More than 6,000 leaflets were sent out as part of a three-month campaign to highlight where people can get money, budgeting, benefits and debt advice.
Join the rangers at Hartsholme Country Park for some fun, family events during February half-term.
More control over the location and density of housing in multiple occupation (HMOs) in the city.
We welcome your views on the budget proposals for 2016/17. Your responses will help inform the decisions that are made in March.
The Mayor will be hosting a whisky-tasting evening next month.
Remains of 23 skeletons have been discovered in a city excavation.
Support your local independents.
We are proposing an accreditation scheme for private rented housing.
Six-week consultation period on draft document ends.
Still time to take part in consultation to improve our city centre
Lincoln’s CCTV system could undergo a major upgrade.
Activities have been planned for this year’s World Hello Day celebrations.
New online payment system for parking.
A torchlight procession is being held on Tuesday, November 24.
Lincoln’s festive celebrations will get under way on November 19.
Roll up, roll up - the Netherlands National Circus is at the South Common.
Views are being sought on options for next year’s Council Tax Support Scheme.
Sixty volunteers have been given an Abbey Heroes Award.
Tickets are on sale for charity event.
Planning committee to consider proposals for Lincoln Transport Hub.
Get snapping for the Mayor’s Christmas card
A scheduled monument in Lincoln could become a centre for community activities.
Ric Metcalfe will be talking about the Living Wage at a business conference.
A Closure Order has been served on a flat following reports of persistent anti-social behaviour.
Trick or Treat? Spooky happenings at Hartsholme Country Park.
The Guildhall will open its doors this week to mark Lincolnshire Day.
Sites that could help to create jobs and bring investment have been identified in the draft Local Plan.
City Hall’s opening hours will change in December.
One of the top priorities for households ahead of the cold weather is ensuring energy bills are as low as possible - giving us more cash to enjoy when winter is over!
Preparations are underway to mark 20 years of supporting young people into work through apprenticeships.
Skateboards, scooters and BMX bikes at the ready - SK8JAM will return to the Backies this weekend.
Building and construction industry brought together at network seminar.
Keep your home safe with Gas Safety Week tips.
The Property Shop reception will be moving as works continue at City Hall.
Consultation has opened today (September 14) on the proposed criteria that would be used to decide planning applications for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs).
Lincoln September Fair has been visiting the city for more than seven decades and is back this week.
The next round of consultation will start in October.
Find out about the activities on offer in a series of events running in the north of the city.
Don’t forget to return your Household Enquiry Form to make sure your vote counts.
Work is continuing at Yarborough Leisure Centre.
Proposal to rename community centre in honour of former councillor.
UCan be prepared for benefit changes.
One of Lincoln’s most popular parks will celebrate Magna Carta with a feudal-themed event.
A woman who repeatedly obstructed the pavement has been ordered to pay £740.
The city’s visitor economy has grown five per cent between 2013 and 2014.
The swimming pool at Yarborough Leisure Centre has re-opened.
A project to encourage people to stop smoking has won a national award.
A Lincoln man has been ordered to pay £570.
Hartsholme Country Park’s Family Fun Day will return this weekend.
Julie Lea will proudly lose her hair to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Caroline Bird reached new heights to raise money for Boultham Park Restoration Project.
The Lincolnshire Energy Switch is back - so now you could also make huge savings on your annual gas and electricity bill.
Pavilion on the West Common updated with a £200,000 investment.
A local gardening competition recognises hard work of green fingered residents.
Looking for something to do this summer holiday?
Two of Lincoln’s most popular parks will retain Green Flag status.
The council is looking into a number of options to provide more affordable housing.
The Grade I listed Greyfriars building in Lincoln city centre could be sold to ensure its future.
If you go down to the woods this summer you’re in for a big surprise!
Private landlords are being urged to prepare for Universal Credit
An allotment site in the city will be looked at by the Executive.
Are you entitled to discounts on your council tax?
Do you want to have your say on council services?
Angela Andrews has been appointed as Chief Executive at City of Lincoln Council
Window stickers showing businesses pay the Living Wage are going up around the city
Aloha! Put your best foot forward this summer
A joint response has been issued following recent terror attacks.
First-time buyers will be given free advice at a drop-in session this week.
A City of Lincoln Council officer has decided to sign up to take part in Brave the Shave for Macmillan.
Residents reminded not to leave sharp objects in recycling.
The Mayor of Lincoln’s Teddy Bears’ Picnic returns to promote first aid.
Residents who signed up for the latest round of the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme (LESS) can save an average of £220.85 on their energy bills.
Follow the 2015 Lincoln Barons’ Charter Trail in a series of special events.
Join our Audit Committee to give your views.
Caroline Bird will take to the sky to raise money for the Boultham Park Restoration Project.
