Aging Partners

  • Telephone402-441-7070
  • Alternate Phone800-247-0938
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  • This Agency is focused on giving you choices about how you want to live your life. We welcome you to Aging Partners!

    Building & Safety

  • Telephone402-441-7521
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  • As part of the Development Services Center, we work with other city and county agencies to streamline the construction process as well as to promote a safe community for the residents of Lincoln and of Lancaster County.

    City Council

  • Telephone402-441-7515
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  • Lincoln City Council makes laws, approves city budgets, and has authority to audit City agencies. The Lincoln City Council has 7 members, 4 from equally populated districts and 3 elected at large.


  • Telephone402-441-7411
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  • The Finance Department is composed of five divisions: Accounting, Administration, Budget, City Clerk, City Treasurer and Purchasing.

    Lincoln City Libraries

    Lincoln City Libraries fosters the power of reading and provides open access to all forms of information to enrich people's lives every day.

    Lincoln Commission on Human Rights

  • Telephone402-441-7624
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  • The nine-member Lincoln Commission on Human Rights (LCHR) acts as an advisory body to the Mayor, City Council, and Equal Opportunity Officer and shall be charged with the responsibility of eliminating and preventing discrimination in places of public accommodation, housing and employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, familial status, ancestry, age or mari

    Lincoln Fire & Rescue

  • TelephoneMain: 402-441-7363

    For emergencies, call 911.

    For non-emergencies, call 402-441-6000.

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  • This website is designed to answer a large portion of the most commonly asked questions, whether it be questions about your ambulance bill, requesting a fire report, or looking for CPR classes.

    Parks and Recreation

  • Telephone402-441-7847
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  • The Parks and Recreation department is FUNdamental to Lincoln. We manage 133 parks, 134 miles of trails, 91 playgrounds, nine public pools, six recreation centers, five golf courses, and four dog runs.

    Planning Department

  • Telephone402-441-7491
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  • The Lincoln/Lancaster County Planning Department provides technical information and advice to elected and appointed boards and citizens on managing the growth and development of Lincoln and Lancaster County to be efficient, orderly, and attractive, facilitate economic opportunities, and conserve natural and cultural resources.

    Transportation and Utilities

  • Telephone402-441-7548
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  • It is the mission of the Transportation and Utilities Department to responsibly deliver, enhance and maintain vital infrastructure and services for the good of our community.

    Urban Development

  • Telephone402-441-7606
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  • The Urban Development department is responsible for managing Lincoln's share of federal Community Development Block Grant funds, coordinating acquisition of Right of Way and sales of City property, serving as the City's Redevelopment Authority, and managing public parking resources.