A disused area of land has been transformed into a community garden.
First bricks laid in Birchwood bungalow scheme.
Plans for ‘much needed’ transport hub move a step closer.
A man with a long record of anti-social behaviour has been ordered to pay a total of £480.
A man has been ordered to pay nearly £600 after repeatedly leaving his bins out.
Councillor Andrew Kerry today became the 809th Mayor of Lincoln.
The Red Arrows receive Lincoln’s top honour.
Extra services and quicker journeys with the new Castle Line timetable
Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebrations will feature Baron Mayor.
Residents can now sign-up for the new garden waste collection service year.
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.
Outdoor activities at Hartsholme Country Park.
Celebration of Lincoln’s engineering past, present and future.
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.
Have a say on budget proposals.
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.
City of Lincoln Council is undertaking a review of its polling stations.
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
Two elections took place in Lincoln on Thursday, May 7.
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
Join our Audit Committee to give your views.
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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