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Living in Lincoln County
Lincoln County, Nevada is a land filled with mountain ranges, windswept valleys, wild horses, cattle ranches and folks that like the country life.
Living in Lincoln County means a slower pace and relaxed lifestyle. Lincoln County was originally settled by a combination of miners, merchants, and Mormon pioneers. Today the county is largely agricultural, with tourism as the primary form of income for many.
Lincoln County is a popular retirement location. Scattered throughout the county you will find retirees from many places that have come here to enjoy the rural lifestyle and friendly people.
There are many recreational opportunities in Lincoln County. There are small reservoirs and streams for fishing, hundreds of miles of ATV trails and dirt roads for off-road enjoyment, hiking, photography, state parks for camping and picnics, and much more.
Lincoln County provides bus services to various locations within Lincoln County as well as frequent trips to Las Vegas, Nevada, St. George, Utah and Cedar City, Utah. Read more...
Lincoln County Bookmobile Schedule
8:30 - 11:30 Pioche Elementary School
11:45 - 2:30 Honor Camp
Every Other Tuesday
9:00 - 10:45 Caliente Elementary
10:45 - 11:00 Caliente Library
11:30 - 2:00 Panaca Main Street
Every Other Tuesday
9:30 - 2:00 Panaca (By the Middle School)
11:30 - 2:30 Honor Camp
Social Security Administration Travel Schedule
Lincoln County issues invoices annually for support of the county landfill site and services. All property owners are expected to pay to support the county landfill. There are some exceptions and rate reductions available in special circumstances. Applications for these must be submitted to the County Treasurer's Office. Forms are available on the forms web page and the Treasurer's web page and through the Treasurer's Office located at the County Courthouse in Pioche, Nevada.