Lincoln, Missouri Government
The City of Lincoln was chartered in 1869 and took the last name of our sixteenth President, Abraham Lincoln. When established, the City was 220 in population. The population for 2010 1,190. Lincoln is a fourth class city with a Mayor and four Alderman. Two Aldermen are elected from each ward, East and West. Each elected official serves two-year terms. The Board of Aldermen serve the legislative functions, while the Mayor performs the administrative oversite. The City had Planning and Zoning Regulations, Building Codes and Developmental regulations. Contact the City office at 660-547-2718 for additional information.
Elected Officials: Term Ends
Mayor: John King ~ April, 2018
East Alderman: Katie Hollis ~ April. 2017
East Alderman: Jack Lietzke ~ April, 2018
West Alderman: J.D. Johnson ~ April, 2017
West Alderman: Janice Swearngin ~ April, 2018
City of Lincoln's Board's
Park Board (9 Members)
Planning & Zoning (7 members)
Board of Adjustment (5 members)
Airport Board (5 members)
Lincoln, MO Civic Redevelopment Corp.