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To minimize the spread of COVID-19, the City will be reducing service levels to essential services only. All City Hall offices are closed, except Development Services  and the Permit Counter (temporarily on the first floor) which is open Monday-Friday from 9AM-3PM. See the Essential Services guide under the News Section for more details.

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Growing Population and Work Force

Population 10.8% annual growth; Workforce: 9.4% annual growth

Excellent Transportation Access

SR-65 1 mile; I-80 11 miles

Affordable Commercial Real Estate

$3.50 per year lease existing building; $5.00/sf land

Business Environment

Lincoln is home to a range of businesses and industries from fortune 500 to small family owned business

Lincoln Regional Airport

6,000 ft. runway, ILS, fuel, hangar space

Education Assets

Lincoln has highly rated K-12 schools and multiple higher education options

Strong Regional Cooperation

Active partner in Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council


Premier open space; arts & culture; gateway to California's emerging local food, wine and ale region

 

Contact: ​Shawn Tillman, Economic Development Manager

 Shawn.Tillman@LincolnCA.gov

(916) 434-2460