Public Service Announcement | Main and Nineteenth Streets in Jordan Village
Lincoln, ON - (Sept. 8, 2021) – The Town of Lincoln and the Town of Grimsby have approved by-laws to move forward with a pilot project for the provision of shared fire protection services, to deliver fire protection services jointly to both communities. The implementation of shared fire services allows both municipalities to maximize their collective resources without each having to pay the full cost of such and will serve to preserve the volunteer fire service model.
Media Release – Town of Lincoln and Civiconnect welcome additional $1 million in funding for Youth Skills Studio2021-09-08
Lincoln, ON – (September 8, 2021) – The Town of Lincoln’s Economic Development department continues its partnership with Civiconnect in developing a Youth Skills Studio in Lincoln. Following an announcement of $2 million in funding from the Province of Ontario’s Skills Development Fund in August 2021, the Town is pleased to share that an additional $1 million has been awarded to Civiconnect from the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC).
Public Service Announcement | Regional Road 73 (Fly Rd.)
Labour Day Holiday Hours & Activities
Public Notice: Temporary Road Closure - Twenty-First St – at CN Railway Tracks
Please be advised that the above-noted road will be temporarily closed to through traffic
Environment Canada has issued a High Heat Alert for Niagara Region, with hot and humid conditions forecasted through Sunday, August 29, 2021.
Lincoln, ON - (Aug.
Environment Canada has issued a High Heat Alert for Niagara Region, with hot and humid conditions forecasted through Thursday, August 26, 2021.
Lincoln receives $1.03M to support community projects. Funding to be used to support four social infrastructure projects2021-08-23
Lincoln ON – (August 23, 2021) - The Town of Lincoln is pleased to receive Provincial and Federal funding through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, which will allow four social infrastructure projects valued at $1.35 million to be completed over the next two years.
Environment Canada has issued a High Heat Alert for Niagara Region, with hot and humid conditions forecasted for through Wednesday, August 25, 2021.
Lincoln, ON - (Aug. 20, 2021) – After delays due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the Town of Lincoln is excited to safely welcome visitors back to West Niagara and offer them the opportunity to explore, experience, and earn their way through the Lincoln- like never before.
Lincoln, ON - (Aug. 19, 2021) – A Town of Lincoln delegation participated in the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) 2021 Virtual Conference from August 16 to 18, 2021 in its ongoing efforts to share community priorities and discuss topics of high priority for Lincoln.
The Town of Lincoln advocates for the Province’s alcohol modernization initiatives and economic recovery support for Ontario Craft Wineries and restaurants2021-08-17
Lincoln, ON - (Aug.
Lincoln ON – (August 14, 2021) – On August 14, Mayor Easton and Members of Council happily cut the ribbon at Angelina Macri Prokich Park located in Beamsville. This is the Town’s first developer-built neighbourhood park and was developed by Losani Homes as part of the larger Vista Ridge development. Community consultation guided the site plan and park elements that were installed.
Public Service Announcement: Heat Alert Issued for Lincoln and the Niagara Region August 11 Through August 132021-08-10 Public Service Announcement: Heat Alert Issued for Lincoln and the Niagara region August 11 Through August 13
Media Release: The Town of Lincoln is taking StreetScan Pavement Management Solution for a test drive2021-08-10 Media Release: The Town of Lincoln is taking StreetScan Pavement Management Solution for a test drive
Public Service Announcement: United Nations flag raised at Lincoln Town Hall to commemorate National Peacekeepers’ Day2021-08-09 Public Service Announcement: United Nations flag raised at Lincoln Town Hall to commemorate National Peacekeepers’ Day
August 9, 2021 – (Lincoln, ON) – Mayor Sandra Easton and Ward 3 Councillor Paul MacPherson raised the United Nations flag at Lincoln Town Hall to commemorate National Peacekeepers’ Day in Canada on August 9, which was established in 2008.
Please be advised that starting Monday, August 9, private water samples can once again be dropped off for testing at Lincoln Town Hall.
Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
In addition, bottles for testing are available for pick up at the Fleming Centre and Town Hall upon request.
For more information contact: Public Works 905-563-2799 ext. 234
Media Release: Lincoln will use $2 million from Skills Development Fund to support businesses and prepare youth for employment2021-08-05 Media Release: Lincoln will use $2 million from Skills Development Fund to support businesses and prepare youth for employment
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: