City of Lincoln Council Covid-19 response
In the weeks since measures were introduced in the UK to prevent the spread of coronavirus, City of Lincoln Council has changed the way we work and deliver our services to help those most in need.
Elderly brothers reunited thanks to City of Lincoln Council elections team
Thanks to the council's elections team, two elderly brothers were reunited after losing touch.
Government’s financial response to Covid-19 could be catastrophic for Lincoln
City of Lincoln Council has declared that the financial package given by government to local authorities to help them deal with the impact of coronavirus could be catastrophic for the city.
Coronavirus helpline expanding to meet demand
A community helpline service has been created in response to the UK’s Covid-19 pandemic and is opening an additional phone line to help the most vulnerable in the community.
Lincoln City COVID-19 Crisis Fund launches to support local charities and community groups
City of Lincoln Council in partnership with the Lincolnshire Community Foundation has created a Coronavirus Crisis Fund to provide financial assistance to local charities and community groups.
More than £27m awarded to local businesses through business rates relief scheme
City of Lincoln Council has awarded more than £27 million to local businesses through its business rates relief scheme.
Covid-19 Community Help Map
An interactive digital map has been created by City of Lincoln Council to show community help resources for those self-isolating across the city.
Foodbank Easter Hours
Local foodbanks and City of Lincoln Council are urging those in need of food parcels to get in touch ahead of reduced Easter opening hours.
Free parking for critical NHS staff at council car parks
City of Lincoln Council is offering free parking to NHS staff and volunteers to support them through the coronavirus pandemic.
City of Lincoln Council striving to keep important basic services operating
City of Lincoln Council is striving to keep important basic services operating through this difficult period, to ensure the city remains a good place to live, work, visit and invest in after lockdown.