The Downtown Redevelopment Plan was created to establish a vision and core strategies for the revitalization of downtown. The Plan assesses current conditions and then lays out strategies and goals for land use, economic development, infrastructure, and implementation. The Redevelopment Plan is intended to be used as a guide for future public and private investment in downtown.
Lincoln, IL -- Lincoln Mayor Keith Snyder and 4th Ward Alderman Jeff Hoinacki, the City Council’s coordinator for the Lincoln Art and Balloon Festival, have announced that the City of Lincoln will once again be conducting a giveaway in conjunction with the annual Art and Balloon Festival.
As a Prime Sponsor of the Festival the City of Lincoln receives several benefits and complimentary items. As it has done for the past five years, the City will share those benefits with the citizens and taxpayers of Lincoln – those who underwrite the cost of City’s sponsorship and every other activity of City government.
Local citizens can register for the giveaway at one of three locations: the Lincoln Public Library (725 Pekin St.), the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce Office (1555 5th St.), or the City Clerk’s office at City Hall (700 Broadway). Everyone may enter as often as they like, but there will be only one prize package awarded per household.
Winners must be residents of Lincoln, IL. The contest is not open to City of Lincoln employees, elected officials, appointed officials, or their immediate households.
There will be four prize packages awarded. Each prize package will include:
The winners’ names will be pulled from the entries in a random drawing conducted at City Hall onWednesday, August 2oth. Winners will be notified immediately thereafter and can pick up their prize packages at City Hall on Thursday, August 21st, or Friday, August 22nd.
The City of Lincoln would like to thank Ace Hardware for donating the red geraniums and the Lincoln United Methodist Church Youth Mission Team for planting the geraniums and placing the mulch around the watermelon statue at the Depot. It looks great! We really appreciate their efforts to beautify our community and make a great first impression for our visitors. Stay tuned for the next steps, repainting the watermelon and the Looking for Lincoln sign!
The City of Lincoln is pleased to announce it has redesigned its municipal website and will be transitioning to a new domain name.
The new website (www.lincolnil.gov) incorporates a simple, straightforward approach that is adaptable to mobile devices such as a smart phone or a tablet. There are several new features including a new search tool that makes it easier to find the information a website visitor may be looking for right at the top of the page. There is a new, streamlined menu structure that breaks down the city into the areas where you can find information including an "I want to..." link. The menu also hovers at the top while you scroll down making it easy to switch to another page.