Lincoln Community Links

Lincoln is a thriving and growing community offering many services and non-profit opportunities for business and residents. We also provide links to your local representatives and local utilities.  Source: City of Lincoln

Area 4 Agency on Aging is dedicated to bringing life-enhancing information and services to seniors and those who are caregivers for seniors in communities throughout Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties. 

The Assistance League of Greater Placer is an all-volunteer, community service organization. It is nonprofit, nonpolitical and nonsectarian. The chapter is a tax-exempt, charitable organization whose members volunteer to benefit those in need in greater Placer County. 

U.S. Senator

Driver's license information, vehicle registration and much, much more.

U.S. Senator

Discover the Charm in Downtown Lincoln as you explore the wonderful places to eat and businesses to shop, explore and experience your favorite part of Lincoln.

A non-profit organization dedicated to providing sanctuary to homeless cats and kittens while in transition to permanent homes.

The FOLL supports the Lincoln Public Library System and the community by promoting libraries and literacy through advocacy, fundraising, and community enrichment.

Golden Sierra is an employment and training program that is federally funded by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Golden Sierra has served the Sierra Foothills counties of Alpine, El Dorado, Placer, Nevada, and Sierra since 1983. Golden Sierra, while not a funding source, can assist employers in cost-savings through employee training and hiring.

Health Express is a no-to-low-cost transportation service providing rides for Placer County residents to and from medically-related appointments. Just call 1-800-655-RIDE (7433)!

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed, active participation in government.

The dog park was created to provide off-leash exercise and socialization opportunities for our four-legged companions while promoting responsible dog ownership through events and programs. 

The Kiwanis Club of Lincoln was founded in May of 2001. Over the years, the club has held many fundraisers, including Sees Candy sales, the Rods and Relics Car Show, and other events. These fundraisers allow the club to help out in the community in a variety of ways, including sponsoring youth groups, raising money to benefit children and children’s support groups, and providing scholarships. 

The Club was originally founded by a group of stay at home Moms. The Moms are still the main focus but now the club has expanded to include the whole family. The purpose of the club is to provide an organization that supports family needs and values. A group that families can rely on for organized activities, friendship, and child interaction. 

Lincoln's local weekly newspaper.

The Lincoln Open Space Committee is all about the preservation of valuable open space, wetlands and riparian woodlands. 

The Lincoln Rotary Club was founded in 1925 and has met since that time in the Lincoln Women’s Club building at 5th and E Street. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service. Locally we sponsor a number of youth service projects, including a youth leadership program and college scholarships. 

The Lincoln Volunteer Center coordinates Lincoln community volunteer programs.

The Native Sons is a local service club dedicated to the preservation and study of California history. 

For telephone service call 1-800-310-BELL or visit them on the web.

For gas hook-up and electrical needs call 1-800-743-5000 or visit them on the web.

Placer County's official website

This Web site is a resource for individuals, families, children, youth, adults, and older adults seeking resources in Placer County and the surrounding area. It provides information about mental health services, laws, community resources, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features. 

The Placer County Children and Families Commission web site for parents, families, community members and agencies involved with children 5 years of age and younger.

Placer County Transit (PCT) is offering a level of transit service for western Placer County residents with a goal to provide area residebts with a safe and direct means of travel.

PCTPA is the forum for making decisions about the regional transportation system in Placer County and is a state designated Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA) for Placer County.

Find out about Placer County events, recreation, driving tours, historical sites & museums, accommodation, tourist services and more. 

PCWA is headquartered in Auburn, the county seat of Placer County. The water agency encompasses the entire 1,500-square-mile boundary of Placer County, ranging from the rim of the Sacramento Valley on the west to the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe on the east. 

Placer Dispute Resolution Service (PDRS) is a non-profit organization committed to assisting people in resolving their disputes through mediation. PDRS has provided mediation services to the citizens of Placer County since 1992.

The District's objective is to control or eliminate existing mosquito breeding sources and prevent new ones to protect public health and comfort in Placer County. 

Find out about local family friendly events, resources, non-profits and small local businesses.

The RWA's mission is to serve and represent regional water supply interests and assist Regional Water Authority members with protecting and enhancing the reliability, availability, affordability and quality of water resources.

Ride To Walk is a therapeutic horseback riding program founded in 1985. It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of children and young adults with neurological disabilities by providing innovative therapeutic horseback riding activities that are recreational in nature and adapted to the individual's needs and abilities. 

Placer County Supervisor for District 2

Public transit in Roseville is provided by Roseville Transit. Public transit includes commuter service to downtown Sacramento, local fixed route service within Roseville (with free transfers to Placer County Transit and Sacramento Regional Transit), and the Dial-A-Ride (DAR). 

Sacramento Area Council of Governments

The Metropolitan Transportation Plan is a 23-year plan for transportation improvements in our six-county region. 

For newspaper service call the Sacramento Bee at 1-800-284-3233 or visit them on the web.

Since its inception in 1982, the Sacramento Tree Foundation has been dedicated to educating people in Sacramento about the importance of trees and mobilizing them to plant and care for trees. 

Sam Aanestad 
State Senator - District 4

SEAMS (Support, Education and Advocacy for Mothers with Special needs children) is an organization of women with a common purpose to empower parents, family and friends with special needs children through support, education and advocacy.

Sierra College is a fully accredited, two-year community college in north central California serving Placer, Nevada and portions of El Dorado and Sacramento counties. Main campus is located in Rocklin, California.

The mission of the SBA is to maintain and strengthen the Nations economy by aiding, counseling, assisting, and protecting the interests of small business and by helping families and business recover from natural disasters.

The State of California's official website

SureWest is a premier provider of the most advanced communications products and services. SureWest provides digital cable TV, fiber optics to the home, PCS wireless, high-speed Internet access, data transport, local and long distance telephone service, and directories with the highest standards of customer care.

Assemblyman (4th District)

Capitol Corridor intercity rail and feeder bus service. An easier way to travel from Auburn, Rocklin, or Roseville to the Bay Area.

WAVE Broadband offers cable, digital cable, HDTV, DVR, VOD, high-speed Internet, WiFi, data transport, advertising/production, and local programming. For more information, call 1-866-WAVE123.

Western Placer Unified School District is located in southern Placer County, 20 miles east of the state capitol of Sacramento. It is situated in one of the fastest growing areas in Northern California. WPUSD is projected to grow from its current student enrollment of 2,800 to a population of over 9,000 in the next 10 years. In addition to our public school enrollment we service an additional 2,800 students in our Horizons Instructional Systems program, a charter school providing instructional support to home schooled families and students.

A local, public benefit, non-profit land trust that holds conservation easements on many properties in Lincoln.

WPWMA provides recycling and waste disposal services to the City of Lincoln and other surrounding communities.