FY 2013 Annual Report
Penobscot ATV Off-Road Riders Application
Public Hearing for West Broadway Project
To view the West Broadway Public Notice for September 8th, please click here.
Lincoln seeking Town Manager...
To view the details for the open Town Manager position, please check the our employment page. Application materials are due by 5:00PM on August 29th.
Town accepting bids for Winter Sand
The Town of Lincoln is currently accepting bids for Winter Sand. To view the bid specs, please click here!
Municipal Offices to close for Labor Day!
All Municipal Offices will be closed on Monday, September 1st for Labor Day. The Town of Lincoln would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
Our Town website is now connected to a Google Calendar so that all meetings are tracked. To view the calendar, click the Calendar of Events located on the left. Public Notices/Special & Regular Meetings as well as Committee work will be added when details are available! To see meeting details, click the meeting time... It's that easy! Also, there will be a special meeting on Monday, August 25th at 7PM to discuss Town Office Options...
Request for Proposals - Town Office / Paving Bids
The Town Council is once again seeking RRP's for a new Town Office which are due back by August 15, 2014 by 2:00PM. Questions may be directed to Interim Town Manager, Ronald Weatherbee. To view the formal RFP, please click here!
The Public Works Director is also accepting paving bids for various projects. To view bid requirements, please click here!
Fall REC Programs Brochure is Out!
Are you interested in the Recreation Fall Programming? Is so, be sure to check out the 2014 Program brochure. To view the brochure, please click here!
To download the registration form, and fill out to deliver to the department, please click here!
UV Index is high - Use discretion...
The Cemetery, Parks & Recreation Dept. is asking parents to use their discretion when sending children to summer programs. Practice good safety measures, such as : Apply sunscreen and pack water and snacks to replenish fluids. Program participation is not mandatory and parents may opt to keep children home, should the temperatures continue to climb.
FY2015 Budget Adopted 6/16.
The FY2015 Budget Committee is commended for their service in reviewing all department budgets! Following their work, the Town Council reviewed the draft budget through a series of public hearings/workshops on June 2nd, June 9th and June 16th.
On June 16th, a Special Town Council Workshop was held and in which the FY2015 draft budget was adopted. This new budget shall begin on July 1st.
The complete FY2015 budget is available to the public for review at the Town Office and also electronically on the Town Council's webpage. For further questions, please contact the Town Office at 794-3372.
Bangor Natural Gas Public Announcement
Bangor Natural Gas has released a public announcement about the pipeline project. To view their statements, please click here.
TIPSOFT Program now available...
The Lincoln Police Department is collaborating with the Partnership for a Healthy Northern Penobscot (PHNP) to offer a TIPSOFT program for concerned residents to text into the department about crimes. To learn more about the program and how it works, please click here!
Lincoln: Business Friendly
Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce and Ruth Birtz, Economic Development Assistant for the Town of Lincoln were successful in their application for designation by
Governor LePage as a "Business Friendly Community". This is the first round of designations and the Town and Chamber should be proud of this accomplishment.
Click here to view the official notification from the Department of Economic and Community Development.
Online Tax Records
On-line tax records will include a photograph of the property. Property owners who do not want their property displayed on-line may fill out a "Do Not Publish" form and submit it to the Tax Assessor's office. Click here to download a form.
Know Your Property Tax Exemptions
If you haven't already, you should file for your $10,000 Homestead Exemption reduction in the valuation of your residence--it's an average annual savings of $201.20. Also, if you haven't already, you should file for your $6,000 Veterans Exemption--it's an average annual savings of $120.72. To see if you qualify for either exemption, call or contact Ruth Birtz at the Town Office. Click here to view the online application forms that are available through the State of Maine.
Lincoln - Home of 13 Lakes
Downtown Lincoln - Penquis Building
Christmas in Downtown Lincoln!
Looking to start a business?
An arial view of the Downtown area.
All roads lead to Lincoln!
A place to relax by the Lake!
Thank you for keeping us free!