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Green Up Day is May 4

Join with friends and neighbors on Green Up Day, to help tidy up our roadsides. On Saturday, May 4, 2019, Lincoln’s Green Up Headquarters is open at the Lincoln Fire Station from 8 a.m. to noon. Pick up some bags, sign up for a segment of road, and spend an hour or so making a difference in our community. There will be a picnic and raffle in the afternoon for all volunteers. Don’t miss this highly social spring ritual!

Roads are posted for weight limits

It’s mud season! Our roads have been posted to restrict heavy weight vehicles from traveling on them. If there is a critical need, please contact our Road Foreman, Dave Cavoretto, at (802)453-3703.

Dog licenses are now past due!

Dog licenses were due to be issued or renewed by April 1, contact your town clerk about taking care of this right away. Thank you, Sally Ober (802)453-2980

Walter S. Burnham Community Award

Announcing the Walter S. Burnham Community Award for students!  Go to our Community page of this website, and click on Burnham Hall for details.  The deadline to apply is March 15, 2019.

Lincoln Gap Road is CLOSED for the Winter!

The Lincoln Gap Road is officially closed for the winter.  Remove all vehicles from the parking areas by October 30, or risk being blocked in or towed.  Road barricades will be installed on Nov. 1, 2018.

The Nov. 6 General Election Polling Place is the Town Office

Polling hours are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Nov. 6, 2018, at the TOWN OFFICE.  Ballots are now available for early voting during regular office hours.  If you need to have your ballot mailed to you, please contact your town clerk right away to make the request.  The office will be closed on Nov. 6 for all other business.  The Library is holding a bake sale on election day.

Highway Improvement Project Updates

Update on Lincoln Road Projects 09.15.18

Town Clerk’s Office Closed Thurs., Sept. 20

The Town Clerk’s Office will be closed all day on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018.  We will be attending our annual Town Clerks and Treasurers Association Conference.



A road maintenance and drainage improvement project will begin on Quaker Street on Tuesday, September 4 and is expected to last for several weeks. We expect one-way traffic to be maintained throughout the project duration, but motorists should expect some delay. Please plan accordingly.

The project objectives are:

*remove and replace deteriorated culverts

*clean and stone line drainage ditches to effectively move water from the road surface and base structure

*reduce siltation and harmful discharges to Beaver Meadow Brook and the New Haven River

*grind and stabilize road base and apply new asphalt surface

This phase of the project will extend from approximately mailbox 1045 on the north to the Quaker Street intersection with Elder Hill. The extent of pavement will NOT be extended.

The next two phases of the project covering the full distance from Elder Hill to River Road are expected to be completed in 2019.

Acker Excavating will be doing the drainage work, D & F Excavating & Paving will be doing the paving work. The Town highway crew will be Bomagging the existing asphalt to prepare the road base for paving.

The Quaker Street project is funded by a VTrans Class 2 Roadway Grant , a Better Backroads Grant and town property taxes.


Your cooperation and patience will be appreciated. Thank you!

Lincoln Gap Road Is Open Again

The top portion of the Lincoln Gap Road is open again.