Tree Planting in Review
On the early morning hours of Saturday, October 13th, volunteers helped plant 19 trees in total at VFW Park.

We would like to thank all the volunteers who helped with the planting and for donating their time. We look forward to see you at future volunteer events.

Results from the Recycling Survey
The Recycling Town Hall was held on Monday, October 22. The results from the survey were presented during that meeting but are also available on our website.

To review the results or share them, please visit the link below.

2018 Inauguration
The 2018 Inauguration will be held on Monday, November 19th at the Lincoln Park High School Auditorium starting at 8:15pm.

The event is open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served immediately following the ceremony.

Feeling Spooky?
Lincoln Park Preservation Alliance added a 2nd Ghost Walk since many did not make it to last Saturday's Ghost Walk due to the cold, rainy weather.

No rain predicted for this Friday night. They will do three tours Friday night starting at the Lincoln Park Historical Museum parking lot but the "frills" they had last Saturday. Hot cider & treats included!!!

Dress warmly & come on out! Great affordable family event for $5.00 adults & $1.00 kids!
Hazardous Waste Collection
Wayne County will be hosing its last hazardous waste collection on Saturday, November 3 at Wayne County Community College, Downriver District. Only household generated products from Wayne County residents will be accepted.

Items that will not be accepted include:Commercial waste, Industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, ammunition, 55 gallon drums, household trash, refrigerators, microwaves or other appliances, tires, yard waste, roofing shingles, & concrete.

For information on how to dispose of these items, please contact the Wayne County Resource Recovery Coordinator at 734-326-3936.
Need Help With Your Energy Bill?
Michigan Department of Health & Human Services is now accepting applications for all MEAP (Michigan energy assistance program) applications.

If you or someone you know is in need of energy bill assistance, applications can be filled out via the below link. Paper applications are also available at local MDHHS offices. 

This is not a City sponsored program, please call 313-388-9799 for more info or questions.
Automatic Withdrawal Now Available
The City of Lincoln Park is happy to offer residents automatic withdrawal of their water payments, right from your checking or savings account.

This service comes at no additional cost and will save you time, effort, and money. Enrolling is simple can be completed in just a few minutes.
2017 Water Quality Report Now on City Website
The City of Lincoln Park and the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) are committed to meeting state and federal water quality standards including the Lead and Copper Rule. With the Great Lakes as our water source and proven treatment technologies, the GLWA consistently delivers safe drinking water to our community.

This year’s Water Quality Report highlights the performance of GLWA and The City of Lincoln Park’s water professionals in delivering some of the nation’s best drinking water. Together, we remain committed to protecting public health and maintaining open communication with the public about our drinking water.
Meet the Candidates
The City of Lincoln Park invited all of the candidates running for positions in this years election to be a part of our "Meet the Candidates" video series.

The video is meant to be purely informational and was developed to assist residents in getting to know each candidate.

The video is now available on the City's Youtube page.
LP Farmers Holiday Market
The Lincoln Park Farmers Market will be holding a Holiday Market on Sunday, November 18, 2018 11am - 4pm at Park Restaurant Hall.

Specialty foods, arts and crafts, and Christmas themed items will be available.

For more info, call 313-427-0443.

Citizens Patrol Watch Angel' Night & Halloween Patrols
The Lincoln Park Citizens Patrol Watch will be out in full force this Angels' and Halloween night.

The organization is welcoming those who would like to join them . Food, drinks, and gift baskets will be raffled for those who volunteer.

Interested? Call 313-381-3217

The Fall Happenings is Here
The quarterly citywide newsletter is here! The Fall edition of the Happenings includes some of the new programs offered by our Parks & Recreation Department along with some important messages from our Fire Chief and DPS Director. 

A physical copy will be delivered to all Lincoln Park residences shortly. An electronic version is available on the City's website.
Flushable Wipe's Effect On Our Sewer System
Just because they're marketed as flushable doesn't mean they're biodegradable! Watch this short video and learn about the strain flushable wipes can cause on our sanitary system.
The LP Parks & Rec. Dept Has A New Website
The Lincoln Park Parks & Recreation Department along with the LP Community Center have a new website!

To sign up for classes, please visit us at our new site:
The Great War and its Local Connection
The Lincoln Park Historical Museum is looking for individuals who have served in the First World War.

The Museum is holding a special exhibit from September 15th - November 14th that looks to explore how the First World War relates to our community. For info, please call 313-386-3137.
Discount Tickets to Detroit Zoo & Cedar Point
The City of Lincoln Park Parks & Recreation Department is happy to provide discounted tickets to both the Detroit Zoo and Cedar Point.

For specific instruction on how to obtain your discounted tickets, please visit the below link or call 313-386-1817.
Wayne County Recycles
Wayne County now provides it's residents a convenient app that allows you to see how and where to recycle any item you may have in your household.

The app is free and available on both the Google Play and Apple App stores. Simply search "wayne county recycles" to find it in your app store.
The City of Lincoln Park is hiring!
The City of Lincoln Park is hiring! We're looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our team. The full list of opportunities can be found on our website by clicking the below link.
Voter Registration
Any resident of Lincoln Park who is a citizen of the United States and 18 years of age or older may register to vote at the City Clerk's Office Monday - Friday, 8am-4pm.
Paperless Billing
Have your water bill conveniently sent to your email address each quarter!
Stay Informed
Follow our city calendar for up to date events occurring within the city.
2018 Hazardous Waste Collection
Find out where you can drop off your hazardous waste items at the 3 events to occur in 2018.