Programs & Services
Trees within our urban forest provide many benefits. They reduce stormwater runoff, clean the air, offer shade and can decrease heating and cooling costs. Maintenance is important for the overall health of trees.
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:
Capital Budget Breakdown
The 2020 budget supports a period of increasing growth in population, infrastructure management, community programming and park development that will peak over the next 10-12 years. In 2020 there are major construction projects supporting infrastructure upgrades to our community.
Civil Marriage Ceremonies
The Town of Lincoln offers civil ceremonies to couples who are looking to have a simple, non-religious marriage ceremony. The service lasts approximately 20 minutes.
Availability & Appointments Overview
Animal Services in Lincoln - Niagara SPCA
The Niagara SPCA (formerly the Welland SPCA) provides animal control services to the Town of Lincoln.
When should you call?
Temporary Removable Speed Hump - Stadelbauer Drive & Central Avenue
The Town of Lincoln is looking for your input on the temporary speed humps that were installed on Stadelbauer Drive & Central Avenue.
The Town is requesting feedback to help determine the overall benefit and public acceptance of the temporary speed humps. This will help the Town determine whether or not a permanent speed hump should be considered or if other traffic calming measures should be evaluated.
There are two issues related to cannabis/marijuana:
New federal legalization for recreational use
Medical marijuana facilities
The two issues are regulated differently at a federal, provincial, and municipal level. Below is information on the two issues, commonly requested information, and enforcement information.
- Personal medical use in public spaces is the same as recreational use, listed above, and regulated by the Smoke Free Ontario Act and Regional By-law
- Licensing and compliance to regulations of growing facilities belongs to the federal government
- However, oversight of the regulations from federal and provincial perspective is multi jurisdictional to include Health Canada and the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) - Environmental Management Branch
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