A plan of how the city centre would be evacuated in an emergency has been devised.
Commemorative paving stones for two Lincoln men unveiled.
Work helping to alleviate effects of poverty wins awards.
Residents are being encouraged to get involved in their community.
One of Lincoln’s most popular parks will join the Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebrations.
Lincoln man prosecuted after allowing his dog to foul in the street.
A competition to win an iPad closes at the end of this month.
Even the wet weather couldn’t dampen the smiles as a new community garden opened.
A disused area of land has been transformed into a community garden.
First bricks laid in Birchwood bungalow scheme.
A man has been ordered to pay nearly £600 after repeatedly leaving his bins out.
A man with a long record of anti-social behaviour has been ordered to pay a total of £480.
Councillor Andrew Kerry today became the 809th Mayor of Lincoln.
Extra services and quicker journeys with the new Castle Line timetable
The Red Arrows receive Lincoln’s top honour.
Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebrations will feature Baron Mayor.
Find out more about activities taking place at two of Lincoln’s most popular parks.
Make sure you let the council know if your circumstances change.
The Private Landlord Scheme has gone from strength to strength.
Money advice campaign on excellence shortlist
A programme of repair works to Broadgate car park will get under way on Monday, April 20.
Find out when City Hall is open to residents and visitors.
Hartsholme Country Park is inviting you and your little ones to get involved in a series of Easter activities this half-term.
Pedal power will be needed as the Mayor of Lincoln ends his fundraising year.
Does your business have continuity plans?
Apprentices organised an open day to celebrate.
Partners created a wildlife haven for pupils at Monks Abbey School.
Celebration of Lincoln’s engineering past, present and future.
Outdoor activities at Hartsholme Country Park.
The council has welcomed news Burton Road Surgery will remain open for another five years.
Andrew Taylor will retire as Chief Executive of the council on Friday, March 6.
People who pay council tax by direct debit will be entered into draw to win an iPad.
New designs for park restoration go on show.
Maintenance works to Broadgate car park will start in April if funding is approved.
A new public sector hub will be created when the DWP move into City Hall.
A briefing will be held for prospective candidates and election agents.
Now’s the time to brighten up your wardrobe as tickets have gone on sale for the Mayor of Lincoln’s Charity Fashion Show.
More than 5,000 leaflets and 1,000 posters have been seen around the city in the four-month ‘Say No To High Cost Borrowing’ campaign.
Make a date with nature in a series of outdoor activities at two of Lincoln’s most popular parks.
Council Tax Support scheme will continue to support Lincoln’s poorest residents.
A woman whose drunken anti-social behaviour caused a persistent nuisance to residents in Lincoln has been given an ASBO.
Community leaders have condemned the terrorist attacks in France.
Ambitious plan to regenerate central Lincoln.
The document setting out future housing, jobs, shops and schools up to 2036 has been backed by City of Lincoln Council.
New £1.2 million cemetery opens in Lincoln.
A community centre in Lincoln could benefit from investment of around £1 million.
£15 million investment to build 150 council homes
Feedback from the latest round of consultation on the Further Draft Local Plan will now go before councillors.
Works to repair Broadgate car park have been completed ahead of schedule and the facility is now fully re-open.
Proposed closure of St Peter’s Passage
The new service year for Garden Waste Collections is now under way.
Be part of the Christmas magic - stall applications open for Lincoln Christmas Market 2015!
Plans for ‘much needed’ transport hub move a step closer.
Two elections took place in Lincoln on Thursday, May 7.
Residents can now sign-up for the new garden waste collection service year.
Make your vote count - time running out to register
Take advantage of parking offers over the upcoming bank holidays.
Sign-up for savings on your annual gas and electricity bill
A former council apprentice will be screening his first short film in Lincoln this weekend.
Please read the FAQ’s to answer all of your questions about the budgets cuts.
Branch out your Christmas celebrations this year by taking part in a festive tree decorating day.
Yarborough Leisure Centre and Lincoln Castle Academy have been announced as the host venues for Lincolnshire’s Summer Sainsbury’s School Games next year.
Letters have been issued over the past week or so to City of Lincoln Council’s working age council tenants currently getting Housing Benefit to let them know about the forthcoming ‘bedroom tax’.
Issued on behalf of Lincolnshire Sports Partnership
People with mobility problems are being encouraged to try a new yoga class in Lincoln.
The University of Lincoln has been confirmed as the main sponsor of Lincoln’s 58th annual grand prix cycle race.
Finding the perfect mix for festive celebrations is an annual challenge for organisers in homes, offices, towns and cities the world over.
More than 760 young people took part in Olympic themed summer holiday activities in Lincoln this year.
The white bridge at Hartsholme Country Park will be removed in the week starting 10th September after constant trespassing following its closure last month.
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