city of Lincoln

Residents needed for commissions

The city of Lincoln is soliciting interested residents to serve on two boards, one commission and five committees. If you are interested in serving, applications are available at ...

Lincoln’s police staffing ranked among worst in state

The 65 residents at Tuesday night’s city-budget workshop were given a snapshot of how poorly the Lincoln Police Department staffing rates compared to most police departments in ...

Budget workshops worth it to some residents

Attendance at Lincoln’s budget workshops has grown since the inaugural April 6 workshop, from approximately 50 community members, to last week’s crowd of 125 community members. ...

City considering adding new positions

The city of Lincoln’s personnel committee discussed new job descriptions during a Tuesday meeting at City Hall. The job descriptions are for a senior management analyst, an envir ...

Lincoln without a pool and the Carnegie Library?

Lincoln residents could be saying goodbye to McBean Pool, Carnegie Library and this year’s Fourth of July celebration to tighten the city’s budget. Those three potential budget ...

Lincoln Hills residents ask budget questions

One-hundred Lincoln Hills residents sat quietly in the Orchard Creek Ballroom Monday, ready to take in information presented about the city’s current budget situation. The presen ...

Budget workshops starting April 6

The city will offer four budget workshops open to Lincoln residents, starting April 6. Anna Jatczak, the city’s new chief financial officer/assistant city manager, will lead the ...

Outdoor enthusiast Rod Campbell retires

Rod Campbell will have more time to enjoy the great outdoors now. That’s because Campbell, director of development services for the city of Lincoln, has retired after 30 years. ...

City to throw party

Col. Charles Lincoln Wilson, who bought the land home to Lincoln in 1859, would not recognize today’s city. But he’d probably be proud of Lincoln on Oct. 3 when hundreds of re ...