City Offices Holiday Hours
Lincoln Park City Offices will be closed on Monday, February 18th in observance of Presidents Day.

Your trash collection is not impacted by the holiday and will be picked up on it's regular collection day.
Daddy Daughter Dance
Spend an enchanting evening with your fairy-tale daughter, niece,sister, granddaughter or special young lady.

The dance will be held on February 9 at 5:00pm at the Kennedy Memorial Building. Tickets are $10 and will not be sold at the door.

Animal Shelter Now Open
The Lincoln Park Animal Shelter is now open to the public Monday - Friday from 1:00pm - 4:00pm.

The Animal Shelter only currently provides services for dogs. If you come across a stray cat please reach out to the Michigan Humane Society.

Winter is Coming!
The City wants to remind residents about the following snow related items.

Fort St, Dix Hwy, Southfield Rd, and Outer Dr are under the jurisdiction of Wayne County or MDOT. We are not responsible for salting or removal of snow on those roads.

The Department of Public Service is responsible for plowing 230 lane miles of road during snow events. DPS prioritizes main routes so emergency vehicles can get to schools, hospitals, and homes quickly.

When necessary, the City may declare a snow emergency to better allow DPS to plow our roads in a significant snow event. Please remember to move your vehicle out of the street when the City declares a snow emergency as to not receive a parking infraction.

Reminder! Lincoln Park municipal code requires the responsible party of each property to remove snow within their sidewalk within 24hrs and within 12hrs for ice accumulation
Chocolate Walk This Weekend
What is the Chocolate Walk exactly?

In short, it's a great way to get familiar with Lincoln Park businesses, collect Valentine's Day treats, and to be entered to win gift certificates and special promotions! Our goal is simple, we want to reacquaint the downriver community with Lincoln Park businesses.

For participants, on the day of the event stop by the Ikaros Hall next to Park restaurant to grab your "treat sheet" and you are good to go. Next, visit participating businesses for sweet treats, get to know local business owners and get a sticker for your treat sheet. Visit all participating businesses and return your treat sheet with all of your stickers to Ikaros Hall to be entered to will exclusive gifts & rewards!

The event will be held on Saturday, February 9th from 2-5pm.

Report Pot Holes
Michigan's seasonal freeze-thaw cycles create the perfect conditions for potholes to form after snow and ice has melted. Moisture seeps into the pavement, freezes, expands and thaws, creating a gap in the pavement. As vehicles drive over the gap, the pavement weakens leading to a pothole. 

We want to make reporting them easy for you, but there are two things to remember. 

  1. Wayne County maintained roads are Outer Drive, Fort St, Southfield Rd, and Dix Hwy. Please report potholes on those roads to Wayne County or via the County Hotline at 1-888-762-3273
  2. For state roads (I-75), potholes can be reported online on the Michigan Department of Transportation website.
  3. For City maintained roads, please report local potholes here or call DPS at 313-386-9000 ext.2704
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.
Keep Them Clear
Winter is nearly here, make sure to do your part and make sure to keep our fire hydrants clear and accessible for our Fire Department.

Please remove snow and other debris away from any fire hydrant in a 3 foot perimeter.
Report Street Light Outages
Winter is coming and that means our evenings are getting longer and longer. Street light outages are much more noticeable this time of the year. DTE makes reporting nonfunctional street lights easy with their report tool.
Winter Classes Now Available
Looking for an activity to keep you or your children busy during the winter? Winter classes are now available on our parks and recreation website!

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

City Council Meetings can also be viewed live on our Youtube channel.
We're 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.

Be Ready for Tax Scams in 2019
As the state of Michigan begins a new year and the state income tax filing season approaches, the Michigan Department of Treasury is asking taxpayers to resolve to be ready for tax scams in 2019.
Cybercriminals typically increase their activity in the first part of the year through phone scams and email phishing schemes. These scammers try to obtain personal information using different tricks and tactics so they can file income tax returns and claim refunds on behalf of unsuspecting taxpayers.
Some scammers may also allege a taxpayer owes taxes and aggressively demand payment for a quick payout.
Treasury will never:  
  • Initiate a phone call or email to ask for personal information.
  • Call or email to demand immediate payment using a specific payment method, such as a prepaid debit card, gift card or wire transfer. Generally, Treasury will first send a bill through the U.S. mail to any taxpayer who owes taxes.
  • Threaten to immediately bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have the taxpayer arrested for not paying.
  • Demand that taxes be paid without giving the taxpayer the opportunity to question or appeal the amount owed.
  • Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
Cybercriminals often alter caller ID numbers and emails to make it look like the state Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service or another official agency is contacting a taxpayer. Scammers may use employee titles, a person's name, address and other personal information to sound official.
Taxpayers who are contacted by a scammer should immediately cease the call or delete the email.
Since 2016, the state Treasury Department's increased security measures protected more than 4,500 taxpayers who confirmed their identity was stolen and used to request state of Michigan income tax refunds. This prevented more than $19 million from being distributed to scammers.
Taxpayers who have received a call or email from a scammer should report the case to the IRS through the web or by calling 800-366-4484. To learn more about tax-related identity theft, go to
New Website Parks & Rec
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:
MDHHS Now Accepting Applications for Assistance

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. 

2019 State of the City & Schools
The 2019 State of the City & Schools is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27th. The event will start at 6:30pm and will be held in the Lincoln Park High School Auditorium. We hope to see you there!
Wayne County Hazardous Waste Collection Dates
Wayne County offers several household hazardous waste collection days each year that are available at no cost to all Wayne County residents. Please refer to the information below for the next scheduled event. These events are open to ALL Wayne County residents.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Henry Ford Community College
5101 Evergreen Road, Dearborn
Saturday, August 10, 2019 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Westland Shopping Center
Enter off Nankin Blvd. from Central City Parkway (Lot behind JCP store)
Saturday, October 19, 2019 - 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Wayne County Community College District - Downriver Campus
21000 Northline Road, Taylor

Please Note: CRT televisions and CRT monitors ARE NOW accepted at the Wayne County Household Hazardous Waste events.
2019 Spring Tree & Native Plant Sales
The Washtenaw Conservation District is offering trees and native plants for sale this spring. These trees and plants are intended for conservation uses such as reforestation, soil erosion control, windbreaks, screens, landscape naturalizing and wildlife habitat improvements.
Orders can be placed directly on the District website only at .

Inventories are limited and orders will be filled on a first come-first served basis while supplies last. Orders may be submitted through March 22nd.

For further information you can contact Megan DeLeeuw at 734-205-1219, or at
Save the Date
2019 State of the City/Schools
'Oak Wilt' is a fungal disease affecting oak trees caused by the fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum. Symptoms vary by tree species, but generally consist of leaf discoloration, wilt, defoliation, and death.
Oak Wilt is spread by insects (mainly sap beetles) and through root grafts between healthy and infected trees. One of the most common methods of introducing oak wilt into healthy trees is by pruning during the warm season. A good way to control Oak Wilt is by pruning Oak trees in the winter or early spring months, December through the end of March.  It is imperative that infected trees be removed. Do not use for firewood.  
 Consult an arboristif you're unsure if your Oak Trees may have oak wilt.