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It is $10 for annual membership
It is $10 for Lincoln residents. $15 for non-Lincoln residents
Yes, the Town of Lincoln will be up mattresses by appointment only. Please call 401 333-1107 to schedule.
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Yes, we currently accept payment of real estate property tax, excise tax, and sewer fees and / or assessments. Payment can be made either by Mastercard or Visa credit cards. A processing fee will be assessed for all credit card payments.
All real estate property tax bills are issued on a yearly basis in July.
Tax bills are due in quarterly payments prior to the following dates: July 31st, October 31st, January 31st and April 30th.
Yes, interest is assessed at a rate of 12% per annum from the due date of the bill. If any payment is received late the taxpayer relinquishes the privilege of payment in quarterly installments and the balance becomes payable in full. The penalty interest will be calculated on the full balance due.
Please contact the Tax Assessor's Office at 401-333-1100, ext. 8002.
Please contact the Tax Assessor's Office at 401-333-1100, ext. 8002 for all available tax exemptions.
The Town of Lincoln normally holds a tax sale annually in the Spring. The tax sale is advertised on this website. The tax sale is conducted subject to RIGL 44-9.
According to RIGL 44-34 a person who does not receive a bill is still liable for the excise plus any charges. Address records for auto excise taxes are maintained by RI Division of Motor Vehicles (RIDMV). Therefore, it is very important to keep the RIDMV, informed of a current name and address so that excise bills can be delivered properly. All owners of motor vehicles must pay excise tax; therefore it is the responsibility of the owner to contact the local assessor if they have not received a bill. The mailing of all excise tax bills happens in July of each year.
You should not be paying more than one Town for the same time period. You are taxed according to the address that is listed on your registration, not your current residence. Motor Vehicle taxes are for the prior calendar year. You will be responsible for the tax bill in Lincoln until you change your address on your registration. In order to avoid being charged for taxes at your old address or if you plan to move soon, you must file a change of address with RIDMV. The form can be obtained at your local DMV office.
Motor Vehicle Tax bills are based on your RI DMV registration for the prior calendar year. Taxes are assessed on the registration. You must return your registered plates to the RI DMV in order to stop the assessment.
All invoices submitted to the Town must follow the following process: The department paying the invoice must submit a purchase order to the Purchasing Agent; the Finance Director then confirms that funds are available and submits the purchase orders to the Town Council. The Town Council meets on the third Tuesday of the month. When purchase orders are approved by the Town Council, the Finance Director issues the checks. You should track the invoice through the department you submitted it to in the first place.
Generally, you may not. Due to the large volume of requests for property tax information, the Town of Lincoln requires you to order a Municipal Lien Certificate (MLC).
The cost to obtain an MLC is $25.00 per parcel, plus postage.
The average turnaround time for a municipal lien request is 48 hours from the time of request receipt and payment. However, during periods of heavy volume it could be slightly longer.
The Collector’s office posts receipts daily and municipal lien certificates are calculated to the day they are printed. The MLC is good for 60 days. You may call the Collector’s Office within that time to confirm the status on the MLC.
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The Town of Lincoln advertises available jobs in The Valley Breeze newspaper and frequently advertises in the Providence Journal paper. In essence, it can be either/or, depending on the type of position available. Good advice is to always check both newspapers when looking for new employment.
Yes, check this page as any openings will be listed here.
An Internal Posting means that only union employees who presently work for the Town may apply for the position. After the posting time has ended, a help-wanted ad is placed in the newspaper and any individual may apply for the position. This process is part of the union contract agreement.
The Town uses the following process: Each ad has an open and close date, which is typically 7-10 days in duration. This means that an individual has a week to ten days to mail in her/his resume and cover letter. Once the ad closes, the list of all applying candidates is reviewed by the Town Administrator, Personnel Director, and Director of the Department that has the vacancy. The responsibility of the above committee is to review the credentials of all applications and decide on the number of individuals who will be asked for an interview. These candidates are notified and a mutually convenient interview time is arranged. Once the interviews are complete, the committee selects the best-qualified candidate(s) for the position. Once all references are checked and a police background investigation has been done, plus any testing that may be necessary, the selected candidate is officially offered the position. All other applicants are notified by a regret / thank you letter.
Yes. You may email your resume using the contact information on this page. Please include the word "Resume" and the position that you are applying for in the subject of the email.
Resumes may also be mailed to:
Director of PersonnelLincoln Town HallP.O. Box 100Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865
You can find out about upcoming bid items by checking our website and public advertisements in the local newspapers.