City of Lincoln
Human Rights Commission
Frequently Asked Questions
Call the Lincoln Commission on Human Rights at 441-7624. You will be asked some basic questions such as, a) did this happen within the City of Lincoln, b) how long ago did it occur, c) why do you think you were discriminated against, and d) if this is an employment complaint, how many employees are there in the business.
No, our jurisdiction is limited to within the city limits of Lincoln.
Employment, Housing, and Public Accommodation.
Age, disability, religion, marital status, familial status, race, color, national origin, sex, ancestry or retaliation.
An average of 6 months from the time of filing until resolution.
No, we do not handle complaints against other City agencies.
You can call the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission at 471-2024. Or the Regional Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Denver, Colorado at (303) 866-1300.. Housing concerns can also be referred to the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development in Kansas City, Kansas at (913) 551-6958.
There is no charge. The services of the Lincoln Commission on Human Rights are free of charge.