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 revealed to regenerate central Lincoln
Can you hold your nerve? Spend the night in the Guildhall.
Changes to waste collections over Christmas and New Year.
Around 140,000 burial and cremation records dating back more than 150 years are available to view online.
People invited to give their views on unprecedented ‘legal highs’ ban.
A new code of conduct for hackney carriage and private hire drivers has been adopted.
Hop on your sleigh - Lincoln Christmas Market opens this week!
A preferred bidder to secure the long-term future of The Lawn has been chosen.
Hundreds of people attended the St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice Tree of Life
Saying ‘hello’ encourages community spirit in Lincoln.
A man has been fined for persistently leaving his bins at the side of the road.
Festive treat lined up for talented competition winner.
Dozens of people gathered to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday.
More than 140 people responded to a consultation on the management of houses in multiple occupation.
Let us know what you think and help shape council services.
Voluntary Centre Services (VCS) is one of the organisations celebrating World Hello Day.
The city council has £194,000 to give out.
Winter is on its way and the council’s Neighbourhood North team is urging people to be prepared.
Communities invited to have their say on HMOs
Lincoln is now officially twinned with Nanchang, in China.
Dog owners can get their pets microchipped for free on October 28.
Organisations across Lincoln prepare to mark international day of greeting
Great news for Lincoln pedestrians as work starts on footbridge.
The document setting out future housing, jobs, shops and schools up to 2036 has been backed by City of Lincoln Council.
Please make sure your bin is put out by 7am on your collection day.
The council has cautiously welcomed the news Burton Road Surgery will remain open.
Residents are being invited to get to know their neighbours during a series of events.
‘Say no to high cost borrowing’ campaign launched.
Councillors have welcomed the news that thousands of rail passengers will benefit.
Could you save money on your gas and electricity bills?
There will be some changes to bin collection days from Monday, October 6.
Try exercise clases for free during National Fitness Day (Sept 26).
Take a free guided tour of Lincoln’s Guildhall
Local media have shown considerable interest in our car parking strategy and delivery plan.
Information regarding Andrew Taylor and arrangements in his absence.
A Christmas campaign will put the spotlight on high interest borrowing
Residents celebrate Derek Miller Court project completion.
The first property has been let under a new initiative launched by the city council.
Lincoln’s visitor economy grew 10 per cent between 2012 and 2013.
Great Mayoral Bake Off raises hundreds of pounds for local charities.
Volunteers join forces to fight fly tipping.
Council forced to crack down on waste as fly tipping increases.
A cheque with money raised from the last civic year has been presented to the MNDA.
Soil and water samples collected at two former landfill sites are now being tested.
Two Lincoln parks have received prestigious Green Flag awards.
Signs are being put up to remind partygoers to keep the noise down.
City of Lincoln Council is undertaking a review of its polling stations.
Ahoy! Pirates will be hunting for treasure at Hartsholme Country Park.
Be part of the Christmas magic - festive buskers wanted.
Partnership helps Lincoln-based charity set up its first office.
An ambitious plan for the next 20 years has been launched.
A council-run scheme has helped 44 people buy their first home.
Candle in the window to mark First World War centenary.
Twenty new council homes planned in Birchwood
Money totalling £30,000 has been awarded to the Castleline Rail Project.
Call for residents to get involved in litter collection in Birchwood.
Share the love for your local parks from July 25 to August 3
A new kitchen in Lincoln Central Market offers free healthy cooking courses.
New £1.2 million cemetery opens in Lincoln.
A resident who repeatedly left her bins out has been given a conditional discharge.
Dog owners can get a free health MOT for their pets at a series of checks this summer.
New powers to tackle anti-social behaviour will be in the spotlight.
Plans for a skate park at Hobblers Hole withdrawn.
New energy-efficient council homes ready for first tenants
Age UK join Walking for Health scheme.
Roadshow event to mark launch of DASH accreditation scheme in Lincoln.
Tackling high interest lending will form the next phase of a city council review.
Garden to commemorate the First World War centenary.
Applications for stalls at Lincoln Christmas Market 2014 are now open!
A community centre in Lincoln could benefit from investment of around £1 million.
The Mayor of Lincoln will be holding a Charity Garden Party.
City Council Leader Ric Metcalfe has backed the call for employers to pay the Living Wage.
The council is considering closing the public toilets at St Peter at Arches.
Under the Retail Relief Scheme some businesses could see a substantial reduction in their rates.
£15 million investment to build 150 council homes
The work taking place to help people struggling financially gets national recognition.
The Executive has been asked to agree an increase in fees for stallholders at Lincoln Christmas Market 2014.
Two disused urinal blocks could be demolished and grass areas put in place instead.
A document which shapes growth in Lincoln will go before the Executive Committee.
Cllr Brent Charlesworth hopes to continue work to bring communities together
There’s still time to sign up for the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme.
Tougher sentences for owners of dangerous dogs.
Festive buskers wanted for Lincoln Christmas Market.
Councillor Brent Charlesworth will be sworn in as the 808th Mayor of Lincoln.
Work being carried out to address the impact of poverty has been shortlisted for a national award.
