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Lincoln Maine Public Works

Public Works

The Town of Lincoln's Public Works department keeps our town running! In the summer, you'll see Public Works working on our capital road repaving projects and capital ditch maintenance & establishment projects as well as maintaining culverts, storm drains, and road signs. In the winter, Public Works clears snow and ice from 64 miles of local roads and five municipal parking lots, repairs defects and potholes in paved roadways, and removes fallen trees and other debris left by winter storms. If you have any questions about Lincoln's Public Works, contact Dennis Bullen at or 207-794-6658.


The Lincoln Water District and Lincoln Sanitary District are not managed by the Town. Questions for the Water District can be answered by Jeff Day at or 207-794-2921. Questions for the Lincoln Sanitary District can be answered by Scott Hesseltine at or 207-794-8244. 

13 Year Paving Project

The Town of Lincoln started a 15 year paving project in 2021. Please note, the anticipated schedule below is subject to change.

  • 2021 - Complete: Demarey Avenue, Lakeview Street, Morgan Street, Pleasant Street, Porter Street, Stanhope Mill Road, Williams Street. Estimated cost of $301,150 and 3,170 tons of pavement. 

  • 2022 - Complete: Hillcrest Drive, Phinney Farm Road, Pinkham Street. Estimated cost $289,750 and 3,054 tons of pavement. 

  • 2023: Curtis Farm Road, Goding Avenue, Park Avenue. Estimated cost $293,550 and 2,090 tons of pavement.

  • 2024: Abbie Lane, Adams Street, Fleming Street, Grindle Street, Lindsay Street, Mattanawcook Street, Perry Street. Estimated cost $273,125 and 2,875 tons of pavement. 

  • 2025: Fish Hill Drive, Folsom Pond Road, Taylor Street.  Estimated cost $293,075 and 3,085 tons of pavement. 

  • 2026: Frost Street, Kneeland Avenue, Libby Street, Warsaw Circle. Estimated cost $311,125 and 3,275 tons of pavement. 

  • 2027: Bedford Farm Road, Buckley Avenue, East Broadway, Highland Avenue, Holmes Street, Penobscot Valley Avenue, Second Street. Estimated cost $287,375 and 3,025 tons of pavement. 

  • 2028: Clark Street, Edwards Street, Frederick Street, Hale Street, Mountainview Drive, Tibbett’s Drive and Workman Terrace. Estimated cost $283,100 and 2,980 tons of pavement. 

  • 2029: Ayer Street, Cushman Street, Lancaster Street, Mohawk Road, School Street, Washington Street. Estimated cost $ 289,275 and 3,045 tons of pavement. 

  • 2030: Ariel Street, Evergreen Drive, Jewel Street, MacKenzie Avenue, Station Road.  Estimated cost $262,200 and 2,760 tons of pavement. 

  • 2031: Academy Street, Albert Drive, Burton Street, Fox Farm Road, Haynes Street, Katahdin Avenue, Lake Street, Mechanic Street, Prince Street, Sunset Lane, Whalen Street, Wilson Street. Estimated cost $282,625 and 2,975 tons of pavement.

  • 2032: Bagley Mountain Road. Estimated cost $ 258,875 and 2,725 tons of pavement. 

  • 2033: Sweet Road, Town Farm Road.  The cost and tonnage has been divided into two parts, with a part costing an estimated $256,500 and 2,700 tons of pavement and part b costing $185,250 and 1,950 tons of pavement. 

  • 2034: Resurfacing Gravel Roads including Airport Road, Alyward Drive, Curtis Farm Road, Easy Street, Folsom Pond Road, South Road, VFW Road, Winter Street, Worcester Way. Estimated cost $1,045,000 and 11,000 yards of material. 

  • 2035: Parking Lots and Sidewalks including Academy Street, Adams Street, the Public Safety parking lot, Burton Street, Court House parking lot, Prince Thomas Park, Upper and Lower High Street sidewalks, West Broadway sidewalks, Route 6 sidewalks, School Street, Transfer Station, Veterans Memorial Square. Estimated cost $476,700 and 3,405 tons of pavement. 

Dennis Bullen Lincoln Maine Public Works Director

Dennis Bullen

Public Works Director | Transfer Station Director


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