Got Time For A Quick Survey?
The City of Lincoln Park wants to know what your thoughts are regarding recycling.

Implementing curbside recycling services to all residents will require a slight increase in monthly fees for collections. We realize recycling is important to many residents and we want to know your thoughts on the topic. The survey is open now until
We're Updating Our Master Plan
Our Master Plan is currently undergoing an update and we want your input. By taking this quick survey, you ensure your voice is heard during this process.

The survey is just one way we're trying to reach the most people. We will be posting public notices to our Facebook page and City website for additional meetings and surveys as they become available.

Join Us On Youtube!
The City of Lincoln Park began streaming Live City Council Meetings on Youtube on August 6, 2018.

Ensure you never miss a meeting by subscribing to our channel. By subscribing, you'll be notified anytime we go live!

City Council meetings will continue to still be available to view on your local cable provider, but our online Granicus channel will be phased out.

City Project Updates
The City of Lincoln Park is investing in several major infrastructure projects in 2018.

We've created a webpage to centralize our information and to provide a resource for residents to get timely updates. This page will be updated regularly, so check back often.
American Pickers will be in Michigan
American Pickers will be back in Michigan this September and they're looking for interesting items!

They're looking for different, unusual, and unique items - something they've never seen before and with an interesting story.

Please note, the show is not interested in stores, malls, flea markets, museums, auctions, businesses or anything open to the public.

If you think you have something that they'd be interested in, please call 1-855-OLD-RUST or email them @

Lincoln Park Farmers Market Looking for Vendors
The Lincoln Park Farmers Market is looking for vendors for the 2018 market year.

Locally grown, cottage foods, crafts, and more! If you are interested or want to know more, please call us at 313-427-0443 or message us @

Applications are available on the bottom of the farmers market page on our city website.
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.
Watch out for the Zombie Apocalypse
Join us on October 6, 2018 as we welcome in the Halloween Season in style with a food truck rally.

Live music, events for the kids and adults, food, and much more.

11:00am - 1:00pm
Trunk or Treat
Pumpkin Painting
Pumpkin Bowling

Infinity & Beyond (Journey Tribute)

The Nightmare (Alice Cooper Tribute)

We hope to see you at The Bandshell!
CERT to hold 3 days of training in October
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will hold three days of training on October 19-21st.

Wayne County residents are invited to register for the free CERT disaster Preparedness Course. The training will be held at the LP Community Policing Building, 1394 Cleophus Ave, Lincoln Park.
Lincoln Park Kroger grand re-opening
Mayor Kanres and DDA Director Giles Tucker were on site of the grand re-opening of the Lincoln Park Kroger.

After a four-and-a-half month long $3.4 million renovation, the grand re-opening occurred August 15. Shoppers will notice a new "Local Market" section, improved restrooms and check out lanes.
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.