City of Lincoln

Thank you for keeping us safe

Now that everyone has returned to their homes after averting a catastrophe in downtown Lincoln, I would like to express tremendous thanks to our city’s emergency personnel who ke ...

Caring spirit evident during fire

It is hard to find the appropriate words to express our thanks to all of those individuals who saved our homes, our lives and our community during the recent emergency with the tan ...

Lindh retires early

The city’s human resources manager will take advantage of The Golden Handshake. The handshake is an early retirement option provided by the California Public Employee Retirement ...

Salaries are reported differently but are both accurate

Some News Messenger readers have noticed an increase in salaries of top city management in a seven-month period. That’s not the case, though, according to the city of Lincoln’s ...

City retirement benefits explained

Miscellaneous city employees are eligible to receive 2.7 percent in pension at age 55 and public- safety employees can receive 3 percent at age 50. That’s according to the city ...

Coyote 65s, 70s roll in league play

The Coyote 65s and 70s, Lincoln Hills senior softball tournament teams, were victorious in Sierra League doubleheaders on July 2. The 65s won 22-12 and 25-12 in Folsom while the 7 ...

Lincoln Hills to battle City of Lincoln in softball Saturday

City of Lincoln employees will battle a Lincoln Hills senior softball team on Saturday in the seventh annual, July 4 event at Del Webb Field in Lincoln Hills. Lincoln Hills leads ...

eBulletin easy to add

In 2003, the City of Lincoln began issuing city eBulletins filled with city news, events, projects, road closures and other important information for residents. To sign-up for this ...

2008 Retrospect

Editor's Note: With a new year beginning, we’re presenting a glimpse of Lincoln's top stories of 2008. And looking ahead, the Highway 65 bypass story and City Hall’s efforts ...

Lincoln budget shortfall leads to talks

With the city of Lincoln facing a $1-million budget deficit, city officials are working with employee bargaining units to find ways to make budget cuts and avoid mass layoffs. Cit ...