The new Lincoln Town Hall will be ready in time for the spring election, officials said this week.

Kewaunee County announced that residents who are eligible to vote and live in the Town of Lincoln have a new polling location.

Contractors and sub-contractors are putting the finishing touches on the new town hall being built at N8016 Maple Road, about a quarter-mile south of County Road S and the unincorporated community of Euren.

The 40 by 60 foot building has been under construction since October. It will replace the existing town hall located at N8497 County Road C.

In a news release, the county said voters in the town of Lincoln should report to the new Town Hall starting with the spring election and presidential preference primary on April 7. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

If any Kewaunee County resident who is eligible to vote has questions on where to go to cast a ballot in their community, contact your local clerk’s office or the Kewaunee County Clerk’s Office at 920-388-7133 for information.