Lincoln is a neighborhood in Vancouver, Washington with a population of 3,542. Lincoln is in Clark County. Living in Lincoln offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Lincoln there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Lincoln and residents tend to lean conservative.
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I live within walking distance of downtown Vancouver WA. I feel the busses don't run late enough and it's easy to get stuck walking home at night. Some of the bus stops are isolated and poorly lit, I wouldn't feel save there at night. I see lots of police during the day but few at night. Now that a pot store has opened on Main st I really don't feel safe at all, feel it will attract the wrong kind of people to the neighborhood. When you get up to my apartment on 45th st it's really bad. My complex is nice looking but I see drug deals in the parking lot and weird cars and people in and out at night. I see weird people driving slow past and through the complex as well as walking around, clearly casing apartments. People o through are dumpsters as well, you can hear them at night.
Infrastructure in this area is varied accordingly, accommodating cars, trucks, buses, bikes, and pedestrians. This area has a higher concentration of non-vehicular transport (I'm including bikes in this) and the roads and traffic procedures recognize and support that.
Since this area is so close to Portland, there are a lot of independent businesses and little locally owned shops. This is most likely possible because of all the locally grown food and the migration of talent (such as beading, sewing, and pottery) to this area. We probably have some of the best and most well-treated local businesses in this area.