The Benefits of Living in a Small Town
You've seen the old shows depicting life in a small town where children play freely outside and ride their bikes to school and the park without the worry and interference of heavy traffic. Many parents dream of raising their children in a community just like that, but they also want the comforts of the big city such as recreation opportunities, community events, and family entertainment alongside everyday life necessities such as grocery & convenience stores, pharmacy, and local medical care.
Look no further ~ you'll find all this and more in Lincoln, Kansas!

In addition to the better air quality, low crime rate, sunny weather, and lower cost of living than the national average, Lincoln also has recent job growth and affordable housing.

There are plentiful leisure and recreation activities available through local private organizations and from residents, such as:

    ~ kids art classes in the summer
    ~ the half-day extension camp through 4-H in June or July
    ~ the children's theatre at the Finch Theatre in August
    ~ the school's Parents As Teachers program
    ~ the Easter egg hunt at MidAmerica
    ~ the Trick or Treat Street program
    ~ Santa coming for a visit
    ~ church-sponsored vacation bible school, youth program & Wednesday after-school program
    ~ swimming lessons
    ~ wrestling
    ~ girl scouts / boy scouts
    ~ baseball/softball
    ~ piano lessons
    ~ vocal lessons
    ~ art lessons

In addition to the local recreation opportunities and events, with neighboring cities and Wilson Lake just a short drive away you're sure to find something for everyone in the family to enjoy.

City of Lincoln, Kansas
Welcome to Lincoln, Kansas... the city "the size of a dime with the heart of a dollar!"
Arts Center
City Hall ~ 153 W Lincoln Avenue - PO Box 126 ~ Lincoln, KS 67455 ~ Phone 785-524-4280
City Hall