincoln, ON – (March 25, 2021) – Thanks to consistent and ongoing advocacy by Mayor Easton, Lincoln Council members and staff, the Town of Lincoln is pleased to see a significant investment in the 2021 Provincial Budget for Ontario’s wine and tourism industry.

Temporary Closure: Pathway from King Street to Fleming Centre, March 24 and 25 to install enhanced lighting

The Town will be installing enhanced lighting on the pedestrian pathway connecting King Street and the Fleming Centre in Lincoln (Beamsville), in an effort to increase public safety.

The pathway will be closed to pedestrians during the installation, which is scheduled for Wednesday, March 24 and Thursday, March 25 (weather permitting).

Thank you for your patience as we complete this work. 

Alternate route:

Ontario Street or King Street to West Avenue to Park Avenue through to the Fleming Centre.

Media Release – Province announces changes to indoor dining limits and expansion of vaccination rollout

Media Release – Province announces changes to indoor dining limits and expansion of vaccination rollout

Lincoln continues to respond and adapt to COVID-19 pandemic

 

Lincoln, ON – (March 22, 2021) – Late last week, the Province of Ontario announced a few updates on the COVID-19 pandemic. These included expanding Ontario's Booking System to individuals aged 75 and older as of March 22, and adjusting indoor dining capacity limits within the COVID-19 response framework to allow for more patrons at a time. 

Public Notice: Temporary Closure - Rotary Park Skatepark

Public Notice: Temporary Closure - Rotary Park Skatepark


Please be advised that the Skatepark at Rotary Park will be temporarily closed from Monday, March 22 to the week of Monday, April 5 for remediation work.

Minor deficiencies in the concrete have been identified in the Skatepark and need to be corrected to allow for a long lifespan of the park. These concrete deficiencies have posed no risk to user safety.

Media Release - Rainbow benches celebrate diversity and beautify neighbourhoods

Media Release - Rainbow benches celebrate diversity and beautify Lincoln neighbourhoods

Lincoln, ON – (March 18, 2021) - With spring around the corner and more and more people heading outside to enjoy open spaces, rainbow benches are being installed across Lincoln as important symbols of diversity and inclusion in the community. 

Media Release – Town of Lincoln reflects on one-year anniversary of COVID-19 pandemic

Media Release – Town of Lincoln reflects on one-year anniversary of COVID-19 pandemic

 

Lincoln, ON – (March 11, 2021) – On the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Lincoln joins the Niagara community and the entire world in reflecting on a difficult year that has passed – remembering the residents in Lincoln and Niagara who have lost their lives and acknowledging the challenges we have overcome, and continue to confront as a community as the pandemic unfolds.

Public Notice: Niagara Region Replacement of the Twenty Mile Creek Bridge

Public Notice: Niagara Region Replacement of the Twenty Mile Creek Bridge


Niagara Region is undertaking a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (Class EA) Study for the replacement of the Twenty Mile Creek Bridge on King Street, in the Town of Lincoln. The bridge is located approximately 550m west of Nineteenth Street where Regional Road 81 crosses Twenty Mile Creek.

As an integral part of the Class EA process, Niagara Region will be consulting with members of the public including Indigenous groups, key stakeholders, and regulatory agencies.