High Water Levels at Charles Daley Park

West beach is reopened & East beach remains closed. 

Town Hall

Niagara Adapts

Niagara Adapts

Niagara Adapts is a partnership designed to build innovative climate solutions right here in Niagara. By leveraging resources and expertise from seven municipalities in the Niagara region and Brock University’s Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, the partnership supports collaborative climate change adaptation assessment, planning and implementation.

Regional Government Review

Provincial Review of Regional Governments Across Ontario

The provincial government announced on Jan. 15, 2019, that they have undertaken a process to review regional governments across the province. 

The purpose of the review is to ensure that regional governments (including the Niagara Region) and member municipalities (including Lincoln) across Ontario are working effectively and efficiently, and continue to provide the essential services that our communities rely on.

2019 Capital Budget

Capital Budget Breakdown 

The 2019 Capital Budget continues to invest across our entire community.

This year, the investment is focused on environment & safety and transportation infrastructure.

The overall impact to the tax levy for capital is approximately $1.34 million.

Request a Proclamation

Requesting a Proclamation

Proclamations are ceremonial documents issued and signed by the Mayor to recognize the value and importance of a person, event, campaign, or organization for a certain day, week, or month. These proclamations are an official announcement issued by the Mayor at Council. Acknowledgement is normally given to reward the efforts and commitment of individuals or organizations that enhance our community and are significant to Lincoln residents. Proclamations will be included in the Council Agenda for the month proclaimed.


  • Submission must be received 4 weeks in advance of the Council meeting - late submissions will not be considered
  • Request must be submitted by representatives of a recognized charity or community group based in the municipality of Lincoln 
  • Will be issued only with respect to activities that support residents of Lincoln or related events taking place in the municipality including:
    • Public awareness campaigns
    • Charitable fundraising campaigns
    • Arts and cultural celebrations or awareness 
    • Honours, remembrances, or major celebrations
    • Special anniversaries for non-profit organizations that benefit the community of Lincoln

Please Note:

  • Individuals and organization seeking proclamations to recognize regional, provincial, or national causes or events will be referred to the other appropriate order of government recognition
  • The Town of Lincoln reserves the right to decline any request

Notice of Collection
Personal information contained on this form is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25 and will be used for the purposes of administering your request for a proclamation. 

To request a proclamation please compete the form below. 

Organization or Community Group Information
Contact Information
Proclamation Information

Rules of Delegations

Rules of Delegations at Standing Committee & Council

The purpose of the delegation process is to allow residents to make their views known to Council.

Council values and welcomes input, comments, and suggestions. Since Council generally has to consider a large number of issues and concerns at any given time, the following protocol is observed:

Delegation Registration Form

Contact Information
Meeting Information

Appear as a Delegation

Be Engaged! Appear as a Delegation to Council or Committee


  • Delegations are individuals or groups that are requesting permission to appear before a Standing Committee or Council
  • In order to speak at a Standing Committee or Council meeting, individuals must first register as a delegation
  • Delegations are encouraged to bring their information to the appropriate Standing Committee to allow members to consider all information before making their recommendations to Council