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 the main customer service counter (which is now open Monday-Friday from 8AM-5PM), Development Services, and the Permit Counter which is also open 8AM-5PM. See the Essential Services guide under the News Section for more details.
You may notice a fire engine at local supermarkets. Firefighters shift schedule keeps them at the fire station for 48 hours straight. Crews will shop for supplies to cook during their shift. Employees provide their own food while at work, and often chip in together for collective meals. It is important to note that there are sometimes multiple fire agencies that might shop for groceries here in the City of Lincoln; so that big red fire engine might not always belong to the Lincoln Fire Department.
Can I get assistance properly installing a car seat?
The Lincoln Fire Department does have some staff that are certified Car Seat Technicians. They can assist installing your car seat correctly. For an appointment please contact the Fire Station #34 @ 126 Joiner Parkway – (916) 434-2415.
How can I obtain a burn permit?
The Lincoln Fire Department no longer allows burning within the City. If you are located outside the City limits and wish to obtain a Residential Burn Permit; you may contact the Cal Fire (California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection) to obtain a residential burn permit.
How can I obtain a copy of an incident report?
Complete a Lincoln Fire Department Report Request Form; and submit it to the Lincoln Fire Department administrative offices (Station #34 @ 126 Joiner Parkway – (916) 434-2415).
What is Lincoln’s ISO fire protection classification/rating?
Every fire service provider in the United States receives a protection classification rating from the Insurance Services Offices (ISO). This classification provides a numerical value for the agency’s structural fire protection delivery, after considering each agency’s dispatch services, water supply, apparatus, equipment, training and incident response. The Lincoln Fire Department was most recently evaluated in September 2014, and improved its protection class rating to a four (4).