Assistance for people who want to register complaints or have other concerns with departments of city government.
Title VI compliance official investigating, documenting all constituent reports of discrimination by StarTran, Lincoln's public transit services and other divisions that have contact with the public.
Administers the city's online service request reporting system, Acting with Citizens To Improve Our Neighborhoods(ACTION) Center, providing in-depth responses to concerns that become complex. Go to www.lincoln.ne.gov and click on 'Service Requests' . People can find out about the laws that deal with their concern and report to the appropriate department any violations or problems they see in the community.
Problem Resolution Team, comprised of all City enforcement and codes compliance agencies and departments, brings problem properties back into compliance with local law.
- (402) 441-7511
- Mayor's office
Lincoln City Offices
City Council: (402) 441-7515
Mayor's Department: (402) 441-7511
555 South 10th Street
Agency: Lincoln City Offices
Intake: Call, write, email or use UPLNK
Eligibility: All residents of Lincoln, Nebraska
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am-5 pm
- Lincoln, Lancaster County