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Lincoln's 50th Anniversary

Lincoln's 50th Birthday!

Lincoln’s story began in 1969 when three communities voted to become Lincoln. So, our journey as a community all started on Jan. 1, 1970 when Beamsville and the Townships of Clinton & most of Louth amalgamated (have maps shown during voice over). The preferred name was Lincoln.

Our one Lincoln now contains the communities & hamlets of Beamsville, Jordan, Vineland, Campden, Rockway & Tintern.

2020 Budget

2020 Budget
 

Budget Overview

Lincoln is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Niagara. We have a responsibility to our community to best deliver services at a high level and do so efficiently and cost-consciously.
 

Age-Friendly Lincoln Survey

Age-Friendly Lincoln Survey

The Town of Lincoln’s Age-Friendly Citizen Advisory Committee is seeking your thoughts on the quality of life for you living here in Lincoln. The Committee is striving to make our community a place to belong for all ages.

Have your say and take a few minutes to complete the survey below. 

The survey closes on Jan. 18, 2020.

2020 Budget Planning

2020 Budget

Lincoln continues to be one of the fastest growing municipalities in Niagara. Affordability for our residents and businesses remains a focus in all decision-making. Lincoln remains the 2nd lowest in property taxes as a % of household income. Lincoln remains the 4th lowest in property taxes + water/wastewater as a % of household income.

The 2020 Budget planning is focused on growth & development - infrastructure, service delivery, and programs & services. The Town also continues to invest in basic services.

Service structure: 

2019 State of Lincoln Address

2019 State of Lincoln Address

Thank you to the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce for hosting this annual Mayor’s Luncheon. It is truly a privilege to have this opportunity to talk about the community we all are so proud to call home.

Let me ask you a question. What would happen if we were all blunt and used straight talk when we said what was on our minds every day?

Imagine how much less wondering there would be if leaders were forthright about their beliefs and intentions?

I’ll come back to this later.

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