Neighbors who want to share ideas and work cooperatively to improve their neighborhood can form neighborhood associations. For a neighborhood association to be included in the City's Neighborhood Association Contact List:

  • they need to define their boundaries,
  • their membership must be voluntary and open to all neighborhood residents whether they own property or not, and
  • they need to tell city staff about their association.

Keep your neighborhood association information up-to-date! Accurate contact information makes your neighborhood association accessible for:

  • potential residents and businesses,
  • other neighborhood associations, and
  • notices and information from City departments.

Mayor's Roundtable

Established in 1984, the Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable provides a forum for networking with neighborhoods, City government, and other concerned organizations, through:

  • Direct, formal and informal, discussions between the Mayor, City staff, and neighborhood leaders,
  • Exchange of ideas concerning city-wide issues and development processes, and
  • Shared information and support among the neighborhood associations themselves.

Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month
County/City Building, 555 South 10th Street
Mayor's Conference Room
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Past Agendas & Summaries


How to Manual

Advice on starting and maintaining a neighborhood association, with details specific to Lincoln, Nebraska.


An excellent resource for tracking crime in your neighborhood. At, you can sign up to receive email alerts when something happens close to your address. You can set different distances & crime types based on what you want.


Nebraska RentWise is a program to help renters obtain and keep rental housing and to be successful renters through education.