I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Town of Lincoln and our newly redesigned website! I hope you find this website user friendly and it enhances your browsing experience as you familiarize yourself with our town’s picturesque landscapes and services that are readily available to residents and guests.
As Town Manager, my goal since taking the position in the fall of 2012 has been to review the current infrastructure and identify those assets needing attention, and institute a plan of continued preservation and maintenance. We are very proud of the services we offer, which includes 24 hour police and emergency dispatch, Town water & sewer, recycling center, full time recreation department, which includes our own ski slope with rope tow.
I feel very fortunate to have inherited a town staff that exhibits a very high degree of professionalism and true dedication to the residents, visitors and business owners of the Town of Lincoln. Due to the fact that I also serve as Town Planner, my interaction with our Planning Board allows me to express my innovative concepts and visions for continuous future growth and development in Lincoln. I highly encourage those who may be considering a vacation or relocating their families and/or businesses to the Town of Lincoln, to contact my office or one of the members of our various boards (listed elsewhere on this website) to answer any questions you might have.
Alfred "Butch" Burbank
Welcome to Lincoln, New Hampshire!
Nestled among the western slopes of the White Mountains, the town of Lincoln is the second-largest town by area in New Hampshire and conveniently located right off Interstate 93 at exit 32. Large portions of the town are within the White Mountain National Forest, with the Appalachian Trail crossing through the northeast sector of our beautiful town. Travel Rt. 112 on the Kancamagus Highway and enjoy 34.5 miles of scenic byway which etches its way through the White Mountains displaying breath taking scenery and vista outlooks and maybe even the sighting of a moose or two!
- NOTICE: Lincoln's 250th Commemorative License Plates expire December 31, 2014!
- Town of Lincoln, Loon Pond Dam Reconstruction
- Town of Lincoln New Hampshire Warrant & Budget 2015
- Loon Mountain Bridge Field Report - January 21, 2015 thru February 12, 2015
- Press Release: Town of Lincoln Commences Hazard Mitigation Planning