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FY 2014 Annual Report

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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"...

  • Business Hours
  • Recycling Brochure
  • Phone Numbers
  • Town Department Contacts
  • Lincoln Regional Airport
  • Sportsman's Licenses
  • Vital Records
  • Tax Club
  • Tax Due Dates
  • Download your Building Permits
  • Business License Applications
  • Town Council

  • Our Business Hours of Operation

    Town Office794-3372Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM
    Library794-2765Monday to Friday 10 AM to 6PM
    Saturday 10AM to 2 PM
    Transfer Station794-2621Monday to Sunday 9AM to 4PM Closed Thursdays
    Public Works794-6658Summer Monday to Thursday 6:30AM - 5PM
    Winter Monday to Friday 6:30AM-3:00PM
    Recreation794-6548Monday to Friday 8AM to 5PM
    Fire - Business794-845524-hours per day
    Fire - Emergency91124-hours per day

    Municipal Phone Numbers

    Lincoln Town Office794-3372
    William Reed, Town Manager
    Lincoln Post Office794-6609Tom Whitney, Post Master
    Lincoln Court House794-8512No contact name
    Humane Society794-3457 No contact name
    Chamber of Commerce794-8065Cheryl Russell, President
    Penobscot Valley Hospital794-3321David Shannon, CEO
    Lincoln Water District794-2921Ron Gray, Superintendent
    Lincoln Sanitary District794-8244Darold Wooley, Superintendent
    Ballard Hill Community Center794-2612No contact name
    RSU No. 67794-6509Denise Hamlin, Superintendent
    Region III794-8596Al Dickey, Director
    Fire-- business794-8455Chief Phillip Dawson
    Fire-- emergency911
    Police-- business794-8455Chief William Lawrence
    Police -- emergency911
    PVH Ambulance Service794-2911
    Hospital Emergency911

    Municipal Departments

    Town Manager William Reed
    Town ClerkShelly Crosby
    AssessorRuth Birtz
    Tax CollectorTracie York
    TreasurerGilberte Mayo
    Community Events CoordinatorAmanda Woodard
    Police ChiefWilliam Lawrence
    Fire ChiefPhillip Dawson
    Director of Public Works/Transfer StationDavid Lloyd
    Director of Cemetery Parks & RecreationRonald Weatherbee
    Code EnforcementDaniel Whittier
    Registrar of VotersShelly Crosby
    Library DirectorLinda Morrill
    Welfare DirectorGilberte Mayo

    Town Councilors

    Stephen ClayCouncilor, Chair
    Roderick CarrCouncilor Vice Chair
    Shaun DrinkwaterCouncilor
    Curt RingCouncilor
    Marscella IrelandCouncilor
    David WhalenCouncilor
    Michael IrelandCouncilor


    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

    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.

    Tax Club

    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.

    Business License Applications

    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.

  • Blanket Letter of Approval Application
  • Special Amusement Permit for Dancing & Entertainment
  • Shows Application
  • Street Dance Permit Application
  • Vendor License Application
  • Victualer License Application
  • Video Games, Billiards,Pinball Application

  • Applications for liquor licenses and bottle club registrations are available through the State of Maine.

    Sportsman's Licenses

    The Lincoln Town Office offers many licenses to both residents and non-residents of Maine.

    Muzzle loading
    Hunting licenses
    Fishing licenses
    Duck & Pheasant Stamps
    Lifetime licenses
    Combination Hunting & Fishing Licenses
    Non-resident Hunting & Fishing Licenses
    Bear permits
    Archery license
    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
    Super-Sport designation