FY 2013 Annual Report
Penobscot ATV Off-Road Riders Application
Welcome to the Town Office page. If you haven't visited Lincoln for a while, you'll notice the Town of Lincoln continues to change for the better. Our downtown and surrounding retail business area is active, vibrant and the business owners are anxious to help you with any of your needs for goods and services. Lincoln is the retail hub for a population of nearly 25,000 people. With all its growth and improvements, Lincoln still retains its small New England town character. We hope you'll enjoy Lincoln, the "Undiscovered Maine"...
|Town Office||794-3372||Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM|
|Library||794-2765||Monday to Friday 10 AM to 6PM
Saturday 10AM to 2 PM
|Transfer Station||794-2621||Monday to Sunday 9AM to 4PM Closed Thursdays|
|Public Works||794-6658||Summer Monday to Thursday 6:30AM - 5PM
Winter Monday to Friday 6:30AM-3:00PM
|Recreation||794-6548||Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM|
|Fire - Business||794-8455||24-hours per day|
|Fire - Emergency||911||24-hours per day|
|Lincoln Town Office||794-3372|
|William Reed, Town Manager
|Lincoln Post Office||794-6609||Tom Whitney, Post Master|
|Lincoln Court House||794-8512||No contact name|
|Humane Society||794-3457||No contact name|
|Chamber of Commerce||794-8065||Cheryl Russell, President|
|Penobscot Valley Hospital||794-3321||David Shannon, CEO|
|Lincoln Water District||794-2921||Ron Gray, Superintendent|
|Lincoln Sanitary District||794-8244||Darold Wooley, Superintendent|
|Ballard Hill Community Center||794-2612||No contact name|
|RSU No. 67||794-6509||Denise Hamlin, Superintendent|
|Region III||794-8596||Al Dickey, Director|
|Fire-- business||794-8455||Chief Phillip Dawson|
|Police-- business||794-8455||Chief William Lawrence|
|Police -- emergency||911|
|PVH Ambulance Service||794-2911|
|Town Manager||William Reed|
|Town Clerk||Shelly Crosby|
|Tax Collector||Tracie York|
|Community Events Coordinator||Amanda Woodard|
|Police Chief||William Lawrence|
|Fire Chief||Phillip Dawson|
|Director of Public Works/Transfer Station||David Lloyd|
|Director of Cemetery Parks & Recreation||Ronald Weatherbee|
|Code Enforcement||Daniel Whittier|
|Registrar of Voters||Shelly Crosby|
|Library Director||Linda Morrill|
|Welfare Director||Gilberte Mayo|
|Stephen Clay||Councilor, Chair|
|Roderick Carr||Councilor Vice Chair|
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION - RIGHT TO KNOW
Anyone wishing to request information from the Town of Lincoln must complete the "Freedom of Information" Request Form. This will give our staff the opportunity to understand your request and to respond in a timely manner. Please click here and email the form to the Town Clerk.
Lincoln Regional Airport 17-35 runway extends 2,800 feet and has radio controlled Medium Intensity Runway lights (MIRLS). Other aids include a rotating beacon,
wind indicator, segmented circle and a Unicom and non-directional beacon. The Lincoln Municipal Seaplane Base is located on the Penobscot River, 500 feet from the
end of the airport's runway. The elevation of the water at the landing area is 160 feet Mean Sea Level.
Need a rental vehicle? Call Thornton Brothers at 794-8600.
The Town of Lincoln offers its taxpayers the option of participating in a tax club to make monthly payments on real and personal property taxes.
In order to enroll in the club, taxes must be paid in full for the current fiscal year and enrollment must be done by June 30th. Members are required
to make their monthly payment no later than the 10th of each month to remain in the club. While in the club, members do not pay interest or penalties
as long as payments are made on time. Once a member is removed from the club for non-payment, interest and penalties accrue on the unpaid portion of
the taxes. For more information email Tax Collector, Tracie York, or call her at 794-3372.
Enter here to download an application to join the Tax Club.
State law and town ordinance require licenses to conduct certain types of business. Before these licenses are issued by the Town Council,
a New Business Application must be obtained through the Code Enforcement Office. The following license applications are required to be filed
with the Town Clerk at least two weeks before the Regular Town Council meeting which is held the second Monday of each month.
Applications for liquor licenses and bottle club registrations are available through the State of Maine.
The Lincoln Town Office offers many licenses to both residents and non-residents of Maine.
Duck & Pheasant Stamps
Combination Hunting & Fishing Licenses
Non-resident Hunting & Fishing Licenses
Small game hunting licenses
Fall turkey licenses
Coyote night hunt licenses
Expanded Archery antlered licenses
Expanded Archery antler-less licenses
Over 70 Complimentary license
Over 70 Lifetime license