Programs & Services

Civil Marriage Ceremony Consultation Form

 
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Please complete the following questionnaire prior to attending the consultation. 

Marriage Licence Information
Applicant Information
Please bring photo ID to the consultation meeting
Witness Information
Civil Ceremony Details
Town of Lincoln Policy Review

Personal Information contained on this form, is collected under the authority the Marriage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M3 and will be used for the purposes of performing a civil marriage ceremony. Questions regarding this collection of information should be directed to the Town Clerk, 4800 South Service Road, Beamsville, ON, L0R 1B1 or call 905-563-2799.

Temporary Speed Hump Survey - Garden Gate Terrace

Temporary Removable Speed Hump  - Garden Gate Terrace

The Town of Lincoln is looking for your input on the temporary speed hump that was installed on Garden Gate Terrace between Drake Avenue and Hartwood Drive.  The Town is requesting feedback to help determine the overall benefit and public acceptance of the temporary speed hump. 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.

Feedback Survey

Online Accounts

Online Accounts

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.

Cannabis Legalization

Cannabis Legalization 

There are two issues related to cannabis/marijuana:

  1. New federal legalization for recreational use

  2. 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.
 

Medical Marijuana

Medical Marijuana 

Jurisdiction:

  • 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

Commemorative Program Boardwalk Plaque Form

 
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Contact Information
Plaque
Conditions of Agreement
  1. I agree to the Park Amenities Commemorative Program Guidelines which cover how selection of the site is determined and the specific location for the amenity.
  2. I understand that plaques and amenities will not be maintained in perpetuity. They will be removed when repair is no longer feasible (as determined by the Town) due to damage and deterioration from the natural elements or otherwise
  3. I understand the plaque will be given to me (or my alternate contact if I cannot be located) when the amenity is removed at the end of its lifecycle (as determined by the Town). If I or my alternate contact cannot be located, the plaque will be stored at a Town facility for a period of three (3) years, after which it will be re-purposed or destroyed.
  4. The amenity may be temporarily removed for the purpose of maintenance, construction or park festivals and activities
  5. Public access to the site or the amenity location may be restricted if it is deemed unsafe due to adverse weather conditions or construction.
  6. In the event of vandalism, the Town will make reasonable efforts to restore the amenity or plaque back to its original state but will not replace either item.
  7. I understand the Town may permanently change the location of the amenity due to park and road improvement or reconstruction work. I (or my alternate contact if I cannot be located) will be informed of this change.
  8. I understand that it is my responsibility to provide the Town with updated personal contact information.

Commemorative Program Donor Form & Agreement

 
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Donor Contact Information
Alternate Contact Information
Donation Information
Amenity Selection

Amenity Information 

Tree ($750): Includes the installation of a 50-60 mm caliper tree and a memorial tag.  Tree planting takes place in the spring and fall and a two-year warranty is provided by the Town. All species must meet the approval of staff based on the best fit for the location to ensure the long-term health of the tree.

Bench ($2,295): Includes accessible cement pad, a memorial plaque and installation in an approved location.  The make and model of the bench is at the sole discretion of the Town.

Picnic table ($2,495): Includes an accessible hexagonal picnic table and a memorial plaque, placed in an approved location. Constructed with 100% highly durable recycled plastic slates, galvanized steel frame, stainless steel hardware.

Boardwalk plaque ($200): Includes a commemorative plaque on the boardwalk at Charles Daley park

 

Plaque
Conditions of Agreement
  1. I agree to the Park Amenities Commemorative Program Guidelines which cover how selection of the site is determined and the specific location for the amenity.
  2. I understand that plaques and amenities will not be maintained in perpetuity. They will be removed when repair is no longer feasible (as determined by the Town) due to damage and deterioration from the natural elements or otherwise
  3. I understand the plaque will be given to me (or my alternate contact if I cannot be located) when the amenity is removed at the end of its lifecycle (as determined by the Town). If I or my alternate contact cannot be located, the plaque will be stored at a Town facility for a period of three (3) years, after which it will be re-purposed or destroyed.
  4. The amenity may be temporarily removed for the purpose of maintenance, construction or park festivals and activities
  5. Public access to the site or the amenity location may be restricted if it is deemed unsafe due to adverse weather conditions or construction.
  6. In the event of vandalism, the Town will make reasonable efforts to restore the amenity or plaque back to its original state but will not replace either item.
  7. I understand the Town may permanently change the location of the amenity due to park and road improvement or reconstruction work. I (or my alternate contact if I cannot be located) will be informed of this change.
  8. I understand that it is my responsibility to provide the Town with updated personal contact information.

Please note that once this form has been received and reviewed, a member of our Community Services staff will be in contact with you to arrange a method of payment.