Programs & Services
To acquire a marriage licence:
- Print, complete, and sign the application form
- Make an appointment with the Clerks department, contact by email or call 905-563-2799 ext. 513
- Bring the completed form and two pieces of valid identification (for each partner) to your appointment at Town Hall
- Pay the licence fee of $120 in-person with cash, credit or debit. Cheques will not be accepted.
uLinc Rider Policies
For the comfort and safety of all passengers
- Running for a moving bus is dangerous and can lead to an accident. If the bus is already moving away from a stop, don’t chase it. For everyone’s safety, bus drivers are not allowed to make sudden stops unless absolutely necessary. Please be at your stop at least five minutes early.
- Smoking is not permitted on ay transit bus in Niagara, in bus shelters or at bus terminals. This ban includes e-cigarettes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do you have a Lost and Found?
A: Yes, the Lost and Found is located at the Reception Desk in the Fleming Centre. You can look for an item by stopping by the Fleming Centre and inquiring at the counter or by calling 905-563-2799 ext. 319.
Q: Are wagons permitted on the bus?
An Optional Service Line Warranty Program for Lincoln Homeowners
The Town of Lincoln, in conjunction with Service Line Warranties of Canada, also known as SLWC, offers an optional Service Line Warranty program to homeowners. The Town wishes to make residents aware of the availability of this product since water and sewer line repairs can be very expensive. First launched in 2014, SLWC has partnered with over 35 leading cities and municipalities in Canada to provide repair service plans that offer peace of mind and convenience.
Cannabis Legalization & Medical Marijuana Facilities
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.
The Administrative Monetary Penalty System
What is AMPS:
It is an efficient process for collecting, appealing and paying penalties associated with non-compliance of a By-law, Regulation or Act
It uses a compliance-based approach, not criminal in nature, adopted by municipalities across Ontario
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