FY 2014 Annual Report
Penobscot ATV Off-Road Riders Application
The State of Maine may be holding some of your property. Rep. Sheldon Hannington dropped off a pamphlet today about the State of Maine's unclaimed property. To start your search go to www.maine.gov/upsearch.
RSU 67 Finance Committee Meeting
Budget meetings for RSU 67 start Feb 24, 2015. Click here for a copy of the agenda.
Now Available, Town Office Slide Show
Have you liked the Town's Facebook page? We update the page daily to keep you informed of events and activities going on in town. Click here and like our page.
Slide Show Photo of the Month
If you have been to the Town Office the past few years I'm sure you have noticed the slide show behind the counter. We are looking at updating and adding new things to it, all of us here would like you to help! We are going to start running the picture of the Month Contest. Please submit pictures to the Town of Lincoln's Facebook and once a month we will chose a photo and add it to the Slide Show for a month.
We would like to keep the pictures local and of local people, if you have a child photographer or a great looking pet please submit them to! If you would like further information please call Amanda or Melissa at the office 794-3372
Summer Employment applications are being accepted now until April 3rd 2015, download a application here.
Assessor Ruth Birtz has developed a Power Point presentation in an effort to explain the general idea and purpose of TIF agreements. Click here if you would like to view the presentation.
Public Hearing March 9, 2015
These are the proposed items that are currently slated for the March 9, 2015 agenda:
1. Amendment to the Municipal Code Section 1700 Solid Waste-Transfer Department and Appendix - Schedule of Fees/Transfer Station
2. Amendment to Personnel Policies, Pay Adjustments- Town Clerk/Office Manager
3. ATV access route request from the Penobscot Off-Road Riders involving the Half Township and Curtis Farm Roads
Snow Cross Race
Don't miss out on the Sno-Cross races Feb 21&22, 2015. Registration is 8-10 am Saturday and Sunday at The Lincoln Snow Hounds club.
The Lynx Rush May 16th. Please see https://runsignup.com/Race/ME/Lincoln/TheLynxRush for registation and more information. There is also a facebook page and you can always contact Justin Cloukey.
Tax Bill Due Date
The next Tax due date will be May 15th. Tax bills should be sent out the week of March 16th. Should you have questions, please contact our office at 794-3372!
Mid-Monthly News to begin starting Friday, December 19th!
For many years, the Town of Lincoln released a "Weekly News" every week which highlighted department activities. This Friday shall mark the first re-release of those highlights which will be done on a monthly basis the third week. Please visit the Weekly News/Monthly Reports page to catch up on what's happening in Lincoln!
West Broadway Widening was approved by Voters!
The Town of Lincoln held informational meetings on the West Broadway Widening Project and on 11/4/2014 registered voters approved the project. To view the slideshow and handouts given during the previous meetings, please click on the following: Lincoln TIF Program Explained, Map of TIF Districts, and West Broadway Project Summary.
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
February Photo of the Month
Photographer- Jean Hanington
Downtown Lincoln - Penquis Building
Christmas in Downtown Lincoln!
Looking to start a business?
An aerial view of the Downtown area.
All roads lead to Lincoln!
A place to relax by the Lake!
Thank you for keeping us free!