Programs & Services
Inflow and infiltration
The flow of storm water into the sanitary sewer system from sources such as downspouts and illegal sump pump connections through direct or indirect connections
The flow of water into the sanitary sewer system through aged or defective pipes and/or maintenance chambers (i.e. cracks, defective joints, etc.) through soil (both groundwater and rainwater).
Public Works Week 2018
May 20 marks the first day of National Public Works Week. This is an opportunity to recognize the hard work and crucial skills of the Town of Lincoln's public works department. They are the foundation of our community! Read on or watch the video below to learn more about why they are so important.
Participate in the celebrations - attend the third annual Touch a Truck event!
Parking Ticket Payment
Parking tickets can be paid online (24/7) or in-person at Town Hall during business hours of Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Online payment is through Paymentus Corporation, a third party automated payment service, that accepts Visa or MasterCard. A convenience fee will be charged.
Our Summer Day Camps consist of fun days filled with crafts, active and co-operative games, environmental activities, music, movies, friendship focused sports and much more!
Starting Thursday April 26, 2018 - 6 p.m
- Register online or at the Fleming Centre
Open to Everyone
Lincoln Public Library operates two branches which provide informational, educational and recreational services for all residents. Visit the library for fun activities and events happening all year round, call for details and registration!
Lincoln Public Library Fleming Branch
5020 Serena Drive
Fax: 905 563-1810
The Town of Lincoln now brings you the convenience of reviewing your accounts and transactions in a free, secure, environment from anywhere, at anytime for:
- Property Taxes
- Utility Bills (water & wastewater)
- Vendor accounts receivable
- Tax Certificates
Residents and vendors may start using Online Services by following these 5 simple steps.
Methods of payment
1. By mail
The Town prohibits open-air burning unless you obtain a burn permit, as per the Town's Open-Air Fire By-law. An "open air fire" is defined as a fire in any open place, yard, field or area which is not contained or enclosed by a building or structure, and includes agricultural fires, chimineas, bonfires, and campfires.
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