Town of Lincoln
Public Notices

There will be a public hearing regarding the Cambolassee Pond Watershed on March 22, 2021 at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers.  For more information please click the link below.

Water level hearing notice-Combalassee Ponds water shed


Town of Lincoln Request for Proposal RFP opening March 19, 2021 at 3:00 pm

1. Background

The Town of Lincoln is requesting proposals for a new bathhouse located at Prince Thomas Park, the Town’s Public Beach. This modern bathhouse will benefit Lincoln recreationally, professionally and aesthetically. The proposed bathhouse will be functional and utilized by approximately 200 beachgoers per day throughout the summer months and occasionally during the off-season for Town-sponsored events. This newly constructed bathhouse will help Lincoln to make Prince Thomas Park a focal point of recreational opportunities in the community.

2. Instruction to Contractors

The Town of Lincoln reserves the right to reject any and all proposals. All questions regarding this RFP should be sent to All proposal submissions should be mailed to: Town of Lincoln, Attn: Town Clerk, Prince Thomas Park Bathhouse RFP, 29 Main Street, Lincoln, ME 04457 and must be in our receipt before March 19, 2021 at 3:00 pm. No submissions received after this time will be considered. The Town will accept proposals for all or a portion of the project.

All proposals must include proof of insurance of an amount not less than:
General Liability: $1,000,000 each occurrence $ 300,000 damage to premises rented each occurrence $ 10,000 medical expense $1,000,000 personal injury $2,000,000 general aggregate

Workers compensation
$1,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate.
**Contractors who cannot meet the workers compensation proof of insurance may apply for a Predetermination of Independent Contractor Status with the Workers Compensation Board – apply with Melissa Quintela, Treasurer.
Note: A copy of insurance certificate listing the Town of Lincoln as additional insured shall be filed with the Deputy Treasurer prior to the start of any work.
The Town of Lincoln is exempt from all federal, state and local taxes unless otherwise stated in this document. In the event taxes are imposed on any of the goods or services purchased, the Town of Lincoln will not be responsible for payment of the taxes and shall be absorbed by the
selected contractor. Upon request, the Town of Lincoln’s tax exemption certificate will be furnished.

3. Scope of Work

Attached to this RFP is the design for the Prince Thomas Park Bathhouse, engineered and provided by Foresight Engineering. i. General

a. Permitting. b. Site layout. c. Trusses construction. d. Roof construction. e. Floor construction. f. Construction of ceiling. g. Construction of concrete walkway. h. Electric service and fixtures. i. Plumbing and plumbing fixtures: water and sewer. j. Various interior finishing and fixtures.

NOTE: All items contained within the Scope of Work must be completed by July 31, 2021, unless other arrangements are agreed upon between the Town of Lincoln and the contractor.

4. Warranty/Quality Assurance

The contractor will provide documentation and language that includes a one-year full warranty of all mechanical fixtures (plumbing, mechanical and heating).

The contractor shall be solely responsible to the Town of Lincoln for the quality of all services performed by the contractor or any sub-contractor. All services and materials provided by the contractor or its sub-contractors shall be performed in accordance with the best professional judgment and skill, and adhere to all state and local codes, in a timely manner and shall be fit and suitable for the purposes intended by the Town of Lincoln.


Town of Lincoln Bathhouse Request for Proposal


Per Town of Lincoln Ordinance 1407.3 winter night-time parking is in effect between November 1st and April 1st during the hours of 12:01AM and 6:00AM.  No parking during that time is allowed on any pubic way in the Town of Lincoln except in cases of emergency.  Winter Night-Time Parking permits may be issued to tenants of residential apartments located on Main Street between Lake Street and Burton Street where there is no off-street parking with the building.  These permits are available at the Town Office for a fee of $10.00 per vehicle.  If you are parking in Veteran’s Square and live in one of these apartment buildings, you must purchase a permit ASAP.  You will need your Driver’s License and vehicle registration in order to apply.  The Town Office is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.  Your vehicle could be towed away if a permit is not displayed and charged a violation fee of up to $80.00.  Come see us today!