Welcome to the Town of Lincoln New Hampshire.

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                           Upcoming Meetings: 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN: Monday
, June 16, 2014, 5:30 pm
AGENDA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: Proposed Land Swap Agreement, Monday, June 9, 2014 at 5:30 pm AGENDA

Planning Board: Wednesday., June 25, 2014, 6:00pm Agenda

Zoning Board: May 21, 2014 at 6:00 pm

 

 

Lincoln Woodstock Community Garden Guidelines

The Lincoln-Woodstock Community Garden (LWCG) is a program of the Town's Food Pantry.  The Lincoln-Woodstock

Community Garden's mission is to create a garden for the use and benefit of the citizens of Lincoln and Woodstock, following

effective gardening practices and techniques, to promote gardening opportunities for those who live in areas that are unable

to have gardens, to support a cooperative community of gardeners and to provide affordable rental plots for members to grow

their own healthy food. (registration/see more...)

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          Be Part of Lincoln's 250th Celebration!

                                          

Come audition for... LINCOLN: A TOUR THROUGH TIME

Performance: Monday, July 28 at 7:30 PM

FRIDAY, MAY 30th  from 6-8 PM or SATURDAY at Jean's Playhouse, 34 Papermill Drive, Lincoln, NH 03251

We are looking for participants from Lincoln and our surrounding communities of various ages, types and experience.

It is not necessary to prepare an audition piece as we will be reading from the script.

Questions? Call Vicki Etchings at 603-745-2141 or email at vetchings@jeans-playhouse.com

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Friendly Reminder... aged and worn vintage do not feed wildlife sign - stock photo

Lincoln is a resort and recreational community with a large number of transient visitors and guests. A major portion of the

town consists of White Mountain National Forest, home to an ever-increasing number of wild animals. Please take a moment to

review our Wild Animal Ordinance which was adopted in an effort to assist our residents and guests in peacefully coexisting

with the wild animals upon whose habitat we are infringing.

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A TASTE OF HISTORY...a KEEPSAKE THAT WILL BRING YOU JOY FOR MANY YEARS TO COME.

 

               On sale now at the Lincoln Public Library, 22 Church Street

The Upper Pemi Historical Society has produced a beautiful cookbook in commemoration of Lincoln's

250th anniversary. These keepsake items will feed your stomach and your hearts with a collection of recipes from

days done by, as well as today.      $15.00 each

Contact:   Carol Riley, Lincoln Public Library 

(603) 745-8159 email: library@lincolnnh.org

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Consumer confidence Report - Lincoln Water Works 2013 (Read more)

 

 

 

 

Come Celebrate Lincoln's 250th Anniversary!

BE THE FIRST TO PURCHASE LINCOLN'S 250th ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE LICENSE PLATE!

Now available for purchase at Lincoln Town Hall  for $15.00. License plate may be used on the front of the currently registered and inspected vehicle only, and is valid until December 31, 2014.

 

Click the Community Calendar to see on-going library and historical society events. For on-going events in the Lincoln community, check out our Local Events.

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LINCOLN 250TH CELEBRATION PHOTO CONTEST SUBMISSIONS

Lincoln entrepreneurs submitted by Capt. Jeff Burnham of the Lincoln PD.
(L to R Office Perry, Hadassah Corey (6), Abishai Corey (8) and younger brother Jesse Corey (3), all from Lincoln)

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2014 CONTRACTORS FOR NON-BID EMERGENCY REPAIR WORK

The Town of Lincoln is formulating a list of interested excavating contractors for non-bid/emergency repair work for 2014.

Attached are the Town of Lincoln 2014 Equipment and Labor Rates.

Contractors will be placed on a rotating call schedule. (SEE SCHEDULE)

 
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The Town of Lincoln Capital Improvement Program for 2014 - 2019

Adopted by the Lincoln Planning Board November 26, 2013


IMPORTANT TAX INFORMATION

The Town of Lincoln has contracted with the appraisal company of Commerford Nieder Perkins, LLC (CNP) to perform data verification on all properties in the Town of Lincoln for 2014. This process will begin in December 2013...see more

 

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Lincoln Town Hall Revised Service Fees

The Town Hall has revised clerical service fees:

Tax Cards:  $1.00 per card

Document Copies: $0.50 per page

To send a fax:  $1.00

 

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Important Information About Your Drinking Water...

The Lincoln Water Works water system recently violated drinking water standards. Although this is Not An Emergency, as our customers, you have a right to know what happened, what you should do, and what we are doing to correct this situation. See More

 

Call for Volunteers

The Lincoln Fire Department is now recruiting! Our Fire Department is a community based department and is looking for new members.  If you like helping others in their time of need and are looking for a way to serve

our great community, we would like to speak with you.  Entry level to advance positions available.  All applications will be considered. Applications are available here or at the Town Offices, 148 Main Street.

Any questions, call 348-7250

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Remember to get your seasonal fire permit!

Today's predicted Fire Danger

Daily Fire Danger

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Town Projects

Follow progress on the Loon Mountain Bridge project

www.hebengineers.com/Lincoln

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2012 Annual Report - Celebrating Recreation

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LINCOLN WOODSTOCK FOOD PANTRY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Planet Aid helps the Food Pantry!

The Lincoln-Woodstock Food Pantry is located at the Father Roger Bilodeau Community Center, 194 Pollard Road in Lincoln. The Food Pantry supplies food and necessary household items to families in need in the Lincoln-Woodstock community. The Food survives by the generosity of our community members, with food support from USDA Commodities Foods, and the County Farm stand.

The Lincoln-Woodstock Food Pantry wishes to thank the community for the following donations...

Food Pantry Donation

 

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Notice Regarding Merged Lots
If you own real estate lots that were involuntarily merged by municipal action, you may be able to have those lots restored by their pre-merger status.
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2013 Consumer Confidence Report - Lincoln Water Works

 

What is the source of my water?

 

NOTICE REGARDING YOUR DRINKING WATER, May 2012

 

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The Town of Lincoln prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital or family status. The Town of Lincoln is an equal opportunity employer.
© 2007 Lincoln Town Hall P.O. Box 25 Lincoln, NH 03251. All rights reserved.
Phone: 603-745-2757 Fax: 603-745-6743