All the results from the local election held on May 22, 2014.
More than £60,000 is available for community groups working in three wards of Lincoln.
Dog owners can get their pets microchipped for free in a special event.
Funding agreed for scheme to provide greener energy to 130 households.
Activ8 Lincoln Led Walks has been officially recognised for its local walking scheme.
A former council apprentice will be screening his first short film in Lincoln this weekend.
Over 140 people took the opportunity to respond to a consultation on the management of houses in multiple occupation.
Paralympian Jade Etherington will join the Mayor of Lincoln and a competition winner to turn on this year’s Christmas lights.
New service year for garden waste collections
£250,000 boost for community sport in Lincoln
With effect from June 10 this year the way people register to vote is changing.
Restoration project is complete
Mayor of Lincoln’s flash mob raises more than £200 for charity
Local and European elections are taking place in Lincoln on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
Lincoln joins global walks in aid of cancer charities.
Take a walk with nature at Hartsholme Country Park in a series of free guided walks.
The Mayor of Lincoln awarded the honours during investiture ceremony.
RAF Waddington will be parading to mark the 55th anniversary of being granted the Freedom of the City.
Parking staff from the councill will feature in a prime time BBC documentary.
Lucy Tower Car Park has fully reopened.
Retiring councillors presented with certificates.
One of Lincoln’s most highly-prized organisations has been honoured with a top award.
People are getting a top class service from the Housing Service Team, which has been awarded the Customer Service Excellence Award.
Lincolnshire Energy Switch is back!
A plan has been put in place to help people struggling to make ends meet.
Residents can now renew or join the garden waste collection service
Thinking about building an extension or converting your garage?
An open session for people interested in becoming a councillor is taking place.
More than £1,750 raised for the Motor Neurone Disease Association
Do you enjoy walking and meeting new people?
Get involved this Easter at Hartsholme Country Park
A new mandatory condition comes into force on Sunday, April 6.
Motorists could save money if they pay for their parking by phone.
The Mayor of Lincoln’s sponsored skydive draws ever closer.
Building control fees will be changing from April 1.
Council tenants in Birchwood can get rid of rubbish from their gardens.
Work continues to bring empty homes back into use.
Business leaders have put forward their ideas on future growth.
Parking Services has been commended following a ‘mystery shopper’ style review.
The Lawn - one of Lincoln’s most iconic properties - is back up for sale.
Look out for ‘Darth Maul’ running the Lincoln 10k - complete with light saber.
There’s still time to make a nomination for The Silver Arrow Award.
A house swap scheme could help tenants affected by welfare reform.
Join the park rangers for a historic walk on March 21.
Work on a further five council homes is progressing well.
Young people have joined forces to promote the benefits of a smoke-free lifestyle.
Last chance to sign up for 18th Lincoln 10k
Road reopens ahead of schedule
White Bridge is open
All council homes in Lincoln will be fitted by March 2018.
A 1.8 per cent rise in council tax has been agreed by councillors.
The price of parking is set to be frozen for the next financial year.
Find out more about apprenticeships at event in the Cornhill.
The first Lincoln Poverty Conference is deemed a success.
Parking team shortlisted for national awards
The ‘Rockapes’ are raising funds for a colleague’s child.
Could your community project benefit from a grant?
Children can make their own bird feeder at Hartsholme Country Park
The sky is the limit at Hartsholme Country Park this half-term.
Campaign to remind people to be quiet when returning home from a night out.
Residents thanked for improving recycling in the city.
The Mayor of Lincoln will be reaching new heights - quite literally - this year.
The restoration of one of Lincoln’s most iconic landmarks is set to continue.
The council’s Executive Committee has put forward budget proposals for 2014-15.
Plans for a new skate park are continuing to move forward.
Food safety in Lincoln has been ranked highly in an investigation carried out by ‘Which?’
Residents were able to meet their new neighbours at an event designed to dispel misconceptions about Islam.
Selling a bread roll with a metal screw in it has cost a bakery more than £11,000.
Lucy Tower Street car park will be closed overnight while final repair work is carried out.
A shadow minister has praised work being carried out to bring communities together.
An important community resource has been awarded a £20,000 loan from the council.
Lincoln’s oorest residents will continue to be protected from cuts to council tax support.
A new campaign has been launched.
The new strategy sets out a vision to provide an effective, trusted, and consistent service.
Lincolnshire Energy Switch - an initiative to help people save money on their energy bills
The key to a successful future for Lincoln is partners working together.
The annual Australian Breakfast will not be taking place this year.
Families will be put through their paces in a free fitness course.
People struggling to pay their rent are being encouraged to apply for help.
Entries have opened for the 18th Lincoln Active Nation 10k
An electricity powered van has been added to the city council’s fleet.
Plans to bring in charges for green waste collections have taken a step closer to being introduced after they were approved by councillors last night.
Work is in the final stages on a new £1.2m cemetery that could meet Lincoln’s burial needs for the next 50-years.
Vital works are set to be carried out on Newport Arch this summer to help secure the future of the iconic landmark.
