Latest News & Events

Special Town Council Meeting

There will be a special Town Council Meeting on Tuesday January 30, 2018 at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers.  Please check the Town Council page for further updates.

Bid for Police Cruiser

The Town of Lincoln is accepting sealed bids for the Sale of a 2010 Ford Crown Victoria 4 Door Sedan.  This vehicle is a former patrol car of the Lincoln Police Department.  Approximate mileage is 170,000.  Complete details are available  here or by stopping in the Town Office.  Update: No bids were received for this cruiser, […]

Time is Running Out License Your Dogs For 2018 Today

We still have over 700 unlicensed dogs! Current licenses expire on December 31st.  Please don’t forget to come into the Town Office and license your dogs today.  You do not want to get caught with an unlicensed dog and have to pay a $25.00, per dog, late fee.

New On-line Service: Rapid Renewal

The Town of Lincoln is now participating in Rapid Renewal.  Vehicles and trailers can now be re-registered online using the following link: Rapid Renewal. When you log on to the site you must have your old registration and insurance information available.  You can pay using a credit card or electronic check.  Once complete you can […]

Glass Recycling Program

The Lincoln Transfer Station is now accepting your glass containers for recycling.  All Clear, Brown and Green glass will have bins at the transfer station for recycling.  Please clean the containers of all food and labels and remove the covers.  There will be separate bins to collect each color glass outside the recycling building right […]

Lincoln’s Public Water Access

We hope you will visit  Lincoln, Maine this summer.  We have great fishing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, and swimming here. If you’ve never experienced the Lincoln Lakes Region before, we’ve compiled a list of the public boat launches in town for you, including the Penobscot River public boat launch. We also included Prince Thomas Park, […]

Visit The Lincoln Walking Trail

Have you visited the Lincoln Walking Trail yet? The walking trail has something for everyone. It is 2.2 miles long, handicap accessible and it has no steep inclines. There are 8 fitness stations located throughout the trail. There is also a picnic area near a beautiful rock wall. You never know what kind of wildlife […]

Visiting Lincoln? We have something just for you.

Lincoln is a great place to visit.  With 13 lakes, the beautiful Penobscot River, day-trip access to the region’s best fishing, hiking, ATV and snowmobiling, there is something for everyone.  Learn more about where to shop, stay, eat and play while you are…