The City Council is the legislative branch of Lincoln’s city government. The Council works with the Mayor to provide governmental oversight of the city. The present mayor and council is composed of businessmen, a teacher, retired goverment employee, and retired steel worker.
Working as a team to accomplish goals is a predominant characteristic of the present council. Together with the mayor they work for the best outcome in city issues. During their present term, there has been improvement in all city services, an increase of business, and have made Lincoln a better place to live and work.
The Council is made up of five members and the mayor, with elections occurring every four years.
Regular City Council meetings are scheduled at 5:00 PM every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Citizens and other interested parties are encouraged to attend. Citizens are permitted to address the council by calling the city clerk and asking to be placed on the agenda. Business activites concerning the city are best handled with the city departments.
To be Placed on the Agenda
To be placed on the Council Meeting Agenda call the City Clerk’s Office at (205) 763-4001 or send a request via Email to email@example.com. If you choose to request by Email please keep in mind that you are not on the agenda until you receive a confirmation. Please submit a telephone number with your request.
Archived minutes from previous council meetings are not presently available on the web but will be in the future.
If you need a copy of Council Minutes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org