Lincoln, CA – Just the name of it conjures images of an All-American town, with fields for miles and an American flag on nearly every house. Although Lincoln is not in the midwest, but right here in Placer county, it was actually voted an All-America City in 2006. This Award is given by the National Civic League annually to ten cities in the United States and recognizes communities whose citizens work together to identify and tackle community-wide challenges and achieve uncommon results.

If you have driven on the New HWY 65 Lincoln Bypass, don’t take the title literally and bypass your opportunity to visit Downtown Lincoln. Driving through this historic district, you will find brick buildings dating back to the mid 1800s when the California Central Railway first set its eyes on Lincoln. Old Town Pizza and Awful Annie’s are two of the most popular restaurants in the city, but don’t forget to stop by Beermann’s Brewery and Buonarroti Ristorante.

Although Lincoln was hit by a suburban boom in the mid 2000’s, it holds to its small town feel and honors its local farmers and community. In fact, Lincoln High School has its own farm located on the outskirts of town where students can participate in daily farming activities. Oh and don’t forget to visit the Lincoln Rodeo!

The residents here are family oriented, friendly, and active. If it’s not raining, you’re guaranteed to see folks out walking, biking and enjoying the outdoors in any of the dozens of parks, paths, and nature preserves. You’ll also see them at the local Farmers Market on Thursdays from mid June through the end of August.

Thank you Lincoln for letting us serve you for more than 30 years! We are honored to be a part of your community!  Take advantage of our Spring Special, just for you Lincoln.


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