Following on from the success of the recent Lucy Tower Hour, the leader of the City of Lincoln Council is preparing to answer your online questions for a second time.
Plans to charge for green waste collections will go before councillors on Monday, May 13.
Five new council houses have taken a step closer to being built after being granted conditional planning permission.
A celebration of engineering’s key role in Lincoln’s past, present and future will be the focus of a major event in the city planned for the Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
Recycling has become a keen part of daily life for the residents of Lincoln with many taking their brown bin duties very seriously.
A simple, yet potentially life-saving, new scheme is being rolled out to help Lincoln’s most vulnerable residents.
A rare sighting of an adder has been confirmed in the Swanholme Lakes area on the outskirts of the city.
Major changes are being drawn up for how landowners and developers contribute to infrastructure improvements such as Lincoln’s Eastern Bypass.
Final funding has been approved for new temporary accommodation and treatment centre for the city’s rough sleepers.
Thornbridge car park will reopen for use on Wednesday 24 April.
A bid to bring communities together and make Lincoln a better place for everyone to live in has been given the backing of city councillors.
A 50-year career dedicated to supporting tenants in Lincoln will come to an end for the City Council’s longest serving employee on Friday.
Thousands more young people in Lincolnshire are to benefit from the sporting legacy after Sport England announced an extra £24 million to expand and extend its successful Sportivate programme.
Three new parking tariffs have been launched to help encourage people into the city.
A helping hand is needed for a special 10k runner.
View our current fees and charges here.
Help is at hand to cover rent ahead of welfare changes
The unexpected cold weather last week has caused a delay to the essential works on Thornbridge Car Park.
Savings totalling nearly £1 million have been agreed by City of Lincoln Councillors.
A new information campaign is being launched in a bid to clean up Lincoln’s waste recycling.
Contractors will be at Lucy Tower Car Park this week ahead of its closure on Monday.
Lincoln’s cultural scene is poised to sparkle and create more unique opportunities for aspiring performers thanks to Lincoln BIG’s success in winning a superboost of £77,900.
The proposed Lincoln Skate Park is set for a new home.
Eye catching new signs will help promote a calendar of events for visitors entering the city by one of its main access routes.
Question session with Council’s Leader Ric Metcalfe on the Lucy Tower car park closure.
Lucy Tower car park will close later this month for the second phase of a £1.4 million maintenance programme, protecting its future for years to come.
Take a step through time at a history walk through Hartsholme Country Park.
Fans of the iconic VW Camper Van are promised a nostalgia-packed day out in Lincoln next month.
Lincoln BIG has announced that £5,000 is still available to fund a project aimed at making Lincoln city centre safer and more welcoming for visitors and residents.
Applications are open for people wanting to have a FREE stall at this year’s Active Nation Lincoln 10k Road Race.
Residents are being reminded to get their bins out by 7am after earlier collections were scheduled to help deal with the city’s roadworks.
A popular Lincoln city centre car park will close for up to five weeks as essential maintenance works are carried out.
Read more about the council’s budget proposals for 2013-2018.
The City of Lincoln Council has revealed plans to make £1 million of savings from its budget over the next 12 months.
Please read the FAQ’s to answer all of your questions about the budgets cuts.
You have heard of the Hotel Inspectors, now meet the Tenant Inspectors.
There is still time to have your say on the future of Lincoln.
A feast of sausages, bacon and eggs is set to be whipped up for the 22nd annual Great Australian Breakfast.
Designs have been revealed for the planned bridge replacement at Hartsholme Country Park.
Ladies in Lincoln are being encouraged to start the new year by joining a basketball coaching session.
If you have pledged to spend more time outdoors in the new year, why not kick off your resolution at Hartsholme Country Park?
Young dancers have battled it out to be crowned 2012’s Dance Factor champions - with Misstery eventually taking the trophy.
Put your best foot forward in 2013 by signing up to the 17th annual Active Nation 10k Road Race.
First time buyers are being given a helping hand to get on to the property ladder after signing up to a £1 million council-run scheme.
Car owners who received parking tickets during the Christmas Market are being invited to appeal them.
A food vendor at the 2011 Lincoln Christmas Market has been ordered to pay £2,215 after admitting breaching hygiene regulations.
Five families from Lincoln have been given an early Christmas gift this year - keys to their new council homes.
Lincoln’s economy is set for a £25 million boost after the local council invested cash to create jobs, offer apprenticeships, improve tenant living conditions and build community projects.
Generous Christmas shoppers donated almost £1,500 to St Barnabas Hospice over the Christmas Market weekend.
Additional security measures are being installed at a number of vacant council-owned homes following a spate of burglaries.
Forget Diversity and Flawless - Dance Factor 6 is strictly where the talent is at.
A unique dance act will put a foot stomping spring in the step of the official opening of this year’s Lincoln Christmas Market.
Skaters are being invited to have their say on the latest design of the proposed Lincoln Skate Plaza.
Help is at hand at this year’s Christmas Market, with a new scheme to ensure families stick together.
The City of Lincoln Council has begun to lift water restrictions at a sheltered accommodation block in Lincoln.
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.
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