Online Bill Pay Now Available!
The City of Lincoln is now offering Online Bill Pay to make it easier for you to manage and pay your City of Lincoln utility bill.
Freeway Entrance to Reopen Tuesday
After a five-week closure, the long-awaited revamped Lincoln Boulevard freeway entrance to southbound State Highway 65 is scheduled to reopen Tuesday, May 21st.
Public Safety Committee Meeting - May 22nd
The agenda for the May 22nd Public Safety Committee meeting is now available.
Regional Sewer Project Final EIR
The Final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Regional Sewer Project is now available for review.
Building Safety Month
May 2013 is Building Safety Month throughout the United States. Over the next few weeks the City of Lincoln is providing helpful tips on various building, fire safety and green building topics.
Sorrento Development Construction Resumes
Meritage Homes has announced the resumption of the Sorrento development construction.
2012 Fourth Quarter Sales Tax Update
Receipts for Lincoln's October through December 2012 sales were 11.6% higher than the same quarter one year ago.
Goats Return to Graze
Over the next few months you may see goats and sheep grazing within the City of Lincoln's Open Space Preserves.
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S Curve Work Delayed Until Spring
Late-fall storms and the approaching winter season will delay realignment of the Lincoln Boulevard on-ramp to southbound State Highway 65.
Election Night Results
Election Night results for Placer County can be found on the Placer County Office of Elections’ website.
Development Services Fee Increase
The Development Services Fee Increase Bulletin provides a summary of the fee increase approved at the September 11, 2012 City Council meeting.
Lincoln Crossing Parks FAQ
A Frequently Asked Questions document regarding funding for Lincoln Crossing Parks is now available on-line.
FY 2012-13 Budget In Brief
The Budget-in-Brief provides a summary of the Fiscal Year 2012-13 General Fund Budget.
2012 State of the City Address
The 2012 State of the City was delivered Wednesday, May 23rd, at the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Breakfast.
Regional Sewer Project Information
In an attempt to keep Lincoln residents fully apprised of progress on the Mid-Western Placer Regional Sewer project, we have developed a web page specifically for the project.
Don't Forget to Properly Store Your Boats and RV's!
City ordinance prohibits the storage of RVs, boats, and trailers in front yards, driveways or on-street for more than 72 hours.
TIGER IV Grant
City Applies for $10 million TIGER IV Grant to Transform Historic Downtown Lincoln.
Lincoln Boulevard Improvements Project FAQ
The Lincoln Boulevard Improvements Project creates an opportunity to redesign a section of the former Highway 65 to better serve all modes of transportation and adjacent land uses.
Fiscal Sustainability Committee Website
The Lincoln Fiscal Sustainability Committee has developed a website to help citizens stay informed and get involved in the work of the FSC.
Road Closures at Railroad Crossings
Several roads in communities throughout western Placer County are scheduled to be closed at railroad crossings for varying lengths of time in the coming weeks while the Union Pacific Railroad does track-replacement work.
Ticks Found Positive for Lyme Disease
Eight tick samples in Placer County have tested positive for the Lyme disease organism in the past two weeks.
Before You Strike That First Nail
The City of Lincoln has developed a business start-up guide to assist small business in opening a new business in the City of Lincoln.
First Time Homebuyer Program
First time homebuyers can now afford to purchase a home, with a "silent" second mortgage provided by the City.
Winter/Spring 2012 Recreation Guide
The Winter/Spring 2012 Recreation Guide is now available!
TIGER III Grant
City Applies for $10 TIGER III Grant to Transform Historic Downtown Lincoln
Green Waste Collection Continues
The City of Lincoln is still operating with limited staff but has continued to collect green waste the past two weeks, and is nearly back to normal service.
Latest Update on Striking Local 39 Employees
At the September 27th City Council meeting, Council did not vote on the two-year tentative labor agreement with the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 39, Classified Unit, and instead directed staff to continue negotiations with the Local 39 Classified Unit.
Survey Results for Lincoln Boulevard Project
More than 700 Lincoln community members participated in the on-line community survey providing feedback on community values, goals and objectives for the Lincoln Boulevard Improvement project.
FAQ’s Regarding Classified Employees’/Local 39 Strike
Frequently Asked Questions answered regarding the current strike by Local 39 Classified Employees.
Propane Tanker Fire Incident FAQ
Some frequently asked questions answered regarding the propane tanker fire incident last week.
2010 Urban Water Management Plan Final Report
The City of Lincoln has adopted the 2010 Urban Water Management Plan Update, in compliance with the State of California requirements AB 797 and SBx7-7.
Calendar Year 2010 Salary Information
The Calendar Year 2010 City Employee Salary and Compensation Report is now available.
Carnegie Library Closed
Effective immediately, Lincoln Public Library's Carnegie facility located in historic downtown Lincoln will close for the upcoming fiscal year which runs July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.
New Development Services Counter Hours
Due to budget constraints, the Development Services Department will have reduced counter hours starting July 1, 2011. The new hours will be 9a.m to Noon and 1p.m. to 4p.m.
City Audited Financials and Budget Reductions
At the April 5th special meeting of the Lincoln City Council, a report was given regarding the City's audited financial statements as of Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2010. Further budget reductions for the current fiscal year were also acted upon.
State Mandates Carbon Monoxide Alarms in Homes
Senate Bill 183 requires owners of dwellings intended for human occupancy to install carbon monoxide (CO) devices in existing dwelling units that have a fossil fuel burning heater, appliance, or fireplace, located within the dwelling or when a dwellings has an attached garage that has a fuel fired heater, water heater or appliance.
City Won't Realize $1.1 Million from Land Sale in FY 2011-2012
The City of Lincoln will not see an anticipated one-time revenue boost as the result of a land sale as anticipated in its 2011-2012 budget.
Energy Efficient Street Lights to be Installed
In April approximately 300 street lights around the City of Lincoln will be replaced with energy saving Light Emitting Diode (LED) street lights.
Do You Receive the City's Electronic Newsletter?
Do you receive the City's eBulletin? If not, you can now go on-line to see back issues of the City's electronic newsletter filled with City news, local special events, City projects and other important information.
Gadberry Groups 10 from 2010
The Gadberry Group today announced its list of the ten most notable high-growth areas in the United States.
Lincoln Bypass Website Goes Live
The State Route 65 Lincoln Bypass now has an official website, www.lincolnbypass.com, which is designed to keep the public informed and up-to-date on project progress and construction activity.
Be Sewer Smart!
As the holidays approach, home-cooked meals are commonplace. How you handle the fats, oils and grease left over now can help prevent a back-up in your home's sewer system in the future.
Downtown Market Analysis and Action Plan
The Market Analysis and Strategic Action Plan for Downtown Lincoln is now available online.
Proposed Utility User Tax (UUT) Information
At the June 22nd City Council meeting, Council unanimously voted to place a Temporary City of Lincoln Essential City Service Protection Measure on the November 2010 ballot.
City Council Acts to Close $2 Million Budget Deficit
Lay-offs & employee concessions help Lincoln close $2 million budget deficit and maintain police officers through the end of 2010.
City Budget for FY 2010-2011
The adopted City of Lincoln Budget Document for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 is now available online.
Citizens' Advisory Task Force Final Report
The Citizens' Advisory Financial Task Force Final report to the Lincoln City Council is available online for review.
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Understanding the Basics of Accessibility
The City of Lincoln in partnership with the Lincoln Chamber will present an Understanding the Basics of Accessibility at City Hall on February 17, 2010, at 7:30 a.m.
Re-Roofing Project in Your Future?
Beginning January 1, 2010, when more than 50% of the exterior surface of a roof or more than 1,000 square feet of roof is replaced, the roofing product must meet certain requirements.
Missed a City Council Meeting?
Lincoln City Council meetings are rebroadcast every Saturday, and the most recent Council meetings are now available on-line!
Highway 65 Bypass
The Caltrans website provides Highway 65 Bypass information.
The California Department of Housing and Community Development has developed a publication to help people before, during and after the foreclosure process.
City on Facebook and Twitter
According to public information professionals nationwide, the growth in use of social media throughout the world is increasing exponentially.
Wood Burning Handbook
A Guide to Burning in Placer County
NID Regional Water Supply Project Information
A website about the proposed NID Regional Water Supply Project has been launched.
Public Safety Tools in Place in Lincoln
The City of Lincoln has two tools in its public safety arsenal to help notify residents of important public safety information within just moments.
Bikeway Master Plan
Review a copy of the cities Bikeway Master Plan by clicking here.
Markham Ravine Nature Area Site Plan Map
The Markham Ravine Nature Area Master Plan establishes an integrated approach to the development, management, and operation of the Markham Ravine Nature Area. A Site Plan Map is now available.
City's local government channel broadcast on two stations
The City's local government channel is broadcast on SureWest Channel 78 as well as Wave Broadband Channel 18.
Zoning Map & Zoning Code
Review a copy of the City's zoning map and code by clicking here.