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Parks, Recreation, Culture

Lincoln In Bloom

 
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Lincoln in Bloom Garden Contest 2022

 

The Town of Lincoln, in partnership with the Lincoln Garden Club, is offering friends, families, businesses and institutions the opportunity to compete for prizes while enhancing the beauty of the Town and creating a vibrant and welcoming community.  Nominate your neighbour today!

 

Contest Closes Friday, June 17, 2022. 

 

Learn more about Communities in Bloom and the Year of the Garden at our Speak Up Lincoln public engagement site

Nominator

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Disclaimer

  • Front gardens ONLY will be judged, with as much of the side garden as is visible from the street.
  • All nominees will be contacted the week of June 20, 2022 and the Town must obtain appropriate permissions in order to complete their eligibility in advance of judging. Failure of contact/connection will result in the nominee being disqualified from the contest.
  • Council and staff of the Town of Lincoln are unable to participate as well as Board members of the Lincoln Garden Club. 
  • All nominations must be received by midnight June 17.  No exceptions for late entries will be made.
  • Judging will take place over June 27 - 29 with the winners to be announced July 1st, 2022 at the Canada Day celebration at Charles Daley Park.

Leash Free Dog Park

Leash Free Dog Park

The Town of Lincoln launched a leash free dog park in September 2019 as part of a pilot project. The park is a fenced in greenspace featuring garbage cans and picnic tables.

The project was well received and will now become a permanent facility for the community to use and enjoy.   

Refund Policy

Recreation Programs Refund Policy

  • Refunds requested less than 5 business days prior to the start of the program, will be subject to a $15 cancellation fee per program/per participant

  • A full refund or credit is given if a program is cancelled by the Town of Lincoln
  • If the recreation program has started, refunds will be issued on a pro-rated basis
  • For day camps and swimming lessons no refunds will be issued once the program has started

 

Flag Raising Request Form

Flag Raising Ceremony Request Form 

To recognize and celebrate an inclusive Lincoln, the Town offers the temporary opportunity to raise Nation Flags and community flags on the designated Community Flag Pole located at Town Hall enhancing awareness of causes, special occasions, and activities. Approval is at the Town's sole discretion. 

The Town will fly the flags of: 

  • Other sovereign nations
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Other local organizations 

Requests will be confirmed on a first come first served basis.

Organizations are required to provide their own flag & other information pertaining to their flag raising program in advance of the flag raising.

Requests will not be approved for:

  • Political parties or organizations
  • Commercial entities or in celebration of corporate events
  • Religious organizations or in celebration of religious events

  • Groups, organizations, or events that promote beliefs contrary to any other Town policy or pose a reputational risk to the Town
  • Organizations that support hatred, violence or racism, or contradict the Ontario Human Rights Code

To request a flag raising at Town Hall please complete the form below. 

Contact Information

Grant Opportunities

 

 
2022 Grant Application window closed on February 11, 2022. 

Grant Opportunities 

The Town of Lincoln currently has two opportunities for community groups to apply for funding projects, initiatives, and events. Each funding opportunity has specific criteria to which organizations must meet. Review each of the policies & criteria prior to filling out the applications. 

Grow Prosper Belong Community Fund

 

 2022 Grant Application window closed on February 11, 2022

The Grow Prosper Belong Community Fund provides financial assistance for events, projects, and/or programs with an identified start-up and completion date.

The event/project/program must be held in the year the grant is awarded. Project funding allows community groups to be eligible for up to a maximum of 50% of the total costs of the event/project/project.

Parks, Recreation, & Culture Master Plan

Say How You Play - Parks, Recreation & Culture Master Plan

The Town of Lincoln developed a Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan in 2019  to guide decisions over the next ten years. Through research and public input, the Master Plan examines service levels in all communities across the Town and establish priorities. The Plan confirms program, service and facility needs and will identify provision strategies to assist with implementation.

Specifically, the Master Plan includes the following:

Skating Schedule

Regular Skating Schedule

Fleming Centre (5020 Serena Dr., Beamsville): 
 

Jordan Lions Arena (2767 Fourth Ave., Jordan): 

Skating schedule begins:  Sept. 7, 2021

View the skating schedule here.  We strongly encourage advanced